Beta Alanine - 300 g
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- Neutral taste
- Pure amino acid content
- Powder form for diverse use
- Sugar and fat free
Who is Beta-Alanine powder recommended to
- endurance athletes for pre-workout use
- those sensitive to additives
- those who like custom mixes to achieve their goals
Like all BioTech USA products, Beta-alanine powder consists of safe and carefully selected ingredients.
Boosting carnosine levels through dietary supplements is becoming more and more common among conscious athletes and bodybuilders. Beta-alanine and L-histidine amino acids work together to increase carnosine concentrations in your muscles. Carnosine can be found in skeletal muscles, primarily in type II fast twitch muscle fibres.
Mix 2 g (half a measuring spoon = half a tbsp) powder with 400 ml water or soft drink. Take two servings daily. Do not exceed recommended daily allowance.
Hello, this product can be used by athletes on plant nutrition? Thanks (Translated by Google)
Vegan The product, including boldly insertable plant-based diet. (Translated by Google)
I even bought B alanin when I felt the need. Recently I also bought a powdered composition, but after consuming it causes so strong itching and stubbornly in my whole body that I had to leave it by taking it. This extremely unpleasant feeling is about one and a half hours, I think it's absorbed during this time. Something is very nasty in it, for me unusable and worthless the "product" !!! (Translated by Google)
Basically, such an adverse reaction to Beta Alanine, but you may have used a little more than the suggested and therefore have a stronger and prolonged effect. (Translated by Google)
Do beta alanin can be mixed with L-carnitine?
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Of course, calmly! (Translated by Google)
I use your own weight, cardio workouts, very good. (Translated by Google)
Pardon because you may be tid with my question.
Do you have any difference between beta-alanine and L-phenylalanine?
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Although their names are similar but two different amino acids. Both of which are protein-building amino acids, but only the phenylalanine is considered as an essential amino acid. (Translated by Google)