What is Your ORAC value?--Hint inside

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  1. clary sage
    dodder


  2. Sense I didnt read the whole thread, has anyone said Kelp?
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by bkprice View Post
    Sense I didnt read the whole thread, has anyone said Kelp?
    i dont think i said kelp but i did say seawead, namelly bladderwack, the kind on the beach (in so cal) that has the little poppy things lol.

    I also did say clary sage...

    the best way to find out what others have guessed is to put your idea into the search this thread tool at the top of the thread (different then the normal search feature) and then youll know if someone else guessed it if it pulls up a post, if not then its yours to post..

  4. brown algae

  5. Quote Originally Posted by poopypants View Post
    I am definately not guessing Clary Sage Extract

    or salvia sclarea

    I would like to re-enter my guess now...
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  6. Salvia Miltiorrhiza

  7. sesame seed oil
    Cordia Salicifolia

  8. caffeine
    grape seed

  9. I dont know if anyone has said it yet, but Goji berries extract?

  10. Wolfberry, ashwangandha

  11. OOlong Tea, Raspberry Ketones, Ginger Root, Evodiae Fructus, long pepper,

  12. green tea
    black tea
    white tea
    any other tea
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    ooo man, I need to search through this thread...yikes!

  14. Quote Originally Posted by USPLabs View Post
    ooo man, I need to search through this thread...yikes!
    just use the search thread tool...

  15. USPLabs, when did you finish conducting ORAC testing on your new product?

  16. Luteolin
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    Quote Originally Posted by anabolicstate View Post
    USPLabs, when did you finish conducting ORAC testing on your new product?
    We did not test for ORAC it already existed...

    Gasp!!!

    Recreate "Clinical Strength Fat Loss" - Clicky Clicky for NEW info!

  18. chaste berry?

  19. Quote Originally Posted by USPLabs View Post
    We did not test for ORAC it already existed
    Forgive me for my ignorance but I'm having a hard time understanding this. The testing of your product's actual ORAC value already existed prior to it's introduction on the market? That isn't ringing too clearly in my mind...could you elaborate a bit more as to how you know the ORAC value of your product if you've never tested it?

  20. Quote Originally Posted by methodice View Post
    chaste berry?
    HA, beat you by one post. (Vitex=Chasteberry!)

  21. Quote Originally Posted by anabolicstate View Post
    Forgive me for my ignorance but I'm having a hard time understanding this. The testing of your product's actual ORAC value already existed prior to it's introduction on the market? That isn't ringing too clearly in my mind...could you elaborate a bit more as to how you know the ORAC value of your product if you've never tested it?
    The orac of the ingredient was already known.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by anabolicstate View Post
    Forgive me for my ignorance but I'm having a hard time understanding this. The testing of your product's actual ORAC value already existed prior to it's introduction on the market? That isn't ringing too clearly in my mind...could you elaborate a bit more as to how you know the ORAC value of your product if you've never tested it?
    If you put vitamin E in your supplement you already know the ORAC value of vitamin E so your supplement will be similar.

  23. So from another thread we've learned there's at least 4 ingredients in Recreate:

    Compound 1 New to the industry mechanism of action:

    Again, a very precise extract of this substance has been shown to inhibit the enzyme 11-B-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase type 1, both selectively and very potently (4). In addition, it was shown to do so in muscle and adipose cells. Why is this good? 11beta-HSD1 is an enzyme responsible for converting the very weak glucocorticoid, cortisone, into the much more powerful, cortisol. We all know that excess cortisol can hamper your progress in the gym, and with the stress of living in our modern world, it’s certain that few people don’t have elevated cortisol levels. Unfortunately, this particular enzyme works against what we all as athletes and bodybuilders would like and works to increase cortisol levels. In addition, another sad bit of news is that activity of this enzyme only seems to increase as we get older (5).
    By inhibiting 11beta-HSD1, it is thought that it could be used to treat obesity (reduce body fat) and improve insulin sensitivity. Additionally, a beneficial effect upon muscle mass would be expected (6).

    Compound 2 New to the industry mechanism of action:

    A compound found in a certain cactus plant, has a structural similarity to norepinephrine. It has both alpha and beta-adrenergic activity (9). Additionally, it directly stimulates postsynaptic receptors while enhancing the physiological effects of norepinephrine via increasing synthesis of it and inhibiting its’ reabsorption. The end result is a stimulant effect similar to ephedrine, without the “all over the place” behavior. In fact, it produces a great deal of focus.

    Compound 3
    Forskolin

    Compound 4
    Caffeine

    So is compound 2 the anti-ox? Any guesses to what compounds 1 or 2 are?

  24. Is compound #1 either: Piperazinyl, Piperazine, Piperidine, or Pyridine in any way shape or form??
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