GHOST LEGEND - 30 SERV
Nutritional Facts GHOST LEGEND 345g LEMON LIME
|per servingDaily dose|
|Information GHOST LEGEND 345g LEMON LIME|
|Serving size: 1 scoop (11.5g)|
|Daily dose: 1 dosificador (11,5g)|
|Servings per container: 30|
|Amount per serving|
|Nitrosgine® (stabilized arginine silicate with inositol)||750mg|
|GHOST® Smart Energy|
|Neurofactor (Coffee arabica) Fruit extract||100mg|
|Olive leaf extract (40% oleuropein)||25mg|
|Ingredients: L-citrulline, beta-alanine, acidity regulator (malic acid), taurine, Nitrosigina® (arginine inositol silicate), anti-caking agent (silicon dioxide), flavourings, acidity regulator (citric acid), anti-caking agent (calcium silicate), anhydrous caffeine, sweetener (sucralose), Neurofactor™ (Coffee arabica) (fruit extract), antioxidant (tartaric acid), theobromine, olive leaf extract (40% oleuropein), sweetener (acesulfame-K), colours (tartrazine*, bright blue FCF). *Colour tartrazine: can have negative effects on the activity and attention of children.|
How to take GHOST LEGEND 345g LEMON LIME:Mix 2 scoops (23g) with 300-400ml of water or other drink. Start with 1 scoop (11.5g) in order to test your tolerance to the product. Consume before doing exercise.
- Provides 4000mg of L-citrulline
- Contains Beta-alanine and Nitrosigine®
- Provides 1000mg of taurine and 250mg of anhydrous caffeine
- Several flavours
What is Ghost Legend?
Ghost Legend by Ghost is a nutritional powder supplement made of L-citrulline, Beta-alanine, and taurine.
It is recommended to mix 2 scoops with 300-400ml of water or other drinks. Start with 1 scoop in order to test your tolerance. Consume before doing exercise.
Properties of Ghost Legend
Ghost Legend is a pre-workout whose main component is L-citrulline which can increase the metabolites levels of nitric oxide. Nitric oxide regulates vasodilation, the blood flow, the mitochondrial breathing and the platelets function.
L-citrulline can improve the vascular function through an increase in the bioavailability of L-arginine and the nitric oxide synthesis. The intake of L-citrulline has shown that it improves performance in the exercise of both adults and young ones.
Beta-alanine is a non essential amino acid that can be synthesised in the liver. The intake of this amino acid seems to improve the perceived effort and the biochemical parameters related to muscle fatigue. Beta-alanine seems to increase the consumption of oxygen, as well as the expression of several cellular proteins associated to an improved oxidative metabolism.
Taurine is fundamental for many physiological processes. Taurine supplementation improves the overall endurance performance. Taurina seems to increase the performance and reduce the damage to the muscle and oxidative stress.
Caffeine increases the availability of energy, reduces fatigue, reduces the effort associated to physical activity, improves physical performance and improves the performance of the motor system.
Neurofactor™ (Coffee arabica) helps to refresh the body and mind.
The olive leaf extract (Olea europaea) helps with the blood flow and pressure.
Who can benefit from Ghost Legend?
- People who practice sports
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