Capsaicin and evodiamine ingestion does not augment energy expenditure and fat oxidation at rest or after moderately-intense exercise.

@article{Schwarz2013CapsaicinAE,
  title={Capsaicin and evodiamine ingestion does not augment energy expenditure and fat oxidation at rest or after moderately-intense exercise.},
  author={Neil A. Schwarz and Mike B Spillane and Paul M La Bounty and Peter Walter Grandjean and Brian C Leutholtz and Darryn S. Willoughby},
  journal={Nutrition research},
  year={2013},
  volume={33 12},
  pages={1034-42}
}
Capsaicin and evodiamine are 2 thermogenic agents recognized for their ability to stimulate the sympathetic nervous system. We hypothesized that both capsaicin and evodiamine would be effective at increasing thermogenesis and lipid oxidation during rest and exercise. In a randomized, cross-over design, 11 men ingested 500 mg of cayenne pepper (1.25 mg capsaicin), 500 mg evodiamine, or placebo at rest following 30 minutes of energy expenditure assessment using open-circuit spirometry. Energy… CONTINUE READING
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