Taurine is a very important amino acid. Taurine is regularly touted as being an osmoregulatory substance, which is the more scientific term for cell-volumising. Taurine occurs predominantly in eggs, seafood and meat; vegetarians in particularly are at risk of deficiency. Therefore, it is necessary for vegetarians to take it in the form of supplements. Individuals taking taurine experience an improvement in their digestive function and cholesterol levels. Individuals prone to exercise-induced muscle cramps often report symptomatic improvement after supplementing with taurine.
Numerous University studies have scientifically demonstrated that supplementation with Creatine Monohydrate increase strength, maximal power, delays muscular fatigue and increase total energy. Used as directed, creatine is proven to be safe and highly effective. To Maximize Creatine�s lean muscle building effects, consume extra water every day and increase your daily protein supplement such as our pure whey.
Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body, comprising more than 60% of the free amino acid pool in skeletal muscle and greater than 20% of total circulating amino acids. It is a very beneficial amino acid, the level of which can severely deplete with hard training resulting muscle catabolism (muscle loss). Supplementing with L-Glutamine during intense training phases helps prevent a drop in Glutamine levels, thereby helping to reduce muscles sureness and rebuild muscle tissue.
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