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Fusion Sub Q

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Fusion Sub Q

Completely changes what you think you should expect from a fat burner. Fusions fat burner Sub Q combines many years of R&D with ingredients that get the job done. To help incinerate every last blob of subcutaneous fat on your body. Fusion SUB Q is used by competitive body builders and is proven to be a way to achieve that shredded physique. Fusion SUB Q will give you the powerful results you need to get shredded.


Fusion SUB Q is designed to retain your hard-earned muscle while incinerating subcutaneous fat — making your skin paper-thin. To do this fusion SUB Q stimulates cellular energy production1 and norepinephrine release,2 and this increases your metabolic rate and the number of calories that you burn from fat. By increasing your metabolic rate, you not only incinerate existing subcutaneous fat but you keep it off for good. By maintaining a positive nitrogen balance, promoting muscle sparing3 and promoting muscle growth,4, 5 fusion SUB Q keeps your metabolism high, accelerate your recovery time and allow you to exercise with increased frequency. This all amounts to more calorie burning and the incineration of subcutaneous fat. Also, to really thin your skin, fusion SUB Q contains strong diuretic properties that eliminates excess water from underneath your skin6. This is a bodybuilding must and will really make your muscles “pop.”

Nutritional Information


  1. Kimball, S. R., & Jefferson, L. S. (2001, January). Regulation of protein synthesis by branched chain amino acids. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care, 4(1), 39–43. Review.
  2. Torigoe, K., Potter, P. E., & Katz D. P. (1999). Branched-chain amino acid-induced hippocampal norepinephrine release is antagonized by picrotoxin: Evidence for a central mode of action. Brain Res Bull, 49(4), 281–284. (31 ref.)
  3. Combaret, L., et al. (2005, December). A leucine-supplemented diet restores the defective postprandial inhibition of proteasome-dependant proteolysis in aged rat skeletal muscle. J Physiol, 1(569[Pt 2]), 489–99.
  4. Biolo, G., Tipton, K. D., Klein, S., & Wolfe, R. R. (1997, July). An abundant supply of amino acids enhances the metabolic effect of exercise on muscle protein. Am J Physiol, 273(1 Pt 1), E122–9.
  5. Anthony, J. C., et al. (2002, May ). Contribution of insulin to the translational control of protein synthesis in skeletal muscle by leucine. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab, 282(5), E1092–101.
  6. Racz-Kotilla, E., Racz, G., & Solomon, A. (1974). The action of Taraxacum officinale extracts on the body weight and diureses of laboratory animals. Planta Med, 26, 212–217

Take 1 - 3 capsules. Detailed instructions come with purchase.

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