Ingredients

  • Acetyl L-Carnitine 79 products

    Acetyl L-Carnitine

    L-Carnitine is an amino acid and can be found in red meat, in free-from supplements (sometimes abbreviated to ALCA or ALCAR), and in many pre-workout and fat loss supplements. L-Carnitine helps your body produce energy. In particular, it helps your body shuttle fatty acids from stored body fat into the mitochondria of muscle cells where it can be used for energy. This results in an increase in the use of stored body fat for energy (also known as increased fat metabolism) Combined with a sensible diet and workout regime, Acetyl L-Carnitine will help you reduce stored body fat. L-Carnitine also has the ability to cross the blood–brain barrier and enter the brain, where it acts as a powerful antioxidant and may improve mental alertness, concentration and mental focus.
  • Agmatine 79 products

    Agmatine

    Agmatine is a derivative of L-Arginine. It is stored in the neurons and released during neural activation. Some research suggests that Agmatine can prevent toxins in the brain and potential strokes. Agmatine is not only a pain fighter but it can help with increasing insulin responses within the body and has been known to be an anti-depressant. Agmatine can also regulate and increase traces of nitric oxide (NO) in the blood. As a result, this allows enhanced blood flow to working muscles, which provides them with more blood, oxygen and nutrients. This is what is referred to as a muscle pump, which relates to the appearance of muscle fullness. In addittion, Agmatine will aid in endurance, enhance performance and improve recovery potential.
  • Arginine 30 products

    Arginine

    Arginine is an Amino Acid which when absorbed into the blood stream, changes into nitric oxide (NO). NO is known to be a neurotransmitter, aiding with the relaxation of blood vessels, improving overall circulation in the body. Improved circulation allows more blood, oxygen and nutrients to enter working muscle groups, resulting in a muscle pump and an enhanced appearance of fullness. More nutrients also means that muscles have more potential to recover faster, resulting in gains in mass and strength. As arginine helps with vasodilation of the blood vessels, some research suggests that this can help improve symptoms of angina and clogged arteries. Ar
  • BCAAs 154 products

    BCAAs

    Branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) are known to stimulate the process of protein synthesis. BCAAS combine three amino acids to help form muscle tissue, therefore increasing the likelihood of increasing lean muscle mass. BCAAS can help with training, endurance and muscle recovery. It can be consumed intra-workout or post-workout, depending on the formula. BCAA's are used to prevent muscle breakdown and to ensure muscles are adequately fueled.
  • Beta Alanine 133 products

    Beta Alanine

    Beta-alanine is an ingredient commonly found in a variety pre-workouts and BCAAs supplements, often noticed as it produces the ‘tingly’ sensation when consumed consuming. Beta-alanine has the ability to raise muscle Carnosine levels and reduce lactic acid buildup. As a result. this reduces the amount of muscular fatigue experienced, allowing you to train harder for longer. Beta-alanine is used by bodybuilders and endurance based athletes, and has been shown to decrease muscular cramps. There is no need to periodize the consumption of Beta-alanine as long as it is supplemented with Taurine (as the concentration of one affects the other).
  • Caffeine 205 products

    Caffeine

    Caffeine is a stimulant that affects the central nervous system (CNS). It is the world's most commonly consumed, legal psychoactive drug. Caffeine promotes spinal cord excitability as well as recruiting more motor fibers, which can reduce the sensation of muscular pain and fatigue. It is one of the most frequently used stimulant in pre-workouts, fat burners and some branched chain amino acids. Some side effects of caffeine in excess amounts can be dehydration, headaches and the shakes. Be sure to hydrate after consuming caffeine as it is a diuretic. If sleeping becomes an issue when consuming higher amounts of caffeine it would be best to reduce daily consumption; everybody is different and metabolise caffeine at different rates.
  • Casein Protein 39 products

    Casein Protein

    Casein is the main source of protein found in Milk, second to Whey. The difference between Casein and Whey is that casein is considered a slow-digesting protein. Slow-digesting means that it takes the body longer to metabolise and break down the proteins consumed. Studies suggest that those who consume casein before bed had achieved a greater metabolic rate, a more favourable body composition ratio and experienced increased satiety. Casein contains all essential, non-essential and branched chain amino acids. Given how slow it digests, it is ideal to be taken prior to sleeping to ensure muscles have a source of nutrients during the night, when you are fasting while asleep. It can also be used during the day if you are unable to consume your meals frequently.
  • Citrulline 99 products

