What supplement does a power lifter a pig and a horse have in common? BETAINE!!
Well what does a vitamin used primarily for digestion have to do with weight lifting and athletics? EVERYTHING
Naturally found in food sources such as spinach and whole grains, this magic supplement is generally used to control homocysteine levels, a non-protein amino acid, that’s regulated by enzymes. High levels are a risk factor for stroke and neuro-degenerative diseases.
Also know as Trimethlgylcine (TMG), studies have shown that usage has increased strength, muscle mass and lowered body fat. A six week study on strength training athletes showed an improvement in body composition, arm size, bench press and power.
Aside from gaining the lean mass of a horse, it’s also shown to oxidize fat lipids (fat loss). Coming to the aid of alcohol induced fatty liver disease by preventing ethanol. This blessed little vitamin also showed an increased appetite and improved digestive efficiency and in our four legged friends it has increase lean muscle mass and reproductive abilities!
Betaine is not only used for the pluses offered to bodybuilders, its imperative to intestinal function and cell production.
Protecting DNA and kidneys. It’s increased low plasma –contains proteins needed to clot blood, and transports substances through the blood. Aiding people with blood related diseases.
Other uses include: Decreased fat tissue, neurological development, dry mouth, fat degeneration, reduced liver triglycerides and liver lipidosis, cholesterol and so much more!!!