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Biotest  Beta-7

Biotest Beta-7

Biotest Beta-7

Biotest suggest that Beta Alanine (the active ingredient in Beta-7) may well be the next creatine. This non essential amino acid, when consumed in a timed release format may offer significant benefits for muscle development.

Biotest's Product Description:

We've heard it before: this supplement or that supplement stands to be the next creatine.

Only it never does pan out to be the next creatine. Worse, whatever it was that initially prompted such lofty comparisons usually gets dumped to the back of history's medicine cabinet, forgotten and eventually discarded.

But this time, this time, I think we've got it.

In many ways, Biotest's BETA-7 is reminiscent of creatine in that it allows you to do more work, and all things being equal, more work means more muscle. Like creatine, it works for just about everybody, and there's usually no guesswork involved: you know it's working; the results are concrete.

What's more, BETA-7 also works for endurance athletes. Soon, no one, professional or amateur, strength athlete or endurance athlete, will dream of training or competing without it.

Like creatine, it's found naturally in the body, and by giving the body more of this substance, it allows the body to do more work.

Sweet, elegant, if I do say so myself.

The active ingredient in BETA-7 is called beta-alanine.

The trouble is, up until now, there's been a fly in the ointment concerning the proposed use of conventional beta-alanine:

If you take it once a day, it's not very effective.

If you take it twice a day, it's not very effective.

If you take it three times a day... you guessed it, it's not very effective.

In fact, ordinary, run of the mill beta-alanine must be taken 4 to 8 times a dayfor it to work effectively, but Biotest bludgeoned that problem to smithereens with a cool drug-delivery technique, making BETA-7 a time released beta-alanine (more on that later).

Beta-alanine already has a list of research studies behind it that might soon match that of creatine's in length and sc...

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*Primary Active ingredients may vary from country to country.
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