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Good Alternative For Diet Ingredient Ephedra

Ephedra was originally used in Chinese medicine to treat fever and hay fever for thousands of years. It wasn't until the 21st century that ephedra was introduced to the mainstream diet scene in America. Ephedra is widely used as a stimulant and thermogenic. Dozens of supplement manufacturers jumped at the opportunity to add this amazing drug to their products. Ephedra helps many patients experience dramatic experiences in weight loss by increasing heart rate and metabolism.

It seems that ephedra is on track to be the answer to the problem of obesity in America. However, for several decades ephedra side effects were reported. These reports will eventually receive strong FDA attention. Side effects range from skin reactions and headaches to heart attacks, stroke, and even death. In 2004, evidence for ephedra was insurmountable and the FDA had to ban the sale of ephedra-containing food supplements. As expected, the appeal from the manufacturers of ephedra supplements was tried but eventually failed. As of August 2006, the sale of ephedra-based supplements is still illegal.

So, where does this leave a diabetic? Despite the negative side effects, and the fact that ephedra is illegal, many nutritionists will still try to get their hands on this diet. Since August 2006, safer and safer alternatives are under study. I've spent some time researching alternatives to ephedra and all the pathways leading to Advantra Z are also known as bitter orange. Georgetown University Medical Center and McGill Nutrition at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal conducted a study on the safety and efficacy of Advantra Z. It has been documented that Advantra Z has been shown to increase fat burning and accelerate metabolism.

After digging further, I found two food supplements containing Advantra Z as its active ingredient. This supplement is called NuPhedrine and Miracle Burn. The NuPhedrine website claims that clinical trials are being conducted to measure its safety and effectiveness. However, the product was released in 2007 and, in my opinion, is too young to use it to determine any long-term side effects. As with any supplement, you should consult your doctor or doctor before use.



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