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Natural Strength's patent pending formula uses a proprietary blend which incorporates 5a Hydroxy Laxogenin. The active ingredients in Natural Strength Enhancement Series mimic the effects of one of the most popular anabolic hardening agents known – Anavar* – without any of the dangerous side effects noted with its use. Its biggest benefit is the ability to increase protein synthesis well over 200% without any effect on testosterone or estrogen. This makes Natural Strength safe and effective for both men and women. Not only does Natural Strength provide a large dose of the powerful 5a, This product is safe for sport, competition, and all athletic uses! To increase the efficiency of the compounds Natural Strength now uses DR acid defense capsules to ensure the best absorption possible, which means unlike other products on the market, the compound safely reaches your small intestine intact without significant breakdown from harmful stomach acids. This equals better and quicker results with less frequent dosage.
The newest addition to the benchmark Natural Strength formula is (-)- Epicatechin (95%). Epicatechin has a wide variety of benefits not only for athletic performance but also for overall health. It is a strong antioxidant found primarily in cocoa and tea and is one reason for the popularity of dark chocolate. It also functions as a Myostatin inhibitor and this is where it shines in the realm of fitness and bodybuilding. Suppression of Myostatin in the body results in vast increases in muscle mass and this comes without the harmful side effects of anabolic steroids and prohormones. Epicatechin also protects against the loss of muscle and so users can experience longer lasting effects of the increased gains. This means whether you are attempting to build muscle or just lose weight, this ingredientwill increase effectiveness and allow you to get leaner than you ever have before. Natural Strength now has ingredients that can help athletes and non athletes who are simply looking to lose weight while kick starting their lifestyle change.
Natural Strength Enhancement Series ingredients also have the ability to balance cortisol levels (also known as the fat storing, muscle wasting 'stress hormone'). When we diet in an attempt to lose weight our cortisol levels skyrocket, leading to a loss of muscle tissue and a slow down of our metabolic rate. This can cause additional lost muscle and a stop in the loss of body fat, making it easier to gain more fat. Natural Strength Enhancement Series prevents this by balancing cortisol levels – even while on a strict diet. This means all your effort and dedication will lead to a preservation of your hard-earned muscle tissue and eradication of ugly fat deposits.
Natural Science Creation is committed to providing safe, effective, products all manufactured in a cGMP facility under the strictest health and safety guidelines available. No ingredients used in Natural Strength Enhancement Series are banned by any sports organization in the United States and are WADA approved for Olympic Sport use. Further, as a non-hormonal adaptogen, this product will enhance all users, whether they are more interested in increasing muscle tissue strength and size or to be a body fat reduction aid.
*5a-Hydroxy Laxogenin was discovered in 1996 and shown to have an anabolic/androgenic ratio similar Anavar, but without the side effects of liver toxicity or testing positive for steroidal therapy. Athletes claim to have seen strength increases in 3-5 days, and muscle mass increases in 3-4 weeks.
Tests have shown that protein synthesis increased by over 200%, the key to lean muscle growth and accelerated repair. In testing, 5a-Hydroxy Laxogenin has balanced cortisol response, which is the major cornerstone to healthy recovery and reduction of muscle wasting.
It's also been shown to balance cortisol on calorie restricted diets, helps control glucose and increases thyroid function. "The best (published) study can be found in the journal Phytochemistry, 1971, vol. 10, pp 1339-1346. Again in 1989, same journal vol. 28, no. 9 pp 2509-2511 (laxogenin acetate). There is reference going back to 1965 in Chem. Pharm. Bull. 13(5), pp. 545-550 (laxogenin).