Amino acid power.
The human body is incredibly efficient. But
there are some things it can’t do on its own. While your body can
synthesize many of the 20 amino acids necessary for human health, nine of
those, known as essential amino acids, must be acquired through diet.
Dietary protein supplies your body with the additional amino acids it
needs for the production of essential amino acids, which are, in turn, the
building blocks of proteins.
Originally formulated for physicians,
Symbiotropin® was designed to help support the body’s endocrine (hormone)
system. But, when word got out about its powerful support for protein
synthesis, Symbiotropin quickly became the must-have performance
Feeding your body.
Amino acids after exercise promote protein
synthesis while limiting protein breakdown. This process improves net
muscle balance, and supporting it with the proper nutrition promotes
muscle recovery and growth.
For the serious athlete working out hard
and getting the heart pumping, adequate protein intake is essential.
The minimum daily requirement for each individual will vary according to
weight, age, sex and your level of activity. However, if you don’t get
enough dietary protein, you may experience fatigue, hormone level
irregularities, and loss of hair, skin tone and muscle mass. And that’s
not good when your goal is strength and performance.
Athletes around the world have used
Symbiotropin to help keep them feeling strong, powerful and ready to
perform. Symbiotropin is an effervescent drink that works best when dosage