August 12, 2009
This supplement improves
your strength and endurance
in just 12 weeks
Have you noticed that your strength and endurance are beginning to slip? If so, two separate studies showed that a specific type of supplement can help you increase both. And it can even improve your circulation.
The two studies looked at the impact of amino acids on both strength and stamina. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein that makes up muscle and enzymes. It's very common to lose muscle mass as you age. And this loss can cause your quality of life to deteriorate rapidly. So this is vital information for anyone over the age of 50.
In the first study, researchers gave the participants just 4 grams of amino acids twice daily for 12 weeks. They found the supplement program had a significant impact on how far the participants could walk in six minutes. The average rose from 201 meters to 226 meters. That's terrific!
The second study showed improvements in circulation and oxygen consumption with the same dose. Improvements in circulation and oxygen delivery will have a dramatic impact on both your strength and endurance.
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As we age, our digestive systems become less and less efficient. We might have less stomach acid to break down protein into amino acids. Our absorption might decline as well. Here is one case where supplementation can really help debility.
If you have any type of chronic illness or debility, you might consider branched chain amino acids (BCAA). They are important for connective tissue rebuilding. Life Extension Foundation makes an excellent product called Branched Chain Amino Acids. You can order it on their website (lef.org). Take one to two pills twice daily.
Yours for better health and medical freedom,
Ref: Am J Cardiol, 2008; 101(11A).