MPS+: new arrival ! Molto interessante anche l’articolo che allego! Skeletal muscle plays a role in maintaining the amino acid pools constant, especially in between meals. This amino acid pool feeds our vital tissues and organs as they regenerate.
They prevent metabolic conditions like diabetes and hypoglycemia by regulating our blood sugar levels after and in between meals
They lay a major role in protein metabolism which is critical to every part and system in your body 1
Muscle needs more energy to function. This forces your body to produce more energy which increases your basal metabolic rate (BMR) and the amount of calories you’re burning even at rest. The increased BMR helps prevent weight gain and obesity.
Our muscles house the energy centers of the body known as the mitocondria. The more muscle you have, the more mitocondria you need and the more raw energy you’re able to produce for your body to use in the form of ATP.
Energy balance is central to maintaining a healthy weight2 if we can increase the rate of ATP turnover we increase the calories we burn and we are able to lose weight while maintaining our strength and muscle mass.
Can help increase your survival rate in the case serious illness, heart attacks and the need for intense medical treatments3
Helps prevent osteoporosis or loss of bone with aging 3. References: Robert Wolfe, Essential Amino Acid Solutions for Everyone (unpublished 2016). ! #supplements#integratori#iostocon4plusnutrition#4plusscience#4pluslab#4plus#4plusresearch#4plusproducts#thesciencebehindthepassion#newhorizon#neverstoptolearn#research#laboratory#development#integratorinaturali#taste#italianstyle#italianpassion#recovery#amino#aminos#diet#essential
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