SSN Anabolic Drive
D-Aspartic Acid supplementation has been shown in recent scientific research to have the ability to significantly elevate natural testosterone levels. Human studies suggest that a 3 gram daily dose can raise testosterone by as much as 33% in as little as 12 days. Increased testosterone production supports increases in muscle mass and athletic performance, coupled with decreases in body fat and decreased levels of fatigue.
ZMA® is a scientifically formulated and university tested anabolic mineral support formula containing a patented, highly bio-available complex of zinc, magnesium and Vitamin B6.
University research has demonstrated ZMA® supplementation to significantly increase free and total testosterone levels as well as insulin-like growth factor (lgf-1) and enhance muscle strength significantly in trained athletes.
SSN's research and development team have developed the ultimate testosterone boosting, anabolic drive maximising complex by combining these two research proven ingredients into one powerhouse testosterone boosting formula, designed to promote nitrogen retention and support protein synthesis for maximum muscle fullness, enhanced energy and strength and the development of a lean chiseled physique.*
• Enza Topo at al. The role and molecular mechanism of D-Aspartic Acid in the release and synthesis of LH and testosterone in humans and rats. Reprod Biol Endocrinol. 2009 Oct 27;7:120.
• (L.R. Brilla and V. Conte, "A novel zinc and magnesium formulation [ZMA®] increases anabolic hormones and strength in athletes," Sports Medicine, Training and Rehabilitation Journal, in press. November 1998.
• (L.R. Brilla and V. Conte. "Effects of zinc-magnesium [ZMA®] supplementation on muscle attributes of football players," Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 31:Supplement 123. Abstract 483, May 1999).
Note: ZMA® is a patented zinc, magnesium and amino acid complex by SNAC System Inc and that imitation Zinc Magnesium Aspartate products are not the same as the original patented ZMA® and may therefore not produce the same results as those obtained in the aforementioned ZMA® studies.