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Side Effect Sports Muscle Builder is engineered to reinforce your workout with a dual support structure.* First, we promote protein synthesis by supplying your muscles with essential bio-available elements (ingredients your muscles can absorb).* Side Effect develops powerful fusions of Creatines and AKGs with amino acid derivatives, which promote active muscle absorption.* Our second step is to maintain a constant flow of cellular energy through our exclusive Ion Pump Technology. *
Ion Pump Technology contains four key ingredients that work in sync to create our Ion Channel Transport. Fructose 6 Phosphate and Fructose 1-6 Diphosphate is a phosphorylation (bonding between fuel and a protein) of the carbon 6 and carbon 1 molecule. Since Carbon is a basic element, your cells aggressively absorb this fuel. When we couple these two power sources with Succinic Acid (a huge molecule that donates electrons) we create an energy fusion that helps push our ingredients directly into muscles.* The best way to control this fusion is with Adenosine 3-5 cyclic Monophosphate. cAMP regulates energy levels in the cell, constantly cycling from high energy to low energy and back, supporting our Ion Channel Transport throughout your workout. *
Side Effect creates a foundation starting with core building blocks you have come to expect from Intra-Workout products. Once we have our foundation, we design effective formulas with premium ingredients often unique to the sports nutrition field. Here's the science and benefits behind our dual support structure:
Fructose 6-Phosphate Molecule
Succinic Acid Molecule
Fructose 1-6 Diphosphate
GKG is an advanced Glutamine delivery system that efficiently bypasses the gut and directly enters the muscle cell, promoting superior absorption and cell volumization. *
CKG significantly aids in creatine absorption and uptake and can increase levels of creatine phosphate in the muscle, supporting work output capacity, power, recovery and muscle hydration.*
A non-polar form of creatine which is much more stable than creatine monohydrate and does not convert to creatinine in the gut, allowing easy solubility and an increase of muscle creatine levels. *
Creatine Taurinate has several critical functions. It expands your cells by helping the muscle cell itself hold more water, increasing cell volume. *This can be significant for promoting muscle building, because expanded muscle cells can boost hydration, resulting in a higher rate of protein synthesis. *
A power molecule able to donate more than one proton. This extra proton transfer gives Creatine Polyprotic an extra blast of unique muscle-expanding power.* Creatine Polyprotic is highly water soluble...pushing directly into your muscles for quick growth and extreme volumizing effects. *
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