No more jitters. No more heart palpitations. Safely cut hard to reach fat.
Lean Out increases
the utilization of stored fats for energy, sparing glycogen and amino acids. In
essence, Lean Out shifts your fuel source utilization toward fats,
leaving your amino acids and glycogen free to build muscle. If you want to
improve your Muscle-to-Fat Ratio, Lean Out supplementation is a
Take thermogenics to the next level. Thermogenics stimulate the central nervous system and cause an increase in body temperature resulting in more calories
burned. Lean Out makes sure that the right fuel is burned. Your stored fat!
Therapeutic strength for proven results:
L-Carnitine (600 mg): Maximizes the retention of muscle tissue while dieting. Helps convert stored fat into energy and keeps blood sugar levels stable.
Methionine (1000 mg): Speeds fat and cholesterol utilization, mobilizes fat from the liver to be released and used as energy.
Choline (1000 mg): A special emulsifying nutrient that helps break down cholesterol and prevents it from sticking to artery walls. Works with Inositol to utilize fats.
Inositol (1000 mg): Aids in fat transportation, metabolism, and redistribution of fat in the body
(200 mcg): Aids sugar metabolism, improves blood lipid profile, helps fat burning and muscle gains. Moderates insulin release
10 (10 mg): An important energy cycle catalyst, helps convert fats and sugar to energy in the cell. Protects the heart.
HCl (100 mg) B-12 (100 mcg) and Biotin (450 mcg).: Important co factors in the conversion of fats to energy
Convert stored fat into energy – Burn more fat – Hold more Muscle!
Benefit your cardio-vascular system and blood profile by using cholesterol and lipids for energy.
Process carbohydrates better (improve insulin
sensitivity and glucose utilization).
Summary:Lean Out mobilizes fat from storage (also helping to prevent fat from sticking to artery walls) and promotes your cells to burn it for energy. It also acts as a
tune up for the cell’s mitochondria (where all energy is made) helping to
prevent mitochondrial burnout, a major cause of metabolic aging.