Anabolic Nitro X-4 Product Details:
- Folate contributes to normal amino acid synthesis, as well as the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.
- Phosphorus contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism.
- Arginine and citrulline are converted to nitric oxide (NO) in the body by enzymes called nitric oxide synthases (NOS).
Pre work-out capsules, increasing energy levels for optimal physical performance during short-term high intensity formulation further contains a unique combination of phosphates in the form of PhosPha-BLAST, assisting energy-yielding metabolism. Folic acid is added to support amino acid synthesis, amongst others. Folic acid is also required for the production of NOS.
Anabolic Nitro X-4 Supplement Facts:
Serving Size: 4 Capsules
Serving Per Container: 22
Amount Per Serving:
AAKG, L-CITRULLINE, FOLIC ACID
OF WHICH FOLIC ACID 200mcg
Sodium phosphate tribasic, Potassium
Dynamic Release Formula (incl. Bioperine) 200mg
Anabolic Nitro X-4 Other Ingredients:
Coating substances: Hypromellose (HPMC), Propyleenglycol.
Anabolic Nitro X-4 Recommended Use:
Take 3-4 capsules 30 minutes before breakfast or morning workout. Take another 3-4 capsules 30 minutes before lunch or afternoon workout. For best results, combine with Creatine X4.
Cycle: Use continuously for 8 weeks. For best results stop use for two weeks and repeat cycle. Do not use Glutamic Acid supplements (especially dosages exceeding 10g) simultaneously with this product as it may neutralise the effects of Anabolic NITRO-X4.
Pycnogenol (patented formula) is also another potent anti oxidant which is a natural extract from plant and originates from bark of French maritime pine trees. Additionally, this extract stimulates the enzymes endothelial NO synthase (eNOS) which increases production of NO from the molecule l-arginine. This has been scientifically shown to increase vasodilation, resulting in increased blood microcirculation. A further benefit is that in clinical trials it was shown to reduce the healing times required of damaged tissue, reduce pain and cramping in training.