Posted by Paul Quinones on 4/6/2020 to Supplement Ingredients
What is Isopropylnorsynephrine?
Isopropylnorsynephrine is a modified version of synephrine, a known stimulant and fat-burner. It produces better effects than regular synephirne because it interacts better with adrenergic beta receptors, with an emphasis on the beta-3 receptor. There are two classes of adrenergic receptors; alpha and beta. Alpha receptors are involved in energy conservation while beta receptors are involved in energy burning. Isopropylnorsynpherine has an affinity for adrenergic beta receptors, especially the beta-3 receptor responsible for the release of energy from fat tissue.
What is Isopropylnorsynephrine used for?
Isopropylnorsynephrine breaks down lipids (fats) and triglycerides into glycerol and free fatty acids. Once these are broken down, the body is capable of using them as fuel and “burning" the body fat. Not only does it increase fat burning, but it has other benefits. It increases energy so much that it has been called "the new DMHA" by some. It also shares attributes with ephedra including bronchodilation and increased mood and focus. Another benefit is that it's so effective at such a low dosage. Reports show potency at as little as 5 mg.
What Supplements Use Isopropylnorsynephrine?
Since it has been instituted, the FDA has cracked down on the types of available stimulants and fat burning ingredients in the supplement industry. The result has been fewer legal stimulants that get people results they are looking for. This is why we chose to use isopropylnorsynephrine in Torrid. This along with the other ingredients Torrid has will ensure all day energy and fat burning.