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What is Activated Charcoal

Posted by MRI Performance on Mar 4th 2020

Charcoal. Most of us think of grilling burgers when we think of charcoal.You definitely wouldn’t think “Lemme eat that.”But activated charcoal is often used as a detoxifying or overdose agent.What is Activated CharcoalCharcoal is made using various substances including coal and wood. Through exposure to high temperatures, it becomes an activated form. Charcoal attracts poisons and toxins to its molecules and they bind to it. When this occurs, it breaks the chain of toxins and your body … read more
What is Creatine Magnapower?

What is Creatine Magnapower?

Posted by MRI Performance on Sep 24th 2019

What is Creatine Magnapower?Creatine is a common term in the athletic world. It is likely the most well-researched supplement with studies supporting that it builds lean muscle, improves recovery, increases endurance and helps provide pump during training. Creatine is a precursor to phosphorcreatine. The latter helps to make ATP.ATP is energy muscles use to work and build. As such, when supplementing with creatine, you are providing your body with more of the necessary compounds needed to … read more
What is Nitrosigine ?

What is Nitrosigine ?

Posted by MRI Performance on Jul 19th 2019

To understand nitrosigine, you must understand arginine. Arginine is an amino acid that is a precursor to Nitric Oxide (NO). Nitric oxide expands the blood vesselsArginine is an amino acid that is a precursor to Nitric Oxide (NO).Nitric oxide expands the blood vessels and helps improve blood flow, nutrient delivery and provides that vascular pump during training.While arginine can help increase NO production, Nitrosigine is a patented complex of silcon and bonded arginine which can increase N … read more
What is Citrulline?

What is Citrulline?

Posted by MRI Performance on Jul 19th 2019

What is CitrullineCitrulline, derived from the Latin word for watermelon, citrullus, is a necessary component to create arginine. Arginine is a precursor to Nitric Oxide (NO).Nitric Oxide provides pump, relaxes blood vessels and increases blood flow and circulation. These benefits can help with nutrient delivery to the muscles, building muscles and improving results.Citrulline and the AthleteCitrulline’s role in NO production is important on its own, but even more so for athletes. This is be … read more