A proven combination of nutrients which speed the healing of injuries and wounds. Glutamine, arginine, HMB, iron & from bio spirulina and vitamin C to fasten up your recovery process after an injury or a medical procedure.
Clinical trials have shown that a proper combination of micro- and macronutrients improves healing of injuries and wounds, both chronic and acute. To sum it up, when going through an intense healing process, the best strategy is to enjoy high amounts of the ingredients listed below (besides proper nutrition, enough sleep, and positive attitude). Since we are working with serious athletes on daily basis, we are introducing the "mess kit" of 5 basic ingredients at discounted price which are used clinically to promote wound healing process:
Glutamine represents 61% of skeletal muscle and it is considered a building block of any tissue, used widely from colon tissues (used in the treatment of leaking gut, Crohn's, cancer) to the treatment of postoperative wounds.
Arginine provides metabolites that are indispensable for collagen formation, cell proliferation, and angiogenesis. It also provides energy and DNA bases in rapidly proliferating cells. As a single ingredient, it is considered the most potent wound healer, even more than glutamine.
3. VITAMIN C
Ascorbic acid is involved in all three phases of the healing process - in the inflammatory phase it is required for clearance of unwanted cells, during the proliferative phase it increases the synthesis, maturation, secretion and degradation of collagen, and after wounding, plasma concentration of ascorbic acid lowers naturally and supplementation can additionally promote wound healing.
4. IRON FROM SUPERFOOD
The logic behind iron supplementation is easy: more oxygen, faster wound healing! But note: Iron is accumulated in the liver, therefore, it shouldn't be used for a longer period of time! Since vitamin A (found in leafy vegetables) is also important, we recommend getting it from natural source (like spirulina)
Can this "next big thing" everyone speaks about be used to accelerate the process of healing? Definitely YES. HMB is an improved derivate of amino acid leucine and it is the starter ingredient needed to even initiate the protein synthesis. No leucine, no trigger present, no tissues formation.
Start taking these supplements right after injury or procedure (despite these supplements are proven and safe, consult your doctor regarding any influence of these supplements with medications you are taking):
GLUTAMINE: Take 0,5g per kg of body weight, divided into three portions
ARGININE: at least 5g per day and up to 10g, divided into two doses; the last should be taken separately from all others foods and supplements and taken prior to sleep due to growth factors secretion. One cap is equivalent to cca. 800mg of arginine (in form of 900mg arginine AKG)
VITAMIN C: Take 1-2g with meals.
IRON FROM SPIRULINA AND OTHER SUPPLEMENTS: Take up to 50mg if deficient or for shorter period of time, otherwise additional 14mg per day. You can take 10-50 pressed tabs of spirulina per day.
HMB: Take 3-10g, between the meals or when you skip one; one tab is 750mg of HMB