Assass1nate by Olympus Labs
Unleash A Stealth Attack On Your Body Fat!
Ambush your body fat from covert angles with Assass1nate!
Assass1nate is a non-stimulant fat burner that helps to reduce your appetite, prevent the storage of new body fat, and stimulates your metabolism.
But this fat burner also has a secret weapon...
Assass1nate doubles as a glucose disposal agent meaning it helps you to utilize your food as fuel instead of storing it as fat, especially your carbs. So make sure to take it with your largest meals!
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Key Benefits of Assass1nate:
- Contains No Stimulants*
- Helps Improve Insulin Resistance*
- Helps Reduce Carbs Being Stored As Fat*
- Helps Prevent Body Fat Gain*
- Helps Improve Fat Loss*
- Helps Decrease Visceral Body Fat*
- Helps Stimulate Metabolism*
- Helps Reduce Appetite*
Key Ingredients of Assass1nate:
Dihydromyricetin: This ingredient has been found to help stimulate fatty acid oxidation and glucose uptake. In fact, several studies have confirmed that Dihydromyricetin regulates glucose metabolism and improves skeletal muscle insulin resistance.
Trans-Tiliroside: This ingredient helps to inhibit body weight gain and helps to decrease visceral body fat via enhancement of fatty acid oxidation in the liver and skeletal muscle.
Carnosic Acid: Helps to stimulate energy metabolism, inhibit fat gain and can stimulate glucose uptake in skeletal muscle tissue making it ideal to be consumed with meals.
Olive Leaf Extract: This ingredient is a component of an ancient leaning formula which was shown to increase rat brown adipose tissue. Olive leaf I has been shown to also increase UCP-1. UCP-1 is a protein allows the energy from food to be released as heat instead of stored as energy.
Orthosiphon Stamineus: Orthosiphon Stamineus has been found to reduce appetite and visceral fat mass.
Lutein: Has been found to increase carnitine palmitoyltransferase 1 (CPT-1) thus stimulating energy metabolism.
Oleoylethanolamide: Oleoylethanolamide (OEA) is a lipid that is naturally occurring in the intestines of the human body that regulates appetite. When you eat, OEA levels increase and ultimately produces a feeling of satiety. However, when your caloric intake is reduced, especially when dieting, your OEA levels may not reach the levels necessary to satisfy your appetite.