Yamamoto® Nutrition Ai-BURN® HARDCORE is a dietary supplement as an adjunct of diets to control and weight reduction.
In fact the plant extracts present in the product favoring the balance of body weight (Coleus, Mate) and stimulation of the metabolism (chilli), in particular that of lipids (Bitter Orange) and carbohydrates (Ginseng).
The extract of green tea also plays a tonic function to counteract the physical and mental fatigue.
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The name “fat burner” given to supplements refers to products that can increase fat metabolism or energy expenditure, leading to their use for energy purposes in physical training, and promoting a consequent weight reduction. Many supplements have appeared in this context, with varying levels of proven effectiveness; we can find products containing mixtures of elements with dubious (or sometimes harmful) properties, to others with completely the wrong percentage of active elements to be effective. This has frequently “damaged” the image of thermogenic fat burners, leading to them sometimes being considered ineffective, a waste of money or even harmful to health. It is up to the consumer to work out which one to choose. Yamamoto Nutrition, prioritising as always the true effectiveness and safety of the elements it uses, has created AI BURN HARDCORE. An “enhanced” formula of its predecessor AI BURN, which allows maximum efficiency for increased thermogenesis and disposal of fatty acids. AI BURN Hardcore achieves its goal in various ways which characterise these multiple mechanisms, thanks to the synergistic combination of various elements from truly effective plant phyto-extracts. These have a team of “optimal” active ingredients all in one place, which support fundamental nutrition aimed at weight loss. In this supplement there is an “ensemble” of plant-based elements with proven value, such as:
Caffeine: the best-known active ingredient in coffee, tea, guarana and many other compounds, which has positive effects on athletic performance in terms of resistance and tolerance to pain and fatigue, giving an extra boost to concentration.
Caffeine is absorbed by the intestine and goes to work on the nervous system, the cardiovascular system and the adipose tissue. In the nervous system, it acts on an area of the hypothalamus that regulates body temperature (promoting thermogenesis) and, by moderately increasing this temperature, especially during exertion, it uses up more fat. It acts on the adrenal gland, both directly and through the action of the central nervous system, freeing catecholamines which, in addition to increasing physical performance, increase the release of fatty acids as fuel.
Guarana, an excellent source of caffeine, is a Brazilian plant native to the Amazon region, and in recent years has become known due to its widespread consumption via drinks, extracts and supplements, thanks to its energy properties. From guarana we get the seeds, which are chemically constituted of caffeine, theophylline and theobromine, three natural alkaloids that have a stimulating effect on the central nervous system. Through this stimulation mechanism, guarana, just like caffeine, can improve reactivity and attention, affect mood by reducing tiredness and fatigue, and suppress feelings of hunger, thereby helping with weight loss. Precisely because of its caffeine content, or rather a large quantity of guaranine (analogous to caffeine), it can also promote the release of catecholamines and stimulate metabolism. Therefore, as well as supporting the body as an energising stimulant, it promotes metabolic acceleration that aids fluid drainage and the use of fatty acids.
Green coffee: contains many antioxidants, the most abundant and well-known being chlorogenic acid, a powerful natural antioxidant that can protect us from the effects of toxic substances and mutagens. Green coffee’s most notable feature in the context of this supplement is undoubtedly its help with weight loss, since it has a “fat burning” effect, promoting the use of fats as “fuel” to produce energy. In addition to its tonic and slimming effects, green coffee has several other beneficial properties that make it very useful in a weight loss context. In fact, it is also useful for increasing performance in training, reducing tiredness and fatigue, having a cardiotonic effect, promoting digestion and also encouraging diuresis and drainage of body fluids. This type of coffee’s main characteristic is the percentage of caffeine, which is lower in green coffee than in roasted coffee blends, since in the raw beans the caffeine (or 1,3,7-trimethylxanthine) is linked to chlorogenic acid, forming caffeine chlorogenate. This also involves different absorption by the human body, which takes much longer to metabolise caffeine, but can also benefit from its effects for longer. With regards to weight loss regimes, it is useful to know that the most important scientific discovery about green coffee is chlorogenic acid’s ability to intervene in regulating blood glucose levels, with specific effects on the reactions of gluconeogenesis and hepatic glycogenolysis. Pharmacological studies have shown that chlorogenic acid is an inhibitor of glucose-6-phosphatase, an enzyme that plays a key role in blood glucose homeostasis. These results were then confirmed by in vivo studies showing that, thanks to this action mechanism, chlorogenic acid can reduce hepatic glycogenolysis (the conversion of glycogen to glucose in the liver) and glucose circulation. The blood glucose level therefore decreases and hepatic glucose-6-phosphatase and glycogen concentrations increase. The effect on sugar control in the body is amplified by a second mechanism: inhibiting its absorption, through a specific and direct intervention mechanism on the intestinal mucosa cells, causing a reduction in the circulation of sugars taken in with food.
