Amino acids and creatine
Citrulline: functions, doses, and effects
last updated: August 07, 2019
Citrulline is an amino acid with a funny name that refers back to 'Citrullus', watermelon. But don't be fooled, there are lots of beneficial properties hidden inside that can help fight fatigue and protect blood vessels in both athletes and the average person.
Your Complete Guide to Creatine Monohydrate
last updated: February 27, 2019
Creatine monohydrate is one of the most popular supplements used by people looking to build lean muscle mass, maximize performance and increase strength. What are the real benefits of creatine monohydrate? How is it taken and what are the dosages? Does creatine monohydrate has any side effects?
What are the differences between BCAA 8:1:1, 4:1:1 and 2:1:1?
last updated: March 01, 2018
Essential branched chain amino acids (bcaa) are of particular importance for athletes as they act as an energy and anti-catabolic substrate. On the market there are several BCAA supplements with different ratios of L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine. Especially 8:1:1, 4:1:1 and 2:1:1.
AminoDEX®: essential amino acids for post-workout recovery
last updated: May 31, 2017
AminoDEX® is the latest model of nutritional supplements from Yamamoto® Nutrition. It is an innovative type of food supplement, with essential amino acids of vegetable origin obtained using the Kyowa® fermentation method.
What is Taurine: effects and properties
last updated: September 23, 2015
Taurine is an amino acid which is often used in supplements thanks to its stimulating properties. But is this really its function? The properties and beneficial effects of L-Taurine amino acid.
Sustamine: a new supplement for cellular hydration
last updated: September 04, 2015
Alanyl-glutamine, better known as sustamine, is a dipeptide which binds glutamine and alanine, resulting in a very stable form with a high level of solubility: let's learn about its benefits
Creatine in sports: use, benefits and side effects
last updated: March 27, 2015
An in-depth analysis of creatine, one of the most famous and commonly used active ingredients in sports, analysing its properties and effectiveness, directions for use, side effects and the differences between various types of creatine.
Glutamine: what does it do and when to take it?
last updated: March 12, 2015
Glutamine is a very special amino acid because our body is able to produce it in cases of need. However, in cases of very intense stress such as heavy sports training it may be necessary to resort to a supplement.