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Nutraceutical Facts: Physiological Basis: "Reactive hyperemia" describes the increase in muscle blood flow that occurs during high-intensity resistance exercise and produces the "pump" associated with increases in muscle size. The NITRAFLEX pre-training formula contains ingredients that in vitro, animal and clinical studies suggest possess properties that may help advanced athletes maximize energy, intensity, vascularity and reactive hyperemia (pumps) during their workouts, and provide long-term support of testosterone and nitric oxide levels in the healthy range when used as directed. Unique Properties of Some of the Key Compounds in NITRAFLEX: 1-Scoop Potency: NITRAFLEX is so potent, only 1 scoop (1 serving) is necessary. Do not exceed 1 scoop in a single 24-hour period. Do not take INTRAFLEX with 5 hours of bedtime. High Citrulline: Arginine Ratio: Arginine is a proven precursor in nitric oxide (NO), a vasodilator. What most people don't know is that arginine supplementation stimulates the activity of arginase, an enzyme that breaks down arginine. Over time, this may actually result in reduced arginine and NO levels, in turn causing your pre-workout formula to stop working. Research suggests that supplementing with a high ratio of citrulline to arginine may reduce this risk by avoiding overstimulation of arginase. Testosterone in 3 Hours: In a clinical study, calcium fructopyranose borate (CFB) was shown to increase total and free testosterone within 3 hours of a single dose equivalent to just over 2 scoops of Nitraflex. A longer-term study reported an increase in free testosterone by up to 29%. Effective Doses of Beta-Alanine: The clinically-proven performance enhancer beta-alanine was not "fairy dust" in this formula. Rather, we added an exceptionally powerful dose that you will feel working following your very first serving. (May promote slight, tingly-cerebral ...
- Nutraceutical Facts: Physiological Basis: "Reactive hyperemia" describes the increase in muscle blood flow that occurs during high-intensity resistance exercise and produces the "pump" associated with increases in muscle size