Increases the amount of muscle and brown fat and decreases white fat
Ursolic Acid is a chemical compound found in apple waxes. Ursolic Acid was first identified in 1920, when it was found in fruit skins and herbs such as rosemary and thyme.
In vitro studies have linked Ursolic Acid to a number of health benefits: it can inhibit the proliferation of various types of cancer cells and decrease the proliferation of cancer cells. It has the ability to increase the amount of muscle and brown fat while decreasing the white fat in your body.