8. Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA): Conjugated linoleic acid is a type of fat that reduces the formation of fatty tissue and enhances its degradation, leading to a reduction in body fat.
9. Ursolic acid: Ursolic acid is a compound that promotes heat production by burning fat.
10. Amylopectin: Amylopectin supplements are carbohydrates that provide extra energy for the body. In addition, it is beneficial in physical recovery after exercise.
11. ‘’ Branched chain amino acids ”:
• Leucine plays an important role in muscle synthesis during physical exercise and strengthens the immune system.
• Isoleucine contributes to muscle protein synthesis and promotes muscle recovery avoiding fatigue.
• Valine promotes tissue healing.
12. Caffeine: Caffeine is a stimulant that can increase energy levels. In addition, caffeine has antioxidant properties since it is capable of eliminating oxygen radicals.
13. Catechins: Catechins have a great capacity to neutralize toxic substances produced by the body and avoid harmful effects that they have on health.
14. Chitosan: Chitosan is a fiber that promotes the feeling of satiety.
15. Coenzyme Q10: CoQ10 participates in the process of cellular respiration.
16. Chondroitin: It is involved in the formation of cartilage around the joints and is often used for osteoarthritis or predispositions to breakage of the joints, as it could delay them.
17. Curcumin: Curcuminoids increase the activity of some crucial enzymes for redox balance and reduce the oxidation of lipids present in the blood (which has a protective effect at the cardiovascular level).
18. Spirulina: Spirulina is a capable algae that provides minerals, vitamins and proteins of great nutritional value for the body. In addition, it helps control body mass index and weight.
19. Fucoxanthin: Fucoxanthin is capable of increasing the proportion of brown fat, which leads to increased thermogenesis.
20. Garcinia cambogia: Garcinia cambogia is an Indian fruit rich in hydroxycitric acid (HCA), which is credited with the ability to decrease appetite.
21. Genistein: Genistein is an antioxidant present in soybeans that has the ability to capture free radicals.
22. Glucomannan: Glucomannan is a very soluble fiber capable of capturing water, providing a feeling of satiety.
23. Glucose: Glucose, colloquially known as "sugar". Sugar is the main source of energy, transported through the blood to all cells in the body.
24. Glucosamine: Glucosamine sulfate is a natural substance present in the body and is very effective in the rehabilitation process of injuries (tendons, ligaments, cartilage and the fluid that surrounds the joints).
25. Glutamine: It is used as a supplement since its use during training helps to increase the rate of protein synthesis, prevents the breakdown of muscle proteins, helps to regenerate muscle fiber injuries, increases contraction and therefore muscle growth.
26. HMB: HMB is a naturally occurring metabolite used as a supplement as it produces beneficial effects on muscle recovery.
27. Irvingia gabonensis: Irvingia gabonensis, or African mango, is a fruit native to West Africa with high nutritional value, rich in protein and fiber.
28. L-Arginine: One of the characteristics of this amino acid is that it is involved in the dilation of blood vessels, thus improving blood flow and supply of nutrients.
29. L-Carnitine: Carnitine is a molecule involved in fat metabolism, responsible for the transfer of long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria, where their oxidation occurs.
30. L-Citrulline: L-citrulline is a non-essential amino acid, it has the ability to produce various effects that improve physical performance.
31. Lysine: Lysine is an essential amino acid, so it is necessary to incorporate it into the diet to avoid deficiencies or deficiencies. Lysine is incorporated into collagen to give it consistency, in addition, it is involved in protein synthesis, intestinal calcium absorption and is a precursor of L-carnitine.
32. L-Tyrosine: Tyrosine is a non-essential amino acid responsible for stimulating the production and release of hormones such as epinephrine, norepinephrine, and catecholamines.
33. L-Tryptophan: L-Tryptophan is an essential amino acid (the body cannot synthesize it), a precursor of serotonin, melatonin and vitamin B6 (nicotinamide). It is involved in the regulation of mood, sleep, and a general state of well-being, as it can decrease the amount of time it takes to fall asleep.
34. Magnesium: Magnesium is an essential mineral for the diet, which influences the nervous system, muscle relaxation and protein formation. It prevents muscle damage and joint injuries, in addition, it helps in the repair of ligaments and tendons.
35. Maltodextrin: Common in sports nutrition for its energy supply capacity. This has the great advantage of not producing digestive discomfort compared to the contributions of simple sugar in large quantities.
36. Melatonin: Melatonin is a hormone present in the body that is involved in the natural sleep cycle. Melatonin can reduce the time it takes to fall asleep, increase total sleep time, and improve sleep quality.
37. Methylsulfonylmethane: Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is a chemical that has been shown to be effective against arthritis, an inflammatory disease characterized by joint pain, swelling, stiffness, and redness.
38. Creatine Monohydrate: Creatine is commonly used for enhancing physical performance and increasing muscle mass in athletes and older adults. It should be noted that in combination with carbohydrates it can further increase creatine levels in the muscles.
39. Organic Nitrates: Nitrate is a precursor to nitric oxide (NO), which performs many functions in the human body, from the regulation of neurotransmission, immunity and vascular control, to alterations in oxygen consumption.
40. Omega 3: Omega-3 fatty acids are a type of polyunsaturated fat essential at any stage of life in humans, essential for the correct functioning of a large part of the biochemical processes. These fatty acids participate in the modulation of the immune response, showing an anti-inflammatory and cytoprotective effect (protection of the mucosa).
41. Chromium Picolinate: Chromium is a mineral necessary to regulate blood sugar levels and eliminate body fat. However, its assimilation into the body is quite low.
42. Proline: Proline is a non-essential amino acid, whose main function in the body is the production of collagen, related to the repair and maintenance of tendons and ligaments, essential for the osteoarticular system.
43. Protein: It is responsible for hunger, since it sends signals to the brain indicating that it needs to eat and increasing the sensation of appetite.
44. Quercetin: Quercetin is a flavonoid, a natural antioxidant with very beneficial effects on the body as it sequesters the oxygen radical and reduces the negative consequences that free radicals have on our cellular system.
45. Zinc: Zinc is considered one of the most important elements for nutrition in humans, since it plays an important role in metabolic processes such as the synthesis, storage and secretion of insulin, as well as in the action of leptin (sensation satiety).