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Laxogenin found in Epibolan

by Gagan Bajwa 04 Apr 2022
Laxogenin found in Epibolan
Laxogenin is derived from Smilax Sieboldii which belongs to a group of
compounds called brassinosteroids. Brassinosteroids are responsible for the
regulation of genes and growth in plants. Some research indicates that
laxogenin can have a muscle building effect by improving protein synthesis
and increasing nitrogen retention. This leads to a faster recovery rate after
strenuous exercise.

Epicatechin is a flavonoid, found in trace amounts from some known food
sources including dark chocolate and green tea. Several studies have
discovered a number of physiological benefits that Epicatechin has when
used in conjunction with exercise. It has propensity to inhibit myostatin (a
protein in the body which limits the level of muscle growth) and can
significantly increase follistatin. As a result of this it has the ability to enhance
muscle growth and strength. Other benefits include increased nitric oxide
production, leading to improved blood flow and vascularity. It can also aid with
increased endurance and delay muscle fatigue during exercise. Therefore,
Epicatechin is a vital ingredient in this innovative formula for delivering added
muscularity and enhancing performance.

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