HydraShred Black: Extreme Stimulant Fat Burner & Appetite Suppressant.
If you've ever looked at the mirror and immediately thought, “Today is the day”?
Do you find other fat burners on the market are lacking in efficacy or doses, or just not supplying enough energy to get you out of the diet funk?
Or are you tired of fat burners wearing you down and leaving you reeling from a massive caffeine crash?
If you just haven't found the solution to your motivation and "energy crisis", then we have good news for you: today is the day.
Because today, Sparta Nutrition is proud to present to you HydraShred Black. This is sister product to our top-selling fat burner, HydraShred, except for one thing: more energy and more mood and motivation enhancement. They may be similar, but HyperShred Black brings that edge to the table.
Why We Are Different
Provide Sustained & Potent Energy Boosters.
Caffeine and stimulants help boost energy expenditure, which can help the fat melt off. We wanted HydraShred Black to include caffeine and safe stimulants. However, the Sparta Nutrition Black zips it up a bit more, so if the normal HydraShred didn't have enough pop, then wait until you see what we have below.
Accelerate Weight Loss Safely.
Just like with HydraShred, we demanded that HydraShred Black speed up fat loss. When we looked at the competition, the amount of products out there that did literally nothing absolutely disgusted us. We designed HydraShred Black to shock you with the results.
Support Healthy Blood Sugar Levels.
Glucose disposal agents, or GDAs, are the name of the health supplement game in 2018. Thankfully, we included some fantastic ingredients to keep blood sugar levels in check.
Weight loss comes down to calories in and calories out. The stimulants help with some appetite suppression and energy expenditure, but they aren’t the only piece of the puzzle. To account for this, the rest of the ingredients in HyperShred Black will help shut down your appetite. You may accidentally become an intermittent faster. Don’t forget to eat!
Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALCAR) is the best form of carnitine to use for cognitive benefits, as it can cross the blood-brain barrier. We threw it into HyrdraShred Black to combat the awful “diet brain” you may experience on lower calories. ALCAR may assist your cognition and memory retrieval.
L-Carnitine helps with fatty acid transport, which every dieter will need. Supplementally, it works best for those who don't eat much red meat or are older in age.
Caffeine Anhydrous and DiCaffeine Malate
Caffeine is one of the most well-studied fat burners around. When supplemented properly, caffeine may assist dieters by suppressing appetite and increasing overall metabolic rate.[2,3] We also included a second form of caffeine via Dicaffeine Malate. This type of caffeine has a longer half-life since it takes longer to break down, and should smooth out the energy curve you get from HydraShred Black, making it last longer.
Phenylethylamine, or PEA, is one of the best stimulants around, thanks to its ability to quickly boost your dopamine levels and get you motivated to get to the gym. PEA may help you have a better mood during your diet while also invigorating you with enough energy to get through the toughest days of your caloric deficit.
Vanillin comes from vanilla beans. As a transient receptor potential vanilloid subtype 1 (TRPV1) agonist, vanillin may help start fat burning processes in the body. It also makes the product smell fantastic!
TeaCrine® is the best form of theacrine on the market. This is a long-lasting "neuromodulator" that enhances other stimulants it's paired with (such as our two forms of caffeine). Theacrine also works similarly to caffeine but may be more resistant to tolerance build-up, so the last dosage still feels as good as the first.
If you’re trying to get lean, you should worry about your blood sugar. Thankfully, Banaba leaf may act as a glucose disposal agent. GDAs help your body put glucose in the right places, like your muscle tissue, instead of fat cells! Too many fat burners out there don't include a fantastic ingredient like banaba.
Grains of Paradise
Grains of Paradise will leave your fat scorched, as this spice may help you burn your brown fat reserves. Better yet, it may even increase overall energy expenditure -- all without being a stimulant!
Theobromine is the cousin of caffeine and theacrine. While it is a less potent stimulant, recent research shows it may help drive your heart rate up to keep things moving.
The most underrated ingredient in Hydrashred Black that nobody talks about, the beta-2 agonist cirsium oligophyllum may help the body release stored fat. Beta-2 agonists act synergistically with caffeine, which means you may experience even more fat loss.
Cocoa Seed Extract (20% N-coumaroyldopamine)
Cocoa seed extract contains an active ingredient known as N-coumaroyldopamine that may act as a beta-2 agonist. Combined with Crisium, cocoa seed extract should really rev up the body’s fat burning process.[11-12]
Noticing a theme yet? Higenamine also acts as a beta-2 agonist. We included a three-hit-combo of beta-2 agonists to make sure your fat is melting off throughout the day.[13-14]
There you have it: multiple modes of burning fat, and multiple speeds of energy enhancement to start it quick and keep it going all day long.
HydraShred Black has every fat burning ingredient you could want -- and more -- in three vegetarian capsules. If you're looking for some serious energy and mood enhancement, and HydraShred didn't have enough zip for you, then we recommend you throw HydraShred Black in your bag.
The best part? HydraShred Black is stackable with our stimulant-free fat burner, Inferno. If you want the best of both worlds, target stimulant-free ingredients with the energy enhancers here, then get ready for a weight loss revelation.
There's no time to wait. Because today is the day.
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