What is Acetylcholine?
Acetylcholine (Ach) is a neurotransmitter that functions in both the central and peripheral nervous systems. It is a non-monoamine subtype, (which is common to the neurotransmitters of the noradrenergic, serotonergic, and dopaminergic systems). Instead, it is made up of two chemical groups: choline and acetyl coenzyme A (AcCoA).
- Prevents exercise-induced choline levels
- Increases endurance and research points to increase gh secretion
It is this ability to hyperhydrate cells that is also attractive to bodybuilders for slightly different reasons. Muscle pumps occur when fluid builds up in muscle cells, making them stretch to accommodate this increased volume, therefore making them appear larger and fuller.
Glycerol is hygroscopic, meaning it attracts and holds water molecules in the surrounding environment. Having extra glycerol inside you muscle cells and blood vessels will help to massively boost muscle pumps during training. One study found that glycerol increases the body’s volume of body fluids by 300 to 730ml. However, as stated above the average bodybuilder would require a significant quantity of glycerol, upwards of 30g at least, to achieve the desired effect.
- Converts food into energy
- Inhibits exercise-induced immune suppression.
- Supports Cell Metabolism
- Supports red blood cell production
- Supports Healthy Energy Levels
- Tyrosine, a precursor of catecholamine neurotransmitters, may help alleviate physical/cognitive performance decrements in humans under conditions of high physical/psychological stress.
Support thyroid function during fat loss phase or under intense physical stress
Keto Salts BHB
Helps support energy and dopamine function for better focus and endurance.
Ketones are a brain fuel. They cross the blood-brain barrier and can be used by brain cells. Not only do many people report they can "feel" ketosis, but also that they gain a boost of mental clarity and focus.
Soviet researchers found Siberian ginseng to be an excellent tonic to enhance athletic performance as well as to strengthen the body during times of stress. ... In most of these functions, ginseng, whether Siberian, Panax, or one of the other varieties, is often termed an “adaptogen.”
In conclusion, we found that the oral administration of ginseng for 6 months has a positive effect on cognitive improvement, particularly on visual memory function in Korean subjects with MCI. Our results provide clinical evidence of Panax ginseng as a cognition-enhancing medicine.