N-Methyl-tyramine sounds like a mouthful but this compound is absolutely incredible for energy and fat-burning! L-Tyramine is a trace amine derived from the popular amino acid, Tyrosine, and this is actually L-Tyramine “on meth”, or methyl, that is. So what’s it doing in iForce Nutrition Dexaprine? Well, first off it’s a naturally occurring compound coming from sources such as barley and Citrus aurantium.

What is N-Methyl-Tyramine?

N-Methyl-Tryamine (NMT) is formed by adding a “methyl” group to a well-known biogenic amine, L-Tyramine. Nope, it’s not a synthetic ingredient. Plants can actually make NMT by using the enzyme tyramine N-methyltransferase. Extracting NMT from plants is cheaper than synthetically creating NMT. Most common methods of creating it in a lab includes heating acids at 250 degree Celsius and using acetic anhydride – stuff you don’t want in your body – so we stick to the natural extracts!

A Great Source of N-Methyl-Tyramine – Citrus Aurantium


Immature fruits of Citrus Aurantium – Extracts iForce Dexaprine

You’ve probably heard of one of the natural plant extracts found in iForce Nutrition Dexaprine. The “bitter orange” of Citrus aurantium contains a lot of NMT. The extract is obtained from immature fruits to get a sufficient amount.

There are other plant sources of NMT but so far iForce Nutrition found the Citrus aurantium to be the best source. One advantage is that there are many compounds found in Citrus aurantium that can help you burn fat. They work great with N-Methyl-Tyramine and don’t have any drug interactions because they are naturally find together in Citrus aurantium!

What can N-Methyl-Tyramine Do?

iForce Nutrition had several natural things added into Dexaprine. They rely on naturally activating receptors in the body to help induce fat loss. You might have read of compounds like Rauwolscine and Synephrine that can activate Beta receptors. The receptors are responsible for the release of specific hormones that can help burn off fat. These are epinephrine, norepinephrine, glucagon and more.

N-methyl-tyramine or 4-hydroxy-N-methylphenethylamine is another phenethylamine alkaloid that can trigger beta receptors. Many studies have found that NMT can increase cGMP and cAMP. cAMP is important because an increase means you can get large amounts of epinephrine and glucagon naturally! This is a major part of your body’s energy equation – and as we know, creating energy oftentimes means burning fat when using a proper diet, such as the one offered free on the right side of this page.

Benefits of Activating Beta Receptors with N-Methyl-tyramine

iForce Nutrition is focusing on stimulating beta receptors rather than inserting compounds into our body that can have unknown effects. It’s a fact; beta receptors play a lot into lipolysis or burning fat.

Beta 1 Receptor Stimulation by N-Methyl-Tyramine

NMT can stimulate Beta 1 receptor and gain the following natural effects:

  • An increased cardiac output – helps circulate oxygen and nutrients
  • Release of Renin from the kidneys – Renin is needed for the renin-angiotensin system that helps regulate your blood pressure

Beta 2 Receptor Stimulation by N-Methyl-Tyramine

Another receptor is the Beta 2 Receptor. These are the following results with NMT stimulation found in Dexaprine:

  • Smooth muscle relaxation such as in the GI tract and Bronchus

  • Anabolism in muscles such as skeletal muscles – Very important effect! Anabolism means that your muscles are GROWING.

  • Dilates blood vessels or the arteries to skeletal muscles – Allows more blood to get in your muscles. More blood means more oxygen and fluids that allow your muscle to make use of fat for energy.

  • Glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis – These two simply mean one thing, N-methyl-tyramine will FLOOD your body with energy! What’s more important is glycogen or a special form of Fat in your liver is burned off! No more fatty liver!

  • Insulin secretion – Helps a lot by making your cells more efficient in burning glucose and energy.

  • Improved brain function – Increases neurotransmitters making you think faster and react in a split second. It’s very useful in sport competitions.

Beta 3 receptor stimulation by N-Methyl-Tyramine

The last beta receptor has fewer functions than the first two. However many fat loss supplements focus on this beta receptor because it’s main function is lipolysis. It’s also weaker than the first two because it doesn’t cause changes to your cardiovascular system. No rapid pulse rate for this beta receptor.

Among the three beta receptors mentioned, NMT stimulates Beta 2 best! That means you enjoy the benefits of burning fat right off from your adipose tissue and improve your mental cognition.

Are there any Side effects of N-Methyl-Tyramine?

As far as side effects are concerned, NMT doesn’t pose much risk of cardiovascular effects. NMT has a greater affinity for Beta 2 and Beta 3 receptors unlike the Beta 1 receptor which causes palpitations.

isopropyloctopamineIn terms of stimulant activity, NMT is actually relatively weak. Used alone, you probably won’t notice much. But when compounded with the caffeine and other PEA-like compounds in Dexaprine, and you can get ready for a serious punch. Dexaprine is extremely potent because of all of the “bonus” stimulants like these.

Get that extra edge with N-Methyl-Tyramine in every cap of iForce Nutrition Dexaprine. It’s natural and effective! As always, get your doctor’s approval before beginning any new diet and/or supplementation program. A great diet is provided for you on the right side of the page for free. Also speak to your doctor if you are taking any prescription drugs before combining with any new foods or supplements.


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