    Citrulline

    L-Citrulline is a non-essential amino acid. The kidneys convert L-citrulline to L-arginine, another amino acid which increases the production of nitric oxide. These are important as they can aid in heart health and immunity. L-citrulline is more commonly supplemented in a bid to increase nitric oxide booster, which allows the arteries to relax and increase blood flow throughout the body. This allows greater muscle pumps to be achieved, as more blood, oxygen and nutrients are able to enter working muscle groups. Some foods naturally produce L-Citrulline such as watermelons. L-Citrulline has also been shown to improve overall athletic performance in healthy individuals.
  • CLA 31 products

    CLA

  • Colostrum 9 products

    Colostrum

  • Creatine 161 products

    Creatine

  • D-Aspartic Acid 15 products

    D-Aspartic Acid

  • Dextrose 14 products

    Dextrose

    Dextrose is a fast digesting, simple carbohydrate (or sugar) that when taken can rapidly increase or “spike” your body's blood sugar levels through the production of insulin. When absorbed, as dextrose digests rapidly, insulin is released which transports the excess nutrients into muscle cells, particular post workout when you have depleted your current glycogen stores. This is beneficial to replenish these stores, but when taken with Protein Powder, it will ensure the proteins and amino acids enter your muscles and can begin to work on repairing damaged muscle cells. Dextrose should not be used at other times during the day, as you will experience a severe crash due to the drop in your blood sugar levels. Therefore, Dextose is the perfect Post-Workout Carbohydrate source, and should be paired with Protein and Creatine for maximum absorption.
  • DMHA 14 products

    DMHA

    DMHA, also commonly known as Octodrine and scientifically named Dimethylhexylamine or 2-aminoisoheptane, is a psychoactive central nervous system stimulant with a similar molecular structure to a number of illegal stimulants including AMP Citrate (DMBA), Ephedrine, and the ever popular DMAA. Structurally, there are 2 forms of DMHA as follows:

    • 2-amino-6-methylheptane
    • 2-amino-5-methylheptane

    The synthetic version of DMHA is much cheaper to produce than the natural version, although the natural version is thought to be stronger and more potent in its mechanism of action. The natural version of DMHA can be found in Juglans Regia Extract (Walnut Bark), Aconitum Kusnezoffii Extract, and also Kigela Africana Extract.

    Read more about DMHA with our Supplements Simplified Article

  • EFAs 4 products

    EFAs

  • Fish Oil 10 products

    Fish Oil

  • Glutamine 75 products

    Glutamine

  • GPLC 2 products

    GPLC

  • HMB 7 products

    HMB

    Beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate, better known as HMB, is a metabolite of the amino acid leucine. It helps prevent the breakdown of muscle tissue, therefore potentially increasing both strength and muscle mass.
  • Hydrolysed Whey Protein 31 products

    Hydrolysed Whey Protein

    Hydrolised Whey Protein is a further refined form of Whey Protein, containing at least 90% protein by weight. The additional processing not only creates a more easily digested protein, but removes some of the fats and lactose making it a great option for anyone that struggles with intolerance.
  • L-Carnitine 36 products

    L-Carnitine

    L-Carnitine is an amino acid and can be found in red meat, in free-from supplements (sometimes abbreviated to ALCA or ALCAR), and in many pre-workout and fat loss supplements. L-Carnitine helps your body produce energy. In particular, it helps your body shuttle fatty acids from stored body fat into the mitochondria of muscle cells where it can be used for energy. This results in an increase in the use of stored body fat for energy (also known as increased fat metabolism) Combined with a sensible diet and workout regime, Acetyl L-Carnitine will help you reduce stored body fat. L-Carnitine also has the ability to cross the blood–brain barrier and enter the brain, where it acts as a powerful antioxidant and may improve mental alertness, concentration and mental focus.
  • MCTs 21 products

    MCTs

  • Maltodextrin 16 products

    Maltodextrin

    Maltodextrin unlike dextrose is a complex carbohydrate, made up of loosely bonded glucose molecules. Similarly to dextrose it's absorbed quickly through the gut raising blood sugar and insulin levels almost immediately. The only difference from dextrose is the speed in which it is metabolised resulting in slower replenishment of muscle glycogen and a slower drop of blood sugar levels.
  • Tribulus 6 products

    Tribulus

  • Waxy Maize 2 products

    Waxy Maize

  • Whey Protein 141 products

    Whey Protein

  • WPI 105 products

    WPI

  • ZMA 14 products

    ZMA

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