Gainer LEVRONE ANABOLIC MASS is an exceptional combination of a complex of complete proteins and carbohydrates, supplemented with a number of valuable additives. The supplement has been prepared for people aiming to increase their body mass and develop a muscular physique, especially fans of intensive strength and endurance training. The formula has been enriched with e.g. creatine monohydrate, DAA, HMB, fenugreek extract or taurine, providing multidimensional support in even the most intensive efforts to increase muscle mass and strength. The nutrient, in the form of an easily dissolvable powder, makes it possible to prepare an exceptionally tasty shake, which will help you meet the objectives of your nutrition plan and balanced diet.
What are the advantages of LEVRONE ANABOLIC MASS ingredients?
• A multi-ingredient gainer prepared for everyone who loves uncompromising solutions and doesn’t want to invest in additional half-measures!
• As much as 30 g of wholesome protein per serving – a complex containing as many as 5 different forms of protein with diversified kinetics of digestion and rate of absorption.
• Protein contributes to muscle growth and maintenance and supports healthy bones[1,2,3].
• A valuable combination of simple and complex carbohydrates – components which support glycogen resynthesis and proper muscle function, especially after intensive and prolonged exercise[2,3,4].
• HMB may prove to be a valuable element of everyday diet in the context of working on lean muscle mass[2,5].
• Creatine has an effect on increasing physical performance in the case of short-term and intense exercise, and when combined with protein, it can promote muscle mass growth[3,6,7].
• Taurine is an amino acid that may prove important in combating oxidative stress[2,8].
• Fenugreek extract may have valuable benefits for sexual fitness and libido[9,10].
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2. Kerksick, Chad M., et al. “ISSN exercise & sports nutrition review update: research & recommendations.” Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 15.1 (2018): 1-57.
3. Komisji, Rozporządzenie. “Nr 432/2012 z dnia 16 maja 2012 r. ustanawiające wykaz dopuszczonych oświadczeń zdrowotnych dotyczących żywności, innych niż oświadczenia odnoszące się do zmniejszenia ryzyka choroby oraz rozwoju i zdrowia dzieci.” Dz. Urz. UE L1 36: 1-40.
4. Burke, Louise M., et al. “Carbohydrates for training and competition.”Journal of sports sciences 29.sup1 (2011): S17-S27.
5. Wilson, Jacob M., et al. “International society of sports nutrition position stand: beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate (HMB).” Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 10.1 (2013): 1-14.
6. Kreider, Richard B., et al. “International Society of Sports Nutrition position stand: safety and efficacy of creatine supplementation in exercise, sport, and medicine.” Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 14.1 (2017): 1-18.
7. Jagiełło, Władysław, Marek Kruszewski, and Jakub Banach. “Effects of creatine supplementation on body mass and muscle girths in bodybuilders.” Biomedical Human Kinetics 2.2010 (2010): 47-50.
8. De Carvalho, Flávia G., et al. “Taurine: a potential ergogenic aid for preventing muscle damage and protein catabolism and decreasing oxidative stress produced by endurance exercise.” Frontiers in physiology 8 (2017): 710.
9. Steels, Elizabeth, Amanda Rao, and Luis Vitetta. “Physiological aspects of male libido enhanced by standardized Trigonella foenum‐graecum extract and mineral formulation.” Phytotherapy Research 25.9 (2011): 1294-1300.
10. Gupta, A., R. Gupta, and B. Lal. “Effect of Trigonella foenum-graecum (Fenugreek) seeds on glycaemic control and insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes.” J Assoc Physicians India 49 (2001): 1057-61.