SUPPORT MUSCLE BUILDING
- Maximize Muscle Growth*
- Enhance HGH Production*
- Increase Muscle Stamina*
- 2.5 Grams Per Serving
HIGH QUALITY BETAINE ANHYDROUS
If you’re looking to add a boost to your existing muscle building regimen, Transparent Lab’s Betaine Anhydrous is just the supplement you’re looking for. Each bottle is designed to provide high quality Betaine Anhydrous, a compound derived from the amino acid choline, that helps boost your endocrine profile for optimized muscle growth.* Mix it in with your current pre-workout supplement for an added edge on muscle performance.
Betaine Anhydrous is a powerhouse ingredient, also referred to as trimethylglycine or “TMG”. This naturally occurring molecule, typically found in plants, is derived from the amino acid choline. Betaine Anyhdrous plays a vital role in regulating homocysteine production, and may increase nitric oxide levels, therefor increasing vasodialation and blood flow to muscular tissue.* Betaine Anhydrous may also effect interactions regarding hormones, raising IGF-1 and GHG serum levels.* Both hormones are crucial to building muscle size and strength.
Transparent Lab’s Betaine Anhydrous delivers a whopping 2.5 grams per serving, in an easy to mix powder form, so you can add it to your favorite pre-workout blends. Perfect for the athlete looking for a competitive boost on their physique, or the avid gym goer looking to enhance their training and performance.
-  Trepanowski, John F., et al. The effects of chronic betaine supplementation on exercise performance, skeletal muscle oxygen saturation and associated biochemical parameters in resistance trained men. The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 25.12 (2011): 3461-3471. Retrieved on 23 Mar. 2017.
-  Messadek, Jallal. Modulation of nitric oxide synthases by betaines. U.S. Patent No. 8,318,805. 27 Nov. 2012. Retrieved on 23 Mar. 2017.
-  Lothong, Muttarin, et al. Effects of dietary betaine supplementation on back fat thickness and serum IGF-1 in late finishing pigs.The Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine 46.3 (2016): 427-434. Retrieved on 23 Mar. 2017.
* RESULTS MAY VARY