Beta Alanine

29.99 лв.


Primary Information, Benefits, Effects, and Important Facts

Beta-alanine is a modified version of the amino acid alanine.
Beta-alanine has been shown to enhance muscular endurance. Many people report being able to perform one or two additional reps in the gym when training in sets of 8–15 repetitions. Beta-alanine supplementation can also improve moderate- to high-intensity exercise performance, like rowing or sprinting.
When beta-alanine is ingested, it turns into the molecule carnosine, which acts as an acid buffer in the body. Carnosine is stored in cells and released in response to drops in pH. Increased stores of carnosine can protect against diet-induced drops in pH (which might occur from ketone production in ketosis, for example), as well as offer protection from exercise-induced lactic acid production.
Large doses of beta-alanine may cause a tingling feeling called paresthesia. It is a harmless side effect.

Things to Know

Also Known As: b-alanine, β-alanine, carnosine precursor

Do Not Confuse With: L-alanine, L-carnitine

Things to Note: If an excess is taken acutely, harmless tingling (paresthesia) will result.
Is used for: Muscle Gain and Exercise.
Is a form of: Amino Acid.
Goes Well With Creatine (additive in aspects of sports performance.

Does Not Go Well With: Taurine (may compete for uptake).

Recommended dosage, active amounts, other details

Standard daily dose: 2–5 g.

While beta-alanine is a popular ingredient in pre-workout stacks, supplementation is actually not timing-dependent.
Large doses of beta-alanine may result in a tingling feeling called paresthesia. This harmless side effect can be avoided by using a time-release formulation or by taking smaller doses (0.8–1 g) several times a day

Sources: https://examine.com/supplements/beta-alanine/


Additional information

Weight 300. kg