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maxTop Amino x5, as its own name suggests contains 5 key amino acids for muscle recovery of any athlete in any sport specialty.
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maxTop Amino x5, what is this and what does it in the body?:
Glutamine is an amino acid considered "non-essential", the most abundant in the muscle, where it forms about 60% of the pool of free amino acids, and the highest concentration in plasma.
Because of its important metabolic functions, it is considered a "conditional" amino acid. Glutamine is an amino acid that feeds the immune system, prevents muscle catabolism and helps muscle and liver glycogen recovery.
Stress and intense workout cause great demands of glutamine, making it an essential amino acid.
That saves essential amino acids; it promotes the supply of glucose to the brain, and improves positive nitrogen balance.
Glutamine is a natural anti-catabolic and is directly related to the levels of glutathione (the most powerful antioxidant).
It has been demonstrated by scientific studies that stimulates the secretion of growth hormone in the hour after the intake.
BCAAs act as regenerators of muscle mass, after intense efforts, have a key role as saving muscle and liver glycogen.
It has been demonstrated by scientific studies, that BCAAs maintain testosterone levels, also one of the amino acids, leucine, and increases insulin levels as well.
Beta-alanine is an amino acid having the amino group in beta position (unlike the usual amino acid found in protein foods, which is alpha-alanine. This position gives it special characteristics because, although not used by the body in protein synthesis (but, it is a function of L-alpha-alanine), that is a component of an antioxidant widely used by the muscle, named “carnosine”.
His interest in nutrition applied to sports, derives precisely from carnosine, a dipeptide that focuses on muscle and plays an important role, deadening the accumulation of hydrogen ions in the myocytes (muscle cells).
Remember, that acidosis caused by intense physical exercise is a limiting factor (which comes to paralyze the glucose metabolism).
There are preliminary studies with beta-alanine in humans, suggesting increased buffering capacity or tampon for muscle acidosis, reaching delay the onset of fatigue increasing physical performance Vitamin C is needed for repairing tissue in all parts of the body. It is used to:
• Forming the important protein used to produce skin, tendons, ligaments and blood vessels.
• To heal wounds and form scar tissue.
• Repair and maintain cartilage, bones and teeth.
Vitamin C is one of many antioxidants, which are nutrients that block some of the damage caused by free radicals. The body cannot produce vitamin C by itself, nor does it store.
Therefore, it is important to include many foods that contain this vitamin in the diet.
For many years, vitamin C has been a popular remedy for the common cold.
Disolver 12 g en 120 ml de agua, una o dos veces al día, preferiblemente antes y después del entrenamiento.