Endurance and Energy Booster:
Intra Gold is a multi-faceted performance matrix that aids in maintaining focus and energy levels while training.
Intra Gold is packed with Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs), Vitamin B6, and electrolytes. BCAAs are dosed in the optimal 2:1:1 ratio. They supply additional fuel which preventing the body from breaking down muscle for energy. Vitamin B6 creates energy for the body by converting food into fuel. When combined, they provide sustained energy to power through intense training sessions. Electrolytes keep you hydrated and keep your body in balance.
Intra Gold has L-Carnitine to aid in recovery. It produces over 50% less exercise induced muscle damage. LOLA (L-Ornithine L-Aspartate) is added to amplify the removal of ammonia. Research studies show that when used in combination with BCAA’s, supplementation with LOLA significantly reduced the ammonia blood plasma levels associated with intense exercise, letting you push yourself further and harder than ever before.2
Intra Gold contains Taurine, which helps increase mental focus. In studies performed on athletes, it has been proven to decrease mental exhaustion by 17%.3 Betaine is added for its ability to significantly increase growth hormone levels and decrease cortisol.4 Betaine also has the added benefit of promoting vascular health by significantly reducing homocysteine levels.4
- J.S. et al. "L-Carnitine l-tartrate supplementation favorably affects markers of recovery from exercise stress".American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism Published 1 February 2002 Vol. 282 no. 2, E474-E482 DOI: 10.1152/ajpendo.00277.2001
- Mikulski, Tomasz, et al. "Effects of supplementation with branched chain amino acids and ornithine aspartate on plasma ammonia and central fatigue during exercise in healthy men." Folia Neuropathologica 53.4 (2015): 377-386.
- Hollands, Marjorie A., J. R. Arch, and M. A. Cawthorne. "A simple apparatus for comparative measurements of energy expenditure in human subjects: the thermic effect of caffeine." The American journal of clinical nutrition 34.10 (1981): 2291-2294.
- Alfthan, G., Tapani, K., Nissinen, K., Saarela, J. and Aro, A. (2004) ‘The effect of low doses of betaine on plasma homocysteine in healthy volunteers’,British Journal of Nutrition, 92(4), pp. 665–669. doi: 10.1079/BJN20041253.