Capsiplex slimming tablets is a natural based medication, containing a mixture of Niacin, Caffeine, Peperine (extract from black pepper extract) and Capsicum extract. Capsiplex has been clinically studied and it was found that slimming capsiplex pills stimulate metabolism before, during and after physical exercises and help burn up to 278 calories daily. Along with slimming effect, Capsiplex improve performance and endurance. Let’s try to clear up which Capsiplex effect do its active ingredients have:
Capsicum extract is a traditional remedy used to increase performance. It contains large amounts of vitamin A and C, stimulates vascular circulation. Capsicum extract contains biogenic stimulators, reduces swelling and improves microcirculation, reduces pain associated with rheumatism, arthritis and myositis.
Capsicum extract has been used for the normalization of cerebral blood flow. It prevents the development of atherosclerosis, relieves bronchial asthma, cough, sore throat, flu. Due to the presence of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and vitamin P, it contributes to strengthening and cleaning of vessels, reduce cholesterol, improve blood circulation and purification of blood vessels. Large amounts of vitamin A can are beneficial for vision improvement and the formation of the skeleton. Hot pepper slows the growth of cancer cells, and the use of capsicum extract is especially useful in ovarian cancer.
Capsicum can activate the human immune system, increase stamina and even fight cancer cells. Red pepper helps with diabetes, high blood pressure, insomnia, arthritis, asthma, and alcohol withdrawal syndrome and respiratory diseases.
By improving metabolism, Capsicum extract help stimulate metabolism and increase fat burn. Alos Capsicum extract suppresses appetite and thus decrease the consumption of calories with food.
Caffeine is psychostimulant; analeptic and cardiotonic agent. It stimulates mental activity, enhances mental and physical performance, and reduces fatigue and sleepiness. Caffeine possesses stimulating effect on the respiratory and vasomotor centers.
Niacin ensures the normal functioning of the nervous system and brain, providing an activating effect on the function of the cerebral cortex. Niacin participates in the first stage of the redox processes – the formation of ATP – the energy source. Violation of this process leads to trophic disorders of the body. As a result, there are functional disorders of the nervous system. Niacin prevents and eases migraines.
Together with vitamins B1 and B6, niacin, provides the correct development and maturation of the nervous system of the child.
Niacin maintains the functional activity of the gastrointestinal tract and helps eliminate inflammation of the mucous membrane, increases secretion (production of gastric juice) and motor (promotion of food) of the stomach, stimulates the secretory activity of the pancreas (increases secret contents of trypsin, amylase, lipase) and liver (stimulates bile secretion). It is used to treat liver diseases, gastric ulcer and 12 duodenal ulcer, enterocolitis.
Niacin also lowers levels of LDL (bad cholesterol) and VLDL (very low density lipoproteins), lowers triglycerides blood levels, decreases fibrinogen (clotting protein), reduces inflammatory responses.
Piperine has an amazing ability to manipulate absorptive mechanisms. It inhibits several enzymes responsible for metabolism of drugs and nutrients, stimulates the activity of amino acid transporters in the intestinal tract, inhibits p-glycoprotein, a protein pump that removes substances from the cells and also reduces the intestinal production of glucuronic acid, which will allow more agents get in the body in active form. Thus, some of these substances can reach, enter and remain within their target cells for longer periods. By increases bioavailability of drugs and herbal supplements piperine make them more effective.
In addition to its effect on bioavailability, piperine exerts other beneficial effects.
These actions include:
Increased production of brain beta-endorphins
* Increased production of brain serotonin
* Anticonvulsant, antiepileptic action
* Increased production of adrenal epinephrine
* Decreased production of stomach acid (approximately 1 hour)
* Relief of gastric ulcer
* Increased production of pancreatic digestive enzymes (amylase, lipase, trypsin and chymotrypsin)
* Promote the production of melanin
These actions were derived from laboratory experiments, not clinical studies, and therefore the dose required to achieve them is not known