Citrulline Malate 2000 Container
THE SCIENCE 1THE SCIENCE 2 SUPPLEMENT FACTSRECOMMENDED USETHE SCIENCE 1 Increase Energy and Endurance Citrulline can modulate enzymes involved in glycogen breakdown, glycogenolysis, and enzymes that convert glucose to ATP through glycolysis. This action shifts muscle from aerobic to anaerobic metabolism, reducing the rate at which the body uses up ATP and phosphocreatine, while also...


Betaine 2500 Container
THE SCIENCESUPPLEMENT FACTSRECOMMENDED USETHE SCIENCE Healthy Hormone Support Betaine Anhydrous has been shown to lower homocysteine levels and modulate healthy hormone levels. Muscle Growth Support In a recent study, supplementation with 2.5 grams of Betaine per day was found to support muscle growth and improved body composition. Fat Loss Support Research suggests that betaine has...


Carnitine 750 Bottle
THE SCIENCESUPPLEMENT FACTSSUPPLEMENT FACTSTHE SCIENCE Athletic Performance Support L-carnitine can support exercise and athletic performance by way of its actions on healthy muscle glycogen storage and ATP production. L-carnitine may also support performance by helping with the buffering capacity of muscles during exercise. Muscle Recovery Support L-carnitine aids the muscle recovery process through improvement of...


Agmatine 500 Container
THE SCIENCESUPPLEMENT FACTSRECOMMENDED USETHE SCIENCE Before we get into how agmatine works, we need to understand the basics of NO and the nitric oxide synthase (NOS) enzymes. NO is a signaling molecule and is involved in the regulation of the cardiovascular, nervous and immune systems. The regulation and function of NO is dependent on the...


Branched Chain Amino Acids BCAA Container
THE SCIENCESUPPLEMENT FACTSRECOMMENDED USETHE SCIENCE Leucine Numerous scientific studies suggest the positive effects that BCAAs can have on protein synthesis (muscle growth). BCAAs stimulate protein synthesis through multiple pathways. One of the major mechanisms by which BCAAs stimulate protein synthesis is through leucine’s activity in the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) pathway.* Several human studies...
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