Blackstone Labs is at it again. This time, we’re tearing down the walls of stubborn fat reserves and raiding BMI indexes with our new secret weapon: Trojan Horse.
We all know the conventional approach to burning fat: load up on caffeine or other hard-hitting stimulants until your central nervous system is completely taxed, and then you crash hard. While a lot of people are totally okay with this, we recognize that there are others who are not a fan of feeling like their heart is going to pop out of their chest, and of course, the bane of the working person, insomnia.
Luckily for you, the brilliant mind of our Chief Science Officer, The Guerrilla Chemist has discovered a way to burn reserves of fat without any kind of stimulants. Yes, you’ve read correctly, Trojan Horse is completely stimulant free. You can take it minutes before bed and rest well, knowing that you’ll be burning fat all through the night.
Trojan Horse utilizes a cellular process known as uncoupling, one of the most powerful ways your body can burn fat. Uncoupling essentially causes your body to use much more energy than it normally would to create ATP, and this extra energy comes from the breakdown of fat. Previously, the most powerful (and harmful) fat burner of all time, 2,4-Dinitrophenol (otherwise known as DNP), used uncoupling to burn fat. Unfortunately, DNP, a former substitute for TNT and dynamite, is very toxic and produces tons of cell-damaging free radicals and organ failure.
While Trojan Horse is an uncoupler and does cause your body to breakdown fat for energy, we are proud to state that Trojan Horse is NOT TOXIC IN ANY CAPACITY WHATSOEVER.
Much like how the Achaeans used clever tactics to burn Troy to the ground, Trojan Horse uses uncoupling to trick your body into using much more energy than it actually needs for the production of ATP. This excess workload forces your body burn its reserves of fat to the ground.
Take up arms and fight the good fight against fat. Burn it to the ground with the newest addition to your arsenal: Trojan Horse!