Apollon Nutrition CHAOS Fat Burner Brings the Heat

Apollon Nutrition Chaos

Chaos is a well-dosed fat burner from the hardcore brand Apollon Nutrition that’s sure to crank up your thermogenic engine and have you sweating bullets.

Recently, we covered New Jersey hardcore Apollon Nutrition in great detail, discussing how the up and coming hardcore brand started solely for its gym clients of mixed martial arts athletes and now has exploded in popularity all over the nation.

Readers wanted to know more about the aggressive brand, so today cover one of the brand’s headline supplements, the temperature-spiking thermogenic fat burner Chaos.

If you like it hot, then you’re going to love CHAOS.

We’ve got all the info on Chaos ahead, but before we get there, you can check their website at ApollonNutrition.com and see what PricePlow stores and coupons have them below:

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Chaos Ingredients

Chaos has seen a bit of a formula upgrade in 2017 over the previous version. Yohimbine is out and Paradoxine® Grains of Paradise extract is in, making for one burner that’ll be sure to set your metabolism on fire.

Note: The following doses are in a four capsule serving, so you can (and should) dial it down if needed in order to assess tolerance.

  • Acetyl L-Carnitine (1g)

    Apollon Nutrition Chaos Ingredients

    Chaos recently underwent a bit of an upgrade over the initial version. Here’s what the latest facts panel looks like ahead of its new 2017 release.

    Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALCAR) is one of the most bioavailable and effective forms of L-carnitine due to its unique ability to cross the blood brain barrier (BBB).[1] Because of this, ALCAR can decrease mental fatigue[2], elevate mood[3], and improve learning and cognition.[4,5]

    As to why it’s included in Chaos, ALCAR increases “fatty acid dumping”, a process where fatty acids are excreted by the body when cells enter “fat burning mode.”[6]

    Chaos includes a sizeable 1g dose of ALCAR, far more than you’ll see in most other burners on the market — off to a good start so far! You’ll be feeling good and focused for this alone.

  • Green Tea Leaf Extract (500mg)

    Regularly consumed across the world for thousands of years, Green tea is no stranger to the land of dietary supplements. It’s highly regarded for its cardiovascular benefits, but it’s also be shown to be a rather effective fat loss aid, primarily due to one of its catechins, EGCG.

    Chaos’ green tea extract is standardized for 98% polyphenols, 75% catechins, 45% epigallocatechin gallate, which is ideal, as EGCG promotes lipolysis and increases calorie expenditure.[7,8]

  • L-Tyrosine (500mg)

    Chaos Fred Biggie Smalls

    Need to get shredded in a hurry for a show? Chaos has you covered.

    Tyrosine is a nonessential amino acid that increases noradrenaline and dopamine, which helps fight off the “brain fog” that come come with dieting. Plus, tyrosine also helps lower stress and anxiety.[9,10]

    What’s really neat about Tyrosine’s inclusion in Chaos is that it improves some of the “neurobiological disturbances” associated with diet restriction (i.e. increased mental performance, memory, data processing, etc.).[11]

    L-Tyrosine is good in combination with ALCAR, often seen in stimulant-free focus formulas together. But we’re about to take a left turn from that right here:

  • Caffeine (300mg)

    Let’s face it, dieting sucks and can zap you of just about all your energy, due to the decreased calorie intake. To remedy your lacking energy levels, Apollon has included a stout 300mg caffeine in Chaos to keep you up and at ‘em even when you’re on poverty macros.

    Plus, caffeine also assists with weight loss by increasing fat oxidation and suppressing appetite — both of which pay big dividends during dieting.

    When we covered Apollon earlier, we highlighted their popular Hooligan pre workout with 600mg caffeine! Needless to say, you CAN NOT mix that with this!

    If you need to stay lower caffeine, just remember that each Chaos capsule contains 75mg caffeine.

  • Advantra Z® (60mg)

    Advantra Z

    Advantra Z is the most popular bitter orange extract, and brings several stimulant constituents to the party, most notably Synephrine!

    Advantra Z® is a citrus aurantium extract standardized for its synephrine content. Each serving of Chaos supplies 60mg of the powerful beta-2 adrenergic receptor agonist.

    Advantra Z® effectively increases energy levels while at the same time helping blunt fatigue. It also decreases your rate of perceived exertion too![12,13,14] More importantly, synephrine accelerates fat burning by way of stimulating lipolysis. Here, your body will use fat for fuel, thus sparking your glycogen for when it’s really needed.

    This is a nice dose, and is likely what will get you going if the caffeine doesn’t. It’s also why it’s imperative to start at the two capsule dose per the label’s recommendation!

  • Paradoxine® (50mg)

    Can you feel the burn? You will once you get some of this ingredient!

    Paradoxine® is a trademarked and patented Grains of Paradise extract proven to increase energy expenditure and mobilize fat from brown adipose tissue (BAT).[15] This turns up the temperature on “fat-burning” so you can torch extra calories all while just sitting around the house!

    If you want even more info on Paradoxine®, check out our in-depth article titled Grains of Paradise: Fat Fighting Spice of the Goddesses.

    This is our favorite non-stimulant fat burning ingredient, and we’re excited to see it in here!

  • Capsaicin (50mg)

    Capsaicin in Hot Peppers

    Capsaicin, one of the proven fat-burning ingredients in the formula, comes from hot peppers

    Get ready for another heat wave, courtesy of this cayenne pepper alkaloid!

    Chile peppers are a wonderful food, they taste great, add some spice to your food, increase thermogenesis and decrease appetite, provided you can handle the heat.[16] Capsaicin is a component found in cayenne pepper (and other hot chiles) that’s responsible for these thermogenic and lipolytic effects.[17]

    All we can say is, get ready to sweat when taking Chaos!

  • Theobromine (50mg)

    Finally, we have caffeine’s “little brother” theobromine. Extracted from Theobroma Cacao, theobromine is structurally similar to caffeine and exerts a similar stimulatory effect in the body, though not quite as powerful as caffeine. But, what theobromine lacks in immediate “punch” it makes up for by providing a smoother, longer-lasting energy than it’s more well known big brother.[18]

Dosing

Apollon Nutrition Claudia

Cutting weight for a fight like Apollon athlete and MMA superstar Gadelhauf? Chaos can help!

To assess your tolerance, take 2 capsules with 8 oz. of water once per day. Once your tolerance has been assessed, take 4 capsules 2 times daily 30-60 minutes before meals.

Takeaway

Is it getting hot in here? No, it’s just Chaos’ temperature-elevating ingredient panel that’s got everyone feeling a little steamy. The synephrine, Paradoxine, and capsaicin are going to get you heated up without doubt, but the ALCAR and L-Tyrosine will keep you focused and on the level.

This edgy, hardcore brand has delivered a solid weight loss supplement to the masses, and now we just need to see what else the brand has up their sleeve.

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References

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  8. Effects of the long term ingestion of tea catechins on Energy Expenditure and Dietary fat oxidation in healthy subjects
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  12. Exercise was easier 83% of the time – and no significant adverse events occurred – following use of a performance-enhancing dietary supplement containing Advantra Z. Human Pharmacology of a Performance-Enhancing Dietary Supplement Under Resting and Exercise Conditions – Haller, University of California, San Francisco, British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
  13. A multi-ingredient supplement containing Advantra Z increased energy production and fat oxidation.
  14. A multi-ingredient product containing Advantra Z reduced fatigue and curbed appetite in overweight adults without serious adverse events.
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