AstraGin™ works by increasing the number of specific compounds and nutrients the body can absorb at any one time. It does this by increasing the quantity of specialised molecules which are responsible for the absorption of critical nutrients and ingested compounds. Studies have revealed that the availability of specific compounds known to enhance training performance, including amino acids, vitamins, and proteins, leads to an increase in uptake. Specifically, the absorption of the amino acids Arginine, Lysine, Citrulline, and Histidine have all been shown to improve in the presence of Astragin by up to 43%, whilst also showing to repair the health of intestinal walls, where absorption of nutrients takes place.
Above all of this, AstraGin™ has also been shown to improve the production of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) by 18%, increase insulin sensitivity by 38%, and increase glucose absorption by 57%.
How to consume
While taking AstraGin™ can have a host of benefits on one’s wellbeing, it is best to consume prior to working out because of its ability to increase absorption of key amino acids, which increases nitric oxide levels in the human body. This ensures that you are taking advantage of the enhanced blood flow, resulting in improved nutrient transportation and muscular pumps. With improved glucose absorption as well, taking AstraGin™ prior to working out will also ensure you are provided with sufficient energy levels to participate in demanding physical activity.
The effects of AstraGin™ take place as soon as it enters the bloodstream, however, it is recommended to take AstraGin™ consistently to build up adequate stores of this ingredient in order to see the long-term benefit. For those seeking the benefits of improved quality of training and recovery, AstraGin™ should be taken approximately 30 minutes prior to working out. Alternatively, if taking AstraGin™ for general health and wellbeing, AstraGin™ can be taken at any time of the day and should be taken daily as it has a life of approximately 24 hours in the human body.