Dynamic Burn provides powerful BHB, BCAA, and EAA Blend for Energy and Quick Muscle Recovery
Dynamic