Dis­cover how to op­ti­mize your nu­tri­tion through the syn­er­gis­tic ef­fects of sup­ple­ment stack­ing.

Innovate Magazine - - Con­tents - By Paul Teix­eira

Tak­ing one sup­ple­ment is great for achiev­ing quicker and more ef­fec­tive re­sults, so what if you took two or more at the same time to am­plify their ef­fects? This is called, “stack­ing”, and hap­pens to be the best way to take ad­van­tage of var­i­ous unique syn­er­gis­tic ef­fects which oc­cur be­tween key in­gre­di­ents across mul­ti­ple com­pounds. At Nu­tra­bol­ics, stack­ing com­pat­i­bil­ity is some­thing we build right into the DNA of our prod­ucts – al­low­ing both cus­tomers and pro ath­letes to cre­ate and uti­lize sup­ple­ment stack sys­tems to help op­ti­mize per­for­mance and re­sults. Due to this fun­da­men­tal stack­ing syn­ergy, many com­bi­na­tions can be cre­ated that work to tar­get and op­ti­mize your spe­cific goals! What fol­lows are a few ex­am­ples of how easy it is to cre­ate stacks to help any­one to achieve their per­for­mance and fit­ness goals in the quick­est time. Every in­gre­di­ent in our prod­ucts is de­signed to work with at least one other in­gre­di­ent in an­other prod­uct, so you know you are con­sum­ing the most dy­namic per­for­mance-en­hanc­ing sup­ple­ments in the in­dus­try, pe­riod.

Add this to the fact that Nu­tra­bol­ics sup­ple­ments rep­re­sent noth­ing less than the most in­no­va­tive, high-qual­ity, and well-re­searched in­gre­di­ents on the planet and you’ve got a recipe for suc­cess.

So, what are you wait­ing for? Build your own Nu­tra­bol­ics stack and take ad­van­tage of the syn­er­gis­tic com­bi­na­tion of our in­no­va­tive for­mu­las!

One of the sin­gle most univer­sal goals for gym-go­ers is to lose weight – specif­i­cally body fat. By stack­ing the dual fat-burn­ers Ther­mal XTC and Carni­bolic to­gether and in tan­dem with Hy­drop­ure pro­tein will make for a dy­namic body-sculpt­ing sys­tem.

Work­ing from the ac­tive side of the fat-burn­ing spec­trum, Ther­mal XTC serves as a pre-work­out cat­a­lyst that ig­nites your me­tab­o­lism prior to train­ing for an in­tense boost of en­ergy, in­creased ther­mo­genic ac­tiv­ity – and ul­ti­mately, more calo­ries burned. Carni­bolic, on the other hand, works from the pas­sive side of the fat-burn­ing spec­trum as an all-day fat and ap­petite sup­pres­sant. L-Car­ni­tine and a va­ri­ety of key weight-man­age­ment in­gre­di­ents like Garcinia Cam­bo­gia and Green Tea Ex­tract com­bine in Carni­bolic to help re­duce food crav­ings, sup­port de­creased fat stor­age, and nat­u­rally im­prove en­ergy lev­els in the ab­sence of the more in­tense en­ergy rush and meta­bolic ac­cel­er­a­tion of Ther­mal XTC, cre­at­ing an ex­tended daily meta­bolic op­ti­miza­tion. In ad­di­tion, Ther­mal XTC works in tan­dem with Carni­bolic’s crav­ing sup­pres­sants by help­ing to en­hance mood dur­ing tough di­et­ing reg­i­mens or pre-com­pe­ti­tion carb de­pri­va­tion. By stack­ing these two, every com­po­nent of weight loss is both ad­dressed and co-sup­ported by each prod­uct.

Though counter-in­tu­itive, you can even add a lean pro­tein like Hy­drop­ure to stack on more fat-burn­ing po­ten­tial. This elite-level pro­tein sup­ple­ment con­tains ul­tra-pre­mium Hy­drolyzed whey pro­tein and whey pro­tein iso­late – de­liv­er­ing over 93% pro­tein, 5.9 grams of BCAAs, and 13 grams of EAAs! Why would added calo­ries from pro­tein add to this stack’s fat-burn­ing ben­e­fits? Well, stud­ies have found that whey pro­tein sup­ple­men­ta­tion is as­so­ci­ated with de­creases in to­tal body fat per­cent­age. In fact, since whey pro­tein builds mus­cle and in­creases mus­cle mass, it is di­rectly re­lated to a higher meta­bolic rate – mak­ing it much eas­ier to burn fat and de­crease over­all body fat per­cent­age. We highly rec­om­mend tak­ing ad­van­tage of how this shred­ding stack of­fers syn­er­gis­tic cross-for­mula ben­e­fits that take your train­ing in­no­va­tion to a whole new level!­ti­cles/PMC4258944/­ti­cles/PMC4424378/


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