What You Should Know
Arson is a fat burning formula that has been proven in a university study to reduce 35 percent more fat than a placebo in 24 hours. Muscle Asylum Project (MAP) produces the product and offers a very fancy website as the main promotion of Arson. The introductory page for Arson suggests several reasons why it is a beneficiary weight loss supplement for bodybuilders. First, they present a clinical study that suggests the product is very effective. Then, they state it increases a fat burning hormone by 40 percent. They also describe their ingredients as being cutting edge. MAP’s last point is that its Rapid Wave Pulse Technology is defined as being revolutionary in its process of invading cell membranes. In order to see if these claims are true, the ingredients must be investigated further.
List of Ingredients
Green tea extract, caffeine, theobromine, yohimbine, Cissus quadrangularis extract, White Willow, L-leucine, Xanthinol nicotinate, Gamma-butyrobetaine, Gamma-butyrobetaine eicosanoate, Uridine-5′-monophosphoric acid disodium, and Epsilon-polylysine.
Arson uses graphics on their webpage that portray the chemical reactions that take place when it is consumed. Step 1 shows the blockage of adenosine receptors (increasing fat burning hormones) and states that this process is increased by 40 percent when compared to a placebo. However, the specifics of this university study are not stated. There needs to be more information, like if the subjects were exercising during the trials. The second step shows how alpha-2 receptors are blocked (increasing a breakdown of fat). The third step shows how thermogenesis is caused.
- Some claims are backed by clinical studies.
- Only intended for bodybuilders.
- Contains a lot of ingredients with unknown side effects.
- Can cause dehydration.
MAP does not recommend this product for non-bodybuilders.