ALRI N-GORGE 240C
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N’Gorge™ 240 caps
N’GORGE™...Synergistic and Scientific Supplementation!
In the world of sports, fans often fantasize about having two of the greatest players in the game on the same team, at the same time. “Could you imagine having Sammy Sosa and Barry Bonds in the same outfield? Just imagine what a powerhouse that team would be!” Most times, having such a fantasy realized is simply an impossibility due to their being too many difficulties and factors to overcome.
In the world of sports supplementation the same mentality often exists, and with good reason! If “product A” works amazingly well, and “product B” also works incredibly well, perhaps together they could produce effects never seen before! Recently this idea has been applied to two of the most effective muscle-building/performance enhancing compounds in the industry...CEE (creatine ethyl ester) and nitric oxide (NO2) potentiators.
CEE: King Amongst Creatines!
Unless you have been living in a cave in some far off land for the last decade, you are fully aware of the astonishing muscle-enhancing, strength-inducing effects of creatine. After years of continuous tweaking and touch-ups of the creatine molecule the most effective creatine analog by far to be brought to the sports supplement market has been the creatine ethyl esters. This is obviously due to their very unique ability to be nearly 100% orally active (creatine monohydrate is about 30% orally active in the best of environments) and their very high affinity for muscle tissue even without any of the carbohydrates or other compounds needed to make it work. Yup, this means more muscle building and performance potential than ever before…and creatine ethyl ester is king here! Take a look see...
Dramatic increased muscle size, lean mass and strength
Up to 4000% more potent than creatine monohydrate
Nearly 100% creatine absorption
Mega- pumps and vascularity
Zero bloating or water retention.
No more cramping or stomach upset
Nitric Oxide: The Muscle’s “Cell Signaling” Molecule!
Sometime in the 80’s a small group of researches discovered the presence of a unique and important gas in humans called nitric oxide (NO2). Known in the world of science as the muscle’s “cell signaling” molecule, NO2 acts in many tissues to regulate a diverse range of physiological processes, many of which enhance both physique and performance! Supplements that can act to increase NO2 production in the body are some of the most widely used in the world today! And for good reason. Take a look, and you will be a believer...
Amazing long-lasting pumps…everywhere
Increased strength and power output
Improved nutrient transport
Type-II muscle fiber stimulation
Enhanced oxygen delivery
Better glucose uptake
The thought process behind teaming up CEE with NO2 potentiators is rock-solid, as increasing nitric oxide levels in the body, while ingesting creatine, would result in increased signaling for muscle cell absorption and even greater muscle growth and performance enhancement due to the synergy involved. However, up until now, the science used to put these physique-transforming wonders together has been haphazard at best. The result? Pissing both your money and your results down the drain!
So What’s the Problem?
I’ll give you the short version...LACK OF RESEARCH! In their haste to be the first to market with creatine/NO2 combination supplements, most companies are simply throwing together creatine and arginine, perhaps along with 1 or 2 other nitric oxide precursors. Well, guess what my friends...research shows that arginine actually inhibits creatine absorption! Read it and weep fellas...
“Mitochondrial creatine transport was to a significant part dependent on the energetic state of mitochondria and was inhibited by arginine, and to some extent also by lysine, but not by other creatine analogues and related compounds.”
And this statement holds true whether AAKG, arginine-malate, or even AEE (arginine ethyl ester) is used in the formula! “Hmmm, no wonder I wasn’t getting any stronger or bigger on creatine/NO2 product ‘X, Y, or Z...I wasn’t even absorbing the freaking creatine!!”
Real Science Applied...
Okay, I started using N'Gorge 10 days ago. The pumps are getting better every day and I look like I just pumped up back stage for a show. But what's up with the major wood I keep getting? Not complaining though!
Once again, it is ALR Industries that steps up to the plate, and hits a grand-slam with the introduction of the first truly synergistic and scientifically formulated CEE/NO2 product on the sports supplementation market...N’Gorge™!
N’Gorge™ contains a radical combination of some of the most effective and novel patent pending compounds that the industry has ever witnessed, and it will deliver results that will exceed even your wildest expectations.
-Creatine Ethyl Ester HCI: The state of the industry for highest activity creatine analog. The most absorbable and potent form of creatine developed to date.
-Citrulline malate: Time-release precursor to Nitric Oxide.
-Glutamine Ethyl Ester: Glutamine in its highest nearly 100% bioavailable form will result in greater recovery, cell-volumization, GH release, protein synthesis, immune function, and anti-catabolic effects.
-N(gamma)-hydroxy-L-arginine and N(omega)-hydroxy-nor-L-arginine: Unique hydroxy variants of arginine that radically increase plus prolong the production and level of NO2 in the body significantly, without interfering with the absorption of creatine whatsoever. (Yes, these are the “other creatine analogues” mentioned above).
-L-Norvaline: Dramatically enhances NO2 production by inhibiting arginase, leaving more arginine available for use by NOS (nitric oxide synthases), which are the enzymes that convert arginine into citrulline, producing NO2 in the process.
The Take Home Message Here?
N’Gorge™ is a true innovation that will create an environment within your body pumped and primed for increased performance and muscle growth potential.
The great Arnold once compared the feeling of “the PUMP” to the feeling of having sex, and nothing will produce a longer or stronger pump than N’Gorge™...fella’s, you do the math! (Yes, it works for women too)
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