Restor with SR CarnoSyn—a highly bioavailable, extended-release beta-alanine. Healthy aging, overall health and wellbeing!
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- Only NDI-Status Beta-Alanine on the Market
- Attacks Free Radicals
- Promotes Healthy Aging
- Vegan Source of Carnosine
- Protect & Enhances Cellular Function
Healthy Aging, and Overall Health and Wellbeing
SR CarnoSyn helps your body create carnosine—a powerful antioxidant that attacks free radicals and protects the body's systems. By protecting and enhancing general cellular function in the body, carnosine promotes brain health, heart health, muscle function and bone health!
Beta-Alanine and Carnosine for Physical Performance
Carnosine is a powerful antioxidant that attacks free radicals and helps improve physical performance. As we age, we produce less carnosine, and beta-alanine provides the body with a highly bioavailable (and vegan-friendly) way to produce carnosine.1
Beta-Alanine and Improved Muscle Function
Taking beta-alanine promotes healthy muscle function. A study that observed the effects of beta-alanine supplementation on older adults demonstrated an improvement in muscle function and overall phyiscal capacity.3
Beta-Alanine for Regulating Blood Sugar
Carnosine was shown in studies to improve insulin response when checked two hours after taking carnosine orally.
Beta-Alanine (as SR CaronSyn): Sustained-release beta-alanine that produces carnosine in the body. Carnosine is a powerful antioxidant that attacks free radicals and protects and ehnahces cellular function in the body.
As a dietary supplement, take 2 tablets 2 times a day
- ß-Alanine supplementation increased physical performance and improved executive function following endurance exercise in middle aged individuals
- Oral nutritional supplement fortified with beta-alanine improves physical working capacity in older adults: A randomized, placebo-controlled study
- Effects of Carosine Supplementation on Glucose Metabolism: Pilot Clinical Trial