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Regenerate and Rebuild: Franco Cavaleri Explores mTOR Activation with Thermobutyrate™


Regenerate and Rebuild: Franco Cavaleri Explores mTOR Activation with Thermobutyrate™

Franco Cavaleri shares insights on ketogenesis and the transformative power of Thermobutyrate™ after nearly two decades of dedicated study.


Activating Brown Adipose Fat

In just 24 hours, Thermobutyrate triggers accelerated activity in brown adipose fat, enhancing fat-burning capabilities. Incremental cell development and improved uncoupling protein (UCP) reveal the profound impact within a short timeframe.


Morphological Transformation

Witness the morphological change as Thermobutyrate™ activates brown fat. Franco showcases how this compound, designed to override ketone effects, prevents the shutdown of ketogenesis and thermogenesis, ultimately aiding in fat burning.


Elevating Mitochondrial Biogenesis

Thermobutyrate™'s influence extends to mitochondrial activity, indicated by increased levels of ATP5A. This signifies enhanced energy production, emphasizing the crucial role in metabolic health.


Hormone Sensitive Lipase and mTOR

Franco sheds light on the activation of hormone-sensitive lipase, the key enzyme breaking down fat. Additionally, he introduces mTOR, an enzyme in skeletal muscle, showcasing Thermobutyrate™'s role in regeneration and rebuilding at the cellular level.


Guardians of DNA Health

Beyond fat metabolism, Thermobutyrate™ activates sirtuin proteins, initiating a cascade of cellular activities that cleanse and induce regeneration, emphasizing its remarkable potential for overall body recovery.


"Thermobutyrate™ is an amazing product designed to override the effects of ketones and promote fat burning, mitochondrial biogenesis, and cellular regeneration."

For a detailed exploration, watch the full video on YouTube and delve deeper into the science at nunubioceuticals.com.



Explore Franco Cavaleri's extensive knowledge through his books at nunubioceuticals.com/nunu-books.






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