Its finally here!!!
I know you have all heard the rumors...
And let me tell you they are all true!!!!...
Taurus Nutrition has Redefined the HCG D-AA AXIS!
HCG is typically abused and used by people for increasing testosterone either after a cycle or to increase natural testosterone levels.
D-Aspartic Acid (DAA) is a naturally occuring amino acid and has been proven to increase testosterone.
What we have done at TN is discovered the perfect compliment to D-Aspartic Acid which will act like HCG in the body.
We present to you.......
D-Aspartic Acid is well known to increase testosterone production. We wanted to see if we could get an improvement on this and boost testosterone levels even higher along with increasing growth hormone as well.
Lactate is a little known stimulator of hormones. It is theorized that after strenuous exercise, the body dumps a small amount of lactate into the blood as a signal mechanism to tell it to increase the supply of muscle building hormones. This signaling pathway makes total sense when you think about it! Lactate increased testicular production of testosterone similar to HCG. Also may have a profound effect on growth hormone.
This is why we say that this product truly is exercise in a bottle from a hormonal perspective. People are coming around to the understanding that blood lactate is indeed a potent stimulator of hormones.
"Lactic acid does not cause that dreaded burning sensation during intense exercise. When lactic acid is made it’s split into lactate ion (lactate) and hydrogen ion. Hydrogen ion is the bad guy, the acid in lactic acid that interferes with electrical signals in nerve and muscle tissue. And lactic acid is not responsible for any muscle soreness felt the next day or two after a hard workout. That is caused by muscle damage and post-exercise tissue inflammation."
So you see, it's not lactate it's the H- that causes the muscle "burn". You get the benefits of the lactate without the negatives of the H atom!
We looked for the best form of Lactate to give with our D-AA. Well, luckily we found a supplier of Calcium Lactate which gives us both lactate and calcium. Calcium is an important cofactor in testosterone production. Now, perhaps you need more calcium but then again perhaps not...
• D-Aspartic Acid
is well studied in cellular metabolism to boost testosterone production via important testicular enzymes. • Lactate
is a signaling molecule used by the body after intense exercise to stimulate growth and hormone release.
• Lactacte has been shown in preliminary studies to work in conjunction with D-Aspartic Acid
to increase testosterone production, as well as increasing IGF-1
and Growth Hormone Levels.
1 Full Month Supply
Servings Per Container:
2 Scoops (Filled to Fill Line) Equals:
3g D-Aspartic Acid
1.5g Calcium Lactate (Supplying 1.3g Lactate)
Fill Scoop To Serving Line For Each Dose. Take 2 Scoops (Filled Only To Scoop Fill Line) Per Day On An Empty Stomach Between Meals Divided Into Two Doses. Cycle Off The Product For At Least 1 Week After Each Container.
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