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Everything You Need To Know About Formula 56

June 4, 2016 — by Matt Theis0

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Supplements

Everything You Need To Know About Formula 56

June 4, 2016 — by Matt Theis0


Formula 56 is our latest release.  It’s a fat-burner which, like all Momentum Nutrition supplements, contains nothing but clinical doses of research-backed, safe ingredients that actually work.

WHAT DOES FORMULA 56 DO?

Formula 56 attacks fat and encourages weight-loss through multiple mechanisms, using a unique array of scientifically validated ingredients which will…

  • raise your metabolic rate, effectively causing your body to burn more calories than it would otherwise
  • encourage your body to burn fat for fuel during your workouts.
  • help control your appetite (not severely suppress it, just curb it so you won’t be tempted to snack and binge eat).
  • provide energy and focus with no crash (especially helpful when you’re dieting)
  • improve your exercise performance (better stamina, endurance, and motivation)

WHAT DOES FORMULA 56 NOT DO?

Most so-called fat-burners out there are either completely ineffective or just a cocktail of speculative (often dangerous) stimulants which can cause seriously negative side effects.  Formula 56 is different though.  Not only is will Formula 56 help you burn fat and lose weight, it WILL NOT cause negative side effects like…

  • jitters
  • anxiety
  • irritability
  • sleeplessness
  • dangerous blood pressure increases

No. Formula 56 is not just some stimulant cocktail.  It’s the most thorough, unique blend of research-backed fat-burning and support ingredients there is, designed to help you acheive your fat-loss goals no matter what.

Now, let’s talk about what exactly makes Formula 56 work…

Formula 56 Ingredients

Formula 56 contains a precise combination of several scientifically validated, clinically dosed ingredients, some of which you may be familiar with and some that you’ve probably never heard of…

Naringin

A Naturally occurring molecule in citrus fruits (such as grapefruits) which has both inherent weight-loss implications as well as the ability to amplify the weight-loss benefits of Synephrine (discussed below).

Caffeine

One of the most reliable, safe ingredients that triggers the release of a group of chemicals known as Catecholamines (including Dopamine and Noradrenaline) which directly stimulate lipolysis (fat breakdown).

Citicoline

A highly bioavailable source of Choline which is capable of crossing the blood brain barrier with ease.  It is one of the few forms of Choline that has been shown to improve cognitive function in healthy human subjects.  This makes it particularly useful for those who are on a calorie-restricted diet who may otherwise experience some cognitive decline.

L-Theanine

A non-dietary amino acid found primarily in Green Tea which has been shown in several double-blind, placebo controlled studies to enhance the cognitive benefits of Caffeine while simultaneously reducing the negative side effects (jitters, anxiety, etc.).

Hesperidin

Naturally occurring alongside Naringin in citrus fruits.  Like Naringin, Hesperidin has it’s own fat-loss mechanisms as well as the ability to further enhance the benefits of Synephrine.

Forskolin

Found in Coleus Forskohlii, Forskolin is one of the few non-stimulant compounds that effectively induces fat-loss by increasing cAMP levels.  It is considered highly reliable for both men and women.

Hordenine

A naturally occuring molecule found in Barley and some citrus fruits which reduces the breakdown of Noradrenaline, effectively enhances the effects of stimulants such as Caffeine.

Synephrine

Similar in terms of mechanism to Ephedrine, though less potent and entirely safe.  Synephrine acts primarily as a beta-adrenergic receptor agonist, effectively increasing the amount of fat the body burns.  Synephrine has been shown to directly increase the metabolic rates of human subjects and this increase is significantly greater when combined with Naringin and Hesperidin.

The Synergistic benefits of synephrine, naringin, and hesperidin

Many supplement companies toss a bunch of ingredients together and claim that they enhance the benefits of one another, but rarely are these claims based on scientific research.  In fact, they’re usually just complete nonsense.

True “synergy” is when 1 + 1 = MORE THAN 2.

For example, if ingredient A provides one benefit and ingredient B provides one benefit, but the combination of ingredient A and ingredient B provides an entirely new benefit not seen with either A or B alone, that’s synergy.

There are very few cases of this, but when formulating supplements, we always look for these types of relationships.  In Formula 56, such synergy is found between Synephrine, Naringin, and Hesperidin.  Naringin and Hesperidin, at the precise doses found in Formula 56, have been shown to amplify the Metabolic Rate increase that occurs with Synephrine.

How To Take Formula 56

Because Formula 56 contains Caffeine, it is best taken on an empty stomach.  For maximum benefit, we recommend taking one serving in the morning and another serving prior to working out.

For individuals who may be more sensitive to Caffeine, Formula 56 can be divided into smaller doses.  We specifically made Formula 56 a 3 capsule serving size because it allows for maximum flexibility in terms of dosing.

For example, you could take 2 capsules in the morning and 1 capsule later in the day for a total of 3 capsules (1 full serving).  That way, you’re not going overboard with Caffeine and you’re still getting true clinical doses of the non-stimulant ingredients.

Can Formula 56 Be Stacked With Other Products?

Yes!  For maximum fat-loss, we recommend stacking Formula 56 with Singular Sport Rauwolscine.  These are the two components of our Fat Torcher Stack.  Formula 56 can also be stacked with Amino Beyond which is especially useful for those who utilize fasted training for the weight-loss benefits but want to reduce the muscle breakdown that generally occurs when you train fasted.

If you currently use our pre-workout, Catalyst, you can take Formula 56 in the morning (as directed above) and Catalyst before you train.  We don’t generally recommend that you take both at the same time due to a fairly hefty dose of Caffeine (500mg when combined).

THE SHREDDED GAINS STACK

Shredded Gains Stack

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The Shredded Gains Stack consists of Formula 56, Amino Beyond, and Singular Sport Rauwolscine.  It is undeniable the most effective stack out there for cutting while maintaining muscle mass.  When cutting (losing fat), most people tend to lose muscle mass as well even though they would prefer to keep it.  This is because there is a distinct lack of accurate information on how to maintain muscle mass during a cutting phase.

Make no mistake.  It is COMPLETELY POSSIBLE (and actually not that hard) to maintain muscle mass (or even build muscle) while burning fat at the same time.  The Shredded Gains Stack provides clinical doses of just about every scientifically-validated fat-burning and muscle-preserving ingredient so you can keep your gains and get shredded at the same time.

Are There Any Side Effects To Formula 56?

If you are sensitive to Caffeine, you may have trouble sleeping if you take Formula 56 too close to bedtime.  To avoid this, we suggest taking it no less than 6 hours before bed.  Most people do not experience sleeplessness when Formula 56 is used correctly.

Where To Buy Formula 56

Like all Momentum Nutrition products, Formula 56 is available on Amazon but can be purchased direct through Momentum-Nutrition.com as well for a discounted price.

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Matt Theis

I'm Matt, Founder of Momentum Nutrition and SuppWithThat.com. I've spent the better part of the last decade researching and experimenting in the areas of fitness, nutrition, and supplementation, and this is where I write it all down.