Yamamoto® Research Termoned® is a dietary supplement made from plant extracts (garcinia, bitter orange, coleus, guggul, white willow, guarana) and caffeine, with vitamins B1, B2, and B12.
It is suitable for adults and proposed as a low-calorie diet aid for weight management and reduction*.
Vitamin B1 contributes to normal heart function and, together with vitamins B2 and B12, to energy-yielding metabolism.
Caffeine helps to improve concentration and to increase alertness, and vitamins B2 and B12 contribute to the reducing fatigue.
We all know that eating well and healthily, assisted by regular physical activity, are key aspects of health in general and essential factors for those whose further goal is also to lose weight for aesthetic reasons. That said, sometimes even a proper diet and exercise may not be sufficient for achieving the results you seek, for breaking down those unsightly "strongholds" of fat that are difficult to eliminate. For this, numerous more or less effective "thermogenic" supplements have been developed and disseminated that affect an increase in metabolic performance, promoting the release and better use of deposited fatty acids. These supplements consist of a variety of herbal supplements and other natural ingredients such as those contained in "Termoned®", which contains an effective balanced blend of completely natural elements that will work together to help us burn more fat, thanks to a increased energy expenditure both during exercise and during rest, provided they are accompanied by a specific diet. Basically, the more energy spent = more calories burned, which sometimes results in loss of lean mass and consequent weight loss, but without believing that these supplements, while they are effective, work "miracles", allowing us to eat anything and in excessive quantities.
Yamamoto Research presents a very valid support in our search for a better physical form with "Termoned®", but always to be used as an adjuvant (never as a substitute) in low-calorie diets aimed at controlling and reducing weight.
Termoned® is based entirely on elements obtained from plant extracts such as:
- Garcinia cambogia: the peel of its fruit contains hydroxycitric acid (HCA) which blocks the synthesis of acetylchenzyme A, an enzyme regulator involved in biosynthesis and liquid storage, and which can reduce biosynthesis of body fats by 25%. Garcinia cambogia is known for its properties of reducing appetite and increasing metabolism, ensuring that even the already rooted fats we "wear" are burned more effectively and more quickly;
- Bitter orange as an extract in synephrine: the synephrine extracted from bitter orange is an alkaloid that works by releasing adrenaline, with the result of reducing appetite and increasing energy expenditure, thus helping our body burn more calories. In particular, it promotes the use of fatty acids (lipid metabolism) for converting them into energy.
- Coleus extract in forskolin: Coleus forskohlii is a plant that is widespread especially in India and Southeast Asia. The roots of this plant contain a compound called forskolin that has the ability to increase the speed with which fats are mobilised by fat cells so that they can be used by the human body for producing energy, and therefore capable of promoting slimming. All this comes from the fact that forskolin helps to increase the production of lipolytic hormones and enzymes, or body "fat-burners".
- Guggul as "guggulsterone extract": guggulsterones are sterols of plant origin extracted from the resin of a plant (Commiphora Mukul) originating in the deserts between Egypt, Turkey and Iran, but also present in India. The resin from which it was extracted was used in the treatment of various disorders, especially in the field of popular medicines such as ayuerveda in the field of the search for fat loss; the role of guggulsterones is due to support for a favourable ratio between T3 and T4, which translates into an incentive for the degradation of triglycerides into fatty acids and glycerol, thus giving rise to better fat reduction and higher energy levels in a hypothetical regimen with a moderate or low intake of carbohydrates , and bringing about an increase in the body's thermogenesis.
- White willow: the use of natural remedies based on willow is very ancient. In the past, many cultures used willow bark, not only for its pain-relieving and antipyretic properties, but also as a digestive tonic. White willow is still sometimes used for its aspirin-like effects, although the action is considered inferior and slower, and it has recently been considered as a "thermogenic" agent, on its own and in synergy with caffeine, often becoming a constant presence for many fat-burner supplements.
- Guarana: guarana (Paullinia cupana) is a spontaneous and evergreen climbing plant of the southern Amazonian forest, the seeds of which are rich in caffeine, a substance that, in practice, is the real factor in guarana's properties; widely exploited for a long time in the herbal field as a stimulant and fat-burner, guarana has a well-known tonifying-stimulating action that makes it suitable in states of both physical and mental fatigue. It is often considered as a botanical element with high fat-burner action insofar as it helps to increase metabolic efficiency, promoting the mobilisation and combustion of fats. It also has a draining effect.
- Caffeine: the well-known substance is a natural alkaloid present in different plants: first in coffee and then in others that are more or less known, such as tea, cocoa, guarana and yerba mate. This substance is considered primarily a psychostimulant that acts at mental level by increasing concentration and sense of alertness and vigilance; it is therefore a valuable aid in reducing the sense of fatigue and thus actually helps to improve our psychophysical performance. The effects of caffeine come from a stimulating effect on the central nervous system and cardiovascular system, on the release of catecholamines, on acid synthesis at gastric level and on the metabolism in general. And precisely because there is stimulation through the release of catecholamines (see adrenaline) which promotes an increase in the basal metabolism primarily, and through the direct lipolytic effect on adipose tissue that facilitates the mobilisation of fatty acids, thus acting on both the catabolism of fatty acids and on their oxidation.