Green tea: thanks to the polyphenols and high quantities of catechins it contains, it acts on the sympathetic nervous system, increasing thermogenesis and lipolysis. It also seems that green tea exerts a kind of inhibition on intestinal lipases, thereby reducing fat digestion and absorption. To be specific, green tea’s particular effect is due to the fact that it also contains a certain amount of caffeine which, together with catechins, can exert a thermogenic effect and that of theanine, an amino acid that limits the secretion of cortisol induced by caffeine.
Forskolin: acts as a fat burner and accelerates metabolism by stimulating production of a molecule called cyclic AMP (cAMP) that “helps” cellular communication. When an increase or decrease in cAMP is detected, it acts as a signal that causes our body to perform certain actions. One of the things cAMP does is make our cells increase an enzyme called “hormone-sensitive lipase” that works by burning fat. Coleus forskohlii has been studied above all for its effects on thyroid function. According to research, forskolin stimulates adenylate cyclase in thyroid membranes, an enzyme with regulatory function in all cells, including the production of ATP (for energy) and cAMP (which carries adrenaline signals), with the conclusion that forskolin may support an increase in thyroid metabolism.
Synephrine: a molecule found mainly in the unripe bitter orange “Citrus aurantium”, involved in weight loss and reducing feelings of hunger. Combined in synergy with caffeine, its stimulating and thermogenic effects are enhanced, as it is also able to accelerate metabolism and thereby allow greater fat oxidation. It works by releasing adrenaline with a reduction in appetite, fat reabsorption and an increase in energy expenditure, and in fact can also stimulate basal metabolism and thus increase energy consumption at rest.
Kola nut: this fruit is very rich in active ingredients, and in particular contains theobromine and other xanthines, so it is an excellent stimulant for the nervous system. Its actions can be compared to those of coffee, but with the advantage of having an effect that is less “abrupt” and instead very gradual. Kola nut has notable weight loss properties, having thermogenic and fat burning effects, and also inducing a greater sense of being full, which is highly advantageous in the stages of weight loss. In these stages, it also helps by reducing feelings of fatigue and assisting with muscular endurance.
Theobromine: a methylxanthine, a natural alkaloid present in cacao trees, whose derivatives came to light thanks to its various notable properties. It has a stimulating effect on the central nervous system, and possesses diuretic and vasodilatory properties. Theobromine is used as a vasodilator and hypotensor, as a diuretic and a cardiotonic, which fits well with this group of components as this substance is a phosphodiesterase inhibitor, thereby reducing deactivation of cAMP (phosphodiesterase is an enzyme that metabolises cAMP and makes it inactive. This substance works as a second intracellular messenger, responsible for hormone activity – and that of neurotransmitters and various metabolic systems. When cAMP inactivation is inhibited by a compound such as theobromine, the effects of the neurotransmitter or hormone that stimulates cAMP production are more prolonged.) and therefore has a stimulating effect, encouraging the stimulation of catecholamines with consequent effects on the release of fatty acids.
Mate: a substance with energy properties, found mainly in Argentina. The indigenous people used to drink mate from an empty dried pumpkin, through a straw that served as a filter. Mate contains a set of active substances, like caffeine, chlorogenic acid, theobromine and theophylline, which activate thermogenesis and the release of accumulated fatty acids. In particular, thanks to its caffeine content, it activates lipases, enzymes that break down fats and make them available for use. Thanks to theobromine, mate also reduces stress eating, and theophylline, on the other hand, increases urine production and enhances the draining and anti-cellulite activity of the mate-based beverage or supplement that contains it.
Capsaicin: a substancederived from chilli pepper, which has entered the limelight thanks in particular to studies that have shown how capsaicin and capsaicinoids can activate brown adipose tissue (BAT).Our body has two types of fat: white and brown. The former is used to produce energy, while the latter is used to generate heat through a process known as thermogenesis. These cells have receptors which have a high affinity with capsaicin. Brown adipose tissue burns excess fat to produce heat and, not by chance, increases its activity following exposure to cold (when it is necessary to produce heat) and hyperphagia (when it is necessary to dispose of excess calories from food). Exposure to low temperatures leads to activation of thermal receptors, which perceive the temperature by means of channel proteins belonging to the transient receptor potential (TRP) family, such as TRPM8 and TRPV1.Capsaicin and other capsaicinoids are powerful agonists of TRPV1 receptors, and can therefore activate brown adipose tissue, promoting the dissipation of excess fats through heat and inducing generalised activation of the sympathetic system, which in turn, through the release of noradrenaline, stimulates BAT activity.
Ginseng: the adaptogen derived from Panax ginseng is famously taken to improve memory and concentration, but also to increase physical endurance and prevent muscle damage from exercise. Useful to athletes for various reasons, ginseng has been shown to reduce athletes’ reaction times and improve psychomotor performance both during exercise and at rest, but can activate metabolism thanks to its effect on catecholamines. It has also emerged that ginseng extracts can reduce body weight because they can inhibit the enzymes for lipogenesis and cholesterogenesis.
The presence of L-Tyrosine, an amino acid that intervenes to create neurotransmitters like adrenaline, noradrenaline and dopamine, promotes the formation of thyroid hormones t3 and t4 and, along with other elements, helps with thermogenesis.