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What is it? How can it help me? Creatine is a non-essential nutrient derived from the amino acids L-arginine, glycine, and L-methionine. About 95% of the creatine in your body is found in skeletal muscle, where it’s stored as phosphocreatine….


What are they? How can they help me? Prebiotics are specific dietary fibers that are selectively used as a fuel source by healthy bacteria that reside in your colon, promoting their growth. Prebiotics  can also help reduce the ability of…


What is it? How can it help me? L-arginine is a naturally occurring amino acid that may help to increase blood flow (in some populations) and anabolic growth-hormone secretion. This helps increase lean muscle mass/strength/power, promotes faster recovery from exercise,…


What is it? How can it help me? L-glutamine is the most abundant, naturally-occurring, free amino acid found within skeletal muscle and blood. Strenuous exercise is associated with a drop in plasma glutamine levels and impaired immune function. Consuming L-glutamine…