Adrenaline

    Last Updated: April 29, 2017

    Adrenaline is a catecholamine that mediates the 'fight or flight' response, and also possesses fat burning properties. Increases in serum adrenaline are known to improve focus and fat oxidation, and supplements that increase adrenaline are thought to retain these effects.

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