IBE Nutrition X-Force - Extreme Power and Focus Formula
X-Force™ is a revolutionary new energy supplement that brings you cutting edge ingredients that IBE has combined to work synergistically to bring you the most potent energy supplement available. X-Force™ is no ordinary weight loss/energy supplement and should not be taken for granted. X-Force™ outperforms all other energy supplements because IBE has chosen to move away from your every day, run-of-the-mill energy supplements that seem to follow each others lead and provide massive amounts of caffeine and little innovation. Instead we chose to move into the future and bring you a supplement that pushes past these boundaries and introduces new ingredients and combinations that will accelerate fat loss, increase stamina, increase energy, stimulate libido, and bring you a mental focus that is above and beyond what any other supplement can bring you.
Ingredient Breakdown and Information
Methylhexaneamine:Methylhexaneamine is an aliphatic amine with good peripheral adrenergic activity that stimulates the sympathetic nervous system and promotes mental stimulation, mood enhancement, energy production, dilated bronchioles (to ease breathing during workouts), weight loss, and appetite suppression. Methylhexaneamine’s ability to increase mood comes from its direct effect on the cerebral cortex of the brain. The cerebral cortex plays a central role in things such as memory, attention, perceptual awareness, thinking, language, and consciousness and compounds such as methylhexaneamine that affect such regions can often increase the amount of detail that is “remembered”, a plus for people with bad short term memory or those who wish to use X-Force™ to study. Methylhexaneamine’s pharmacological properties include anti-hypotension and mild pressor (vasoconstrictor) effects, which may partially account for its inhibitory effect on catecholamine uptake and release but competitive inhibition of norepinephrine reuptake is clearly the primary mode of action. By inhibiting catecholamine reuptake extracellular levels are increased dramatically while the inhibitor (Methylhexaneamine) competes for occupation of the catecholamine receptor, which also decreases susceptibility to catalytic enzymes; once the receptors become vacant catecholamines are once again able to bind and exhibit an effect. Catecholamines include many chemicals such as epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine. Although methylhexaneamine is known as a pressor it should be noted that pressor effects are seen in the skin and gut while vasodilation occurs in the muscles. This effect allows more of the body’s resources to be diverted to places where they are needed most, a positive effect for those exercising. Epinephrine and norepinephrine, also known as adrenaline and noradrenaline, are the most well known of the catecholamines and are what is immediately felt after being scared or surprised, a mechanism known as “fight or flight”. Since epinephrine/norepinephrine binds to the á1 receptors of liver cells they signal the phosphorylation of insulin receptors, leading to reduced ability of insulin to bind to them keeping a constant supply of energy in the blood stream for muscle exercise. Another positive effect of epinephrine is the diversion of blood away from organs to the muscle cells, where increased nutrients and oxygen can be supplied for exercise. Hydrolysis of glycogen for use as energy as well as increased oxidation of adipocytes (fat cells) is also seen. Dopamine, another catecholamine largely affected by X-Force™, is often associated with the pleasure centers of the brain and is accompanied by feelings of enjoyment and proactive motivation to perform certain activities, making X-Force™ a great supplement for those studying or working. Catecholamine reuptake has been clinically proven to cause depression and anxiety and since Methylhexaneamine is a potent inhibitor of this, it adds to the plethora of benefits seen in X-Force™.
Caffeine:Since caffeine is the most widely used psychoactive substance on the planet, it is no wonder that we have added it to X-Force™. Caffeine can be found in over 60 plants around the world with varying dosages and effects in each and the most prominent being the coffee bean. Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant that increases alertness, thought processes associated with decision making, general body coordination, and focus. It is one of the best compounds around for synergistic use with other compounds, since it has such a profound effect on many parts of the body. Various medicines often contain caffeine to increase their effectiveness and absorption and this is the precise reason why we included it in X-Force™. While Methylhexaneamine affects the Peripheral nervous system, caffeine affects the central nervous system, the system responsible for information processing. The synergy seen from the combination of caffeine and Methylhexaneamine is incredible. You are essentially stimulating the two most prominent nervous systems in the body that regulate everything that the brain processes. Since caffeine has been shown to increase levels of epinephrine and norepinephrine, its inclusion in X-Force™ is a must as this increase in extracellular levels is magnified many times by Methylhexaneamine’s inhibition of reuptake and competition with catalytic enzymes. Caffeine has many other effects as well, which are explained by the metabolism of caffeine to form 84% paraxanthine, 12% theobromine, and 4% theophylline. All three of these caffeine metabolites exhibit different effects. Paraxanthine has a lipolytic effect, the oxidation of fats, where fats made up of glycerol with three fatty acid tails are broken apart releasing fatty acids into blood plasma where they are used as an energy source. Theobromine and theophylline together dilate blood vessels and relaxes smooth muscles of the bronchi.
Sulbutiamine:This is a remarkable analogue of vitamin B1 that is used to increase mental focus, provide a clear mind, and promote general vigilance. It has beneficial effects on working and episodic memory by improving memory formation. Its observed behavioral effects could be mediated by an increase in hippocampal cholinergic activity. In other animal studies an increase of D1 dopaminergic binding sites was measured both in the prefrontal and the singular cortex, while no modification of the D2 binding sites was detected. This binding site is the site for dopamine binding, which plays a large anti-depressant role. Since methylhexamine increases catecholamines such as dopamine and sulbutiamine increases these binding sites, we are once again using synergy to create the ultimate energy product that promotes an extreme sense of well being. A decrease of Kainate binding sites was also observed but there was no change in the density of D1 and D2 dopaminergic receptors. When studies involving clinically depressed sulbutiamine users was undertaken, it was shown that the compound can hasten the resorption of psycho-behavioral inhibition occurring during major depressive disorder and thereby facilitate the rehabilitation of patients in their social, professional, and family life functioning.
Those who take MAO inhibitors, sympathomimetics, heart medications, psychiatric drugs, caffeine or any of the individual ingredients already present in X-Force™, and those with any pre-existing condition or suspected illness should consult their doctor before taking X-Force™. Children under the age of 18 and women who are nursing or pregnant should also not take X-Force™.