Common supplements – Beta-Alanine 07

Beta-Alanine 07 #Beta-Alanine is a non-essential amino acid and is known as the building block for #Carnosine, which is a molecule that helps #buffer acid in the muscles, therefore increasing #performance in the 60-240 second range. Carnosine is stored in cells and released in response to drops in muscle #pH Large doses of Beta-Alanine may … More Common supplements – Beta-Alanine 07

Common supplements – Carnitine 06

Carnitine 06 #Carnitine is a dipeptide made from the essential amino acids #lysine and #methionine and as a result is considered a conditionally essential amino acid! Carnitine plays a role in #energy production and transports long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria so they can be oxidised (burned) to produce ATP (energy)! #Good sources include animal … More Common supplements – Carnitine 06

Common supplements – Creatine 03

Creatine 03 Creatine is a molecule produced in the body and is stored in the #liver, #pancreas, #kidneys and also the body’s #skeletal muscles as creatine phosphate (phosphocreatine). #Phosphocreatine is the body’s main source of energy for short bursts of high intensity exercise! Creatine supplementation allows you to store creatine in the muscle (up to … More Common supplements – Creatine 03

Basic nutrition – Minerals – Phosphorus 14

Phosphorus 14 #Works with calcium to #develop/maintain strong bones and teeth and is essential for energy #metabolism, #DNA structure and #cell membranes! #Good sources include cheese, fish, beef and pork among other foods! #Recommended daily intake is around 460-1250mg! Feel free to DM me on Facebook or Instagram (just search Damon Artiss) or email me … More Basic nutrition – Minerals – Phosphorus 14