Weight loss aims are achieved through the intersection of several measures, all of which are intended to in some way alter the body’s biochemistry. As weight gain itself (whether in the form of fat tissue or muscle development) often results from lifestyle and dietary factors, the reducing of one’s weight must examine those decisions as they pertain to one’s body composition.
Metabolism itself is a byproduct of activity levels, the presence of chemical stimulants, and the very foods ingested over a given period of time. There are, of course, genetic and even seasonal considerations to keep front of mind when evaluating one’s weight loss targets, but all human bodies, without a single exception, are subject to the laws of thermodynamics. My B-Tabs operate in a compound capacity within the framework of those bodies into which they are introduced, as those chemical properties housed within the supplement effectively augment existing weight loss mechanisms.
More precisely, My B-Tabs serve to fine-tune and radically accelerate the body’s energy production and management processes, and does so in a decidedly non-invasive manner; the supplement is, after all, devoid of any unnatural elements.
To better understand the agents at play within a dose of My B-Tabs, a look at the collection of chemicals present therein is essential.
Despite the name, the My B-Tabs supplement is comprised of metabolic aids which extend the family of B vitamins which are themselves notorious for their energizing properties and weight loss applications. A symphony of biochemical stimulators is housed within each serving size, ensuring one’s body is prompted to respond in rapid and detectable fashion.
Adenosine M0nophosphate (AMP)
As articulated above, weight loss/gain is a systemic response to a host of collaborative factors. Sedentary lifestyles are often compounded by sugar-laden diets which combine to yield the accumulation of adipose tissue in unhealthy quantities. Combine those with a genetically slow metabolic rate and rapid weight gain of the worst sort is a virtual inevitability.
Conversely, active individuals may be more inclined to fill their respective bodies with foods low in fat and sugar while taking in substantial amounts of protein-rich, vitamin-packed foods which serve to generate enduring muscle tissue. The presence of calorie-hungry muscle fibers in turn lead to sustainably elevated metabolisms, thereby creating an engine of perpetual weight management. Enter adenosine monophosphate—a metabolism augmentation aid which stimulates cellular consumption of stored and dietary energy sources.
On its own, this supplement aids in the body’s biochemical harmony, for although adenosine monophosphate is indeed produced within the body itself, additional quantities enhance functionality considerably. Taken in concert with similarly potent vitamins and acids, adenosine monophosphate functions with still greater efficacy throughout the body’s biochemical ecosystem. Specifically, the accompaniment of B vitamins and folic acid are known to facilitate a heightened bodily response to adenosine monophosphate’s already pronounced impact within a given human organism.
Cobalamin, known popularly Vitamin B12, is an important chemical presence within the human organism. A number of bodily systems, structures, and processes benefit directly from proper B12 levels. These include blood cell production rate and correct formation, neurological health (nerves/brain tissue), and the proper metabolizing of amino acids, those most essential of life’s building blocks. In addition to these known and widely agreed upon benefits of adequate B12 intake, the vitamin is also believed to aid in weight loss efforts.
The reasoning has to do with cobalamin’s role in cellular metabolism, a central component to the body’s effective usage of stored and ingested energy. Joining B12 with adenosine monophosphate yields a compound which, when ingested, ensures one’s body will enjoy the dual-exposure of two energy-maximizing chemical agents.
A member of the B vitamin family (B9), folic acid is essentially a digestive aid which facilitates the thorough breaking down of food material within the body. Specifically, folic acid aids in extracting energy in its simplest structure from the food in which it is housed. Thus, folic acid harmonizes well with adenosine monophosphate and B12 in that (alongside the other two) it heightens the body’s food breakdown and energy synthesis mechanisms to their utmost performance levels, thereby reducing the likelihood of energy storage in the form of adipose tissue.
Adenosine monophosphate is itself a powerful weight loss aid; taken with B12 and its cousin folic acid, the chemical properties therein are rendered still more potent, though the adoption and maintenance of an exercise regimen is also requisite for those looking to drop considerable weight.