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Oral Food and Health Care Additives Calcium Pyruvate For Weight Loss CAS 52009-14-0
Product Name: Calcium pyruvate (CAS NO.52009-14-0)
Molecular Formula: C6H6CaO6
Molecular Weight: 214.19g/mol
Mol File: 52009-14-0.mol
Boiling point: 165 °C at 760 mmHg
Flash Point: 54.3 °C
Enthalpy of Vaporization: 44.28 kJ/mol
Vapour Pressure: 0.968 mmHg at 25°C
Calcium Pyruvate Description
Calcium pyruvate is a nutritional supplement that combines naturally occurring pyruvic acid with calcium. While pyruvate is produced in the body and aids in the conversion of sugar and starches into energy, the two components together can help enhance the metabolism and speed up the creation of energy. Along with helping people feel more energized, using the supplement can also aid in weight loss when used along with a sensible diet and regular exercise.
Because it helps in burning fat to create more fuel for the body to use, the supplement helps to reduce fat that is stored around the abdomen and other parts of the body. The additional energy that is generated helps the body to function more efficiently and comes in handy when exercising as part of an overall health improvement regimen. In an indirect manner, this also means that calcium pyruvate aids in mental as well as physical health, since some emotional issues may have a physical connection.
How to Take Calcium Pyruvate ?
Recommended dosage, active amounts, other details
Most studies on pyruvate substituted dietary carbohydrates for pyruvate as pyruvate itself does contain calories. The dose used in studies showing most fat loss is in the range of 20-50g daily, or replacing 10-20% of caloric intake (initially from carbohydrates) with supplemental pyruvate.
The lowest effective range noted in the aforementioned studies is replacing 6-12g of carbohydrates with pyruvate, but even then the results seen with pyruvate are variable and lacklustre enough to warrant caution in buying this supplement.
Most evidence suggests that standard oral doses of Pyruvate supplementation do not have a reducing effect on weight, but the effects of high dose pyruvate during severe caloric restriction cannot be ruled out