LeCheek Nutrition Ripped Cocktail Ingredients!


Looks like the new formula for Lecheek Nutrition’s Ripped Cocktail will give the user quite a kick!

After the companies explosion on into the supplement market in a just a short amount of time their newest product is aimed at energy enhancement and fat burning. Since the company already has a successful Preworkout Speed X3 it is easy to see that these supplements will differ to offer loyal customers a different form of stimulatory energy whether it is for workout or desk jockey performance will be up to the user!

Ripped Cocktail Ingredients

Beta Alanine- Beta-Alanine is the building block of carnosine, a molecule that helps to buffer acid in muscles and increases physical performance.

1,3,7-Trimethylxanthine- Caffeine is a compound that is seen as ‘anti-sleep’, by mimicking and blocking a molecule that induces sleepiness known as adenosine. Also a potent stimulant and fat burner; these effects, alongside some others, fade with time.

Hordenine HCI- has been found to have noadrenaline reuptake reduction properties. Exhibits MAOB inhibitor properties-increases potency of all ingredients.

Acaicia Rigidula- Contains many compounds that act on the pituitary adrenal axis they induce the release epinephrine/adrenaline, norepinephrine/noradrenaline, dopamine and catecholamines that stimulate beta-receptors to increase fat breakdown and metabolic rate and suppress appetite.

Synephrine- induces fat loss and an increase in the Metabolic Rate through a process called ‘beta adrenergic agonism’, which is acting on the fat cell causing it to burn fats.

Green Tea Extract- able to increase the degree of fat oxidation in obese men without affecting overall metabolic rate.

N-Methyl-L-Tyramine- A Tyramine derivative that is thought to increase norepinephrine and dopamine activity which in turn can enhance fat loss and curb the feelings of hunger.

Capsicum Annuum Extract- Capsaicin has been shown to induce catecholamine (adrenaline-like compounds) secretionwhich exerts beta-adrenergic like effects.In addition to slightly increasing the metabolic rate via beta-adrenergic stimulation, capsaicin can also change more systemic energy metabolism towards utilizing fat rather than carbohydrateand exerts appetite suppressing effects.


The user will definitely ‘feel’ this one, it looks as if the company’s is marketing this for the users seeking a mood enhancement or ‘Euphoric’ effect in addition to a kick start of energy. From first glance this formula will do just that!


By David Schroer


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