Peer reviewed university research studies prove that carnosine counteracts the negative effects of intense physical exercise which releases large amounts of hydrogen ions causing a drop of pH with resultant muscular problems-decrease of strength/onset of fatigue. Carnosine is a dipeptide consisting of Beta Alanine and L-Histidine. The enzyme, carnosine synthetase, synthesizes these two aminos in the muscle to produce carnosine. Supplementation over a four week period will increase carnosine levels by 42% and levels continue to increase. Immediate results are noted from the first ingestion in the form of an intense pump-carnosine is the true substrate for NOS, the enzyme that generates nitric oxide.
Take 4 capsules once a day. Optimal timing is 45 minutes before a training session, preferably on an empty stomach.
You can load at 6 capsules a day for the first week.
Contains no common allergens, but is produced in a facility that processes Whey, Casein, Soy and Egg.