While most weight-loss formulas only address some of the typical person’s weight management issues, Clean Burn™ attacks the problem from ALL angles! Fat burning is a complex, multiple-pathway process. An effective fat burner approaches this process along multiple metabolic pathways as KAGED MUSCLE™ has done with Clean Burn™.* It takes the right combination of ingredients to burn fat without making you edgy. Clean Burn™ delivers it in a special blend.
L-Carnitine is essential for transporting long-chain fatty acids across the mitochondrial membrane to help break down fat and generate energy.* Carnipure™ was developed in Switzerland and is backed by numerous studies. [1,2]
Capsimax® Capsicum Extract is a proprietary encapsulated form of premium, highly concentrated natural capsicum fruit extract, manufactured from the active principles of hot red peppers. A number of clinical studies on the active component of Capsimax®, capsaicinoids, have shown that they help manage appetite, support healthy metabolism to burn calories, help increase energy expenditure in the body, and reduce body mass and body fat. [3,4]
Unlike other common weight-loss agents that stimulate sympathetic hormone release and therefore tend to raise heart rate and blood pressure, green tea works through a completely different mechanism. The catechins in green tea have been shown to inhibit the enzyme that breaks down norepinephrine so that its biological effects (e.g., increased metabolic rate, increased fat breakdown) are prolonged.*  Green tea may also act to reduce food intake [6,7] and inhibit the main enzymes involved in fat storage.* [8,9] EGCG is an effective stimulator of thermogenesis, the biochemical process by which fat in the body is “burned” to provide energy. Studies with humans have shown that, by stimulating thermogenesis, EGCG can help burn calories and contribute to weight loss.* [10-12]
How often have you experienced that afternoon slump? It’s midway through the day, you’re tired and your get-up-and-go seems like it’s all gone. When your blood sugar levels are naturally out of balance, energy feels like it’s draining away. Your blood sugar levels can drop naturally, often late in the afternoon, triggering sugar cravings. For more than 2,000 years, Gymnema sylvestre has been used traditionally as a key herb to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels already within a healthy range.* In India, it’s called Gurmar, the “Sugar Destroyer”. That’s because since ancient times, natural clinicians have noted that can help to suppress the taste of sugar.*
ChromeMate® is a unique, patented, niacin-bound chromium complex that supports the bioavailability and efficacy of chromium.* Research suggests that ChromeMate® is absorbed and retained within the body significantly more than chromium picolinate.* ChromeMate® has been suggested to promote weight loss while helping preserve precious muscle.*
In a randomized, placebo-controlled, 43-patient study, researchers from the University of Texas found that subjects taking 4 mg of ChromeMate® delivering 400 mcg of chromium a day in combination with exercise, experienced significant weight loss (2.4 lbs) after eight weeks. 
The answer is simple—all our ingredients meet MICROPURE™ standards which means they are 3rd party tested for purity and potency! In return for a premium price, our manufacturers commit to strict ethical and environmental standards, ensuring the ingredients in KAGED MUSLCE™ products are manufactured with care.
Follow my 4WEEKS2SHRED Video Series and add Clean Burn™ to your fat loss supplement stack and you will see for yourself. Clean Burn™ was one of the SECRET WEAPONS that helped me get shredded in my 4WEEKS2SHRED Video Trainer.
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