Beta Charge 150g MRI
    • Beta Charge 150g MRI

    MRI, Beta Charge 150g

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    • 1.6 Grams of Beta-Alanine
    • Charge Your Workout, Re-Charge For the Next Round 
    • Performance
    • Athlete Competitive Series
    • Stimulant Free
    • High Intensity Training Formula
    • Helps Buffer Muscle Fatigue 
    • High Leucine Ratio for Protein Synthesis
    • Supports Aerobic & Anaerobic Training 
    • 100% All Natural Flavor & Sweetener 
    • 3.2 Grams of CarnoSyn Beta Alalnine Per 2 Packets 
    • 1 Serving
    • Dietary Supplement 

    High Intensity Training Optimizer

    This is high intensity performance support in a bottle. Each peak-powered dose of Beta Charge is fully packed with an efficacious load of CarnoSyn Beta Alanine, an 8:1:1 Leucine-rich BCAA profile, plus sodium & potassium bicarbonates. Go ahead, train to the max- Beta Charge has got you covered. This dynamic formula is precision engineered to delay muscle fatigue and help reduce muscle soreness, while engaging muscle protein synthesis.

    Serving Size: 1 (5 g) 
    Serving Per Container: 15
     Amount Per Serving%DV
    Calories 10 
    Total Carbohydrates 2 g1%‡
    Sodium (from Sodium Bicarbonate)10 mg<1%
    Potassium (from Potassium Bicarbonate)35 mg1%
    CarnoSyn Beta Alanine 1600 mg **
    L-Leucine500 mg**
    L-Isoleucine 62.5 mg**
    L-Valine 62.5 mg **
    ‡ Percent Daily Value (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. 
    **Daily Value not established.

    Other Ingredients

    Maltodextrin, natural flavor (fruit punch), citric acid, malic acid, stevia extract, silicon dioxide.

    No: Milk, egg, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, wheat, peanuts, soybeans, gluten, yeast, artificial colors or flavors, added sugar or preservatives.

    Warnings

    Consult your healthcare professional prior to use if you have or suspect a medical condition, are taking prescription drugs, are allergic to corn, or are pregnant or lactating.

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