LIPOXYNE is a synergistic combination of two innovative active
ingredients from the latest Bio-technology, which will act at the
heart of cells and facilitate fat loss.
• GALENIC PRESENTATION
80 capsules of 704 mg.
AQUA L-CARNITINE; LEUCINE; ASPARAGINE – ASPARTIC ACID;
GLAVONOÏD™: FLAVONOIDS FROM GLYCYRRHIZA GLABRA L.
(LIQUORICE), GELATIN; VALINE; LYSINE, ALANINE; GLUTAMINE –
GLUTAMIC ACID; HISTIDINE; PHENYLALANINE; GLYCINE; SERINE;
ANTI-CAKING AGENT: MAGNESIUM STEARATE; ARGININE; PROLINE;
THREONINE; GREEN TEA EXTRACT; TYROSINE; TRYPTOPHAN;
METHIONINE; CYSTEINE; ISOLEUCINE; IRON (ORGANIC) ORNITHINE.
CAPSULE: GELATIN; COLORING AGENT: INDIGO; OPACIFIER: TITANIUM
• TRADITIONALLY RECOGNIZED
OF THE MAIN INGREDIENTS
In the body, carnitine is mainly synthesized by the liver and kidneys
from two amino acids present in food.Carnitine plays an important role
in the transport of long-chain fatty acids, which allows the production
of energy. It is therefore essential to the proper functioning of muscles,
including the heart. As part of a low calorie diet, L-carnitine promotes
fat burning and energy production through the muscles.
Leucine is an essential branched chain amino acid (BCAA). This amino
acid plays an advantageous role for bodybuilding. Leucine maintains of
nitrogen balance – it ensures the balance of synthesis and breakdown
of proteins. Thus, it preserves muscle mass. Indeed, it improves protein
assimilation and reduces the catabolism process (limits muscle
destruction). In addition, it preserves muscle glycogen.
GLAVONOID™ is an active ingredient approved by the European
Commission and NOVEL FOOD. It contains 30% of liquorice
polyphenols titrated at 3% glabridin and 70% of medium chain
triglycerides. In a double blind test, randomized, performed on 103
subjects for 12 weeks, GlavanoïdTM removed weight gain compared
with the placebo. This is due to the decrease in body fat. According to a
second randomized double-blind study, the body mass of 81 subjects
was measured for 8 weeks. After analyzing the results, taking 100
mg per day of GlavanoïdTM allows a reduction of body fat compared
with the placebo. No change in food intake had been made. The
GlavanoïdTM would act by activating thermogenesis. It would increase
the b-oxidation and suppress the synthesis of fatty acids.
Alanine is a nonessential amino acid which acts synergistically with
carnosine to improve the supply of energy (ATP) to the muscles. Alanine
has effective effects on muscle strength and endurance. Alanine
improves carnosine levels in a muscle. Indeed, the level of carnosine in
muscle is determined by the level of alanine incorporated by the body.
Thus increasing alanine, the carnosine will be automatically increased.
Concretely, this is expressed by an «anti-acid» effect delaying the onset
of lactic acid and burning, which will result in a performance gain.
Phenylalanine is an amino acid necessary for the proper functioning
of the body. Phenylalanine is involved in the production of
catecholamines, which are chemicals in the body belonging to the
neurotransmitters made by the neurons (nerve cells). They allow the
passage of nerve impulses between neurons and between neurons
and other cells.
Lysine is an essential amino acid – the body cannot produce it and it has
to be found in food. It is concentrated in the muscles and it has many
biological functions. It contributes, among other things, to the growth
of bone, formation of collagen and antibodies and carbohydrate
Valine is an essential branched amino acid. It is found in high
concentrations in muscle tissue. It has stimulating effects on muscle
metabolism. It helps muscle recovery and growth of tissues. Like
all branched amino acids, it can serve as a source of muscle energy
and preserve glucose reserves in this way.Valine is used for growth,
recovery and repair of muscles. This amino acid is an anti-catabolic and
• GLUTAMIN – GLUTAMIC ACID
Glutamine or L-glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in
the blood and muscles. It plays a role in protein synthesis.It is not
considered an essential amino acid because the body is able itself
to synthesize it according to needs.Glutamine is mainly used to stop
catabolism, boost anabolism and stimulate the production of growth
hormones (needed to stimulate tissue growth). It plays a dual role for
the intestines: it contributes to the structure of the intestine, helps in
the digestion of protein from food. It also plays a role in the proper
functioning of the immune system and reduces the overtraining
syndrome (a form of exhaustion and weakening of the body’s immune
system, which affects an athlete after particularly demanding activity
in terms of physical endurance). After strenuous exercise, glutamine
muscle reserves decrease and if the recovery time is insufficient to
replenish them, a deficiency may occur, making the athlete vulnerable
• ASPARGININ – ASPARTIC ACID
Aspartic acid is involved in the formation of antibodies and immune
cells. It is also involved in glycogenesis, a process for providing energy
to the cells of the body.
Serine is a non-essential amino acid. In fact, the body can produce it
from another amino acid, glycine. Serine is one of the twenty most
common amino acids. Essential for the metabolism of fats, serine is an
amino acid involved in muscle growth, partly because it contributes
to the production of creatine. Indeed, it enhances the production of
energy needed for muscle growth. In addition, serine is essential to
balance the immune system because it contributes to the production
of immunoglobulins and antibodies. It also enters into the composition
of cell membranes and brain cells. It is particularly important for the
proper functioning of the central nervous system and brain.
Histidine is an amino acid that the body cannot produce itself. It must
come from food. Histidine is needed for various reasons, including the
production of histamine, maintaining a healthy heart and circulation,
and improving the immune system’s response to infections. The body
needs histidine to produce a number of other enzymes including
Gastrin contributes to the efficiency of the digestive process and release
more nutrients from food, especially vitamins and minerals. One of the
most important roles played by histidine in the body is to ensure the
balance of minerals in the blood and, in particular, to maintain proper
levels of zinc and iron in the blood. Histidine binds with zinc, transports
it to the cells that need it most and helps improve cell functions. As its
name suggests, histidine is closely related to histamine, the chemical
mediator the body produces in response to an infection.
Threonine is an essential amino acid. It is not produced by the body.
Needs are met exclusively through food. Threonine contributes to
the dispersion of fat in the liver and ensures good bowel function,
facilitating nutrient exchange in the intestines and blood. It has
an action on the skin, hair and tissues. Threonine is involved in the
formation of collagen, elastin and tooth enamel. It helps to maintain
protein balance in the body. This essential amino acid is involved in the
formation of antibodies. It is a precursor of glycine and serine.
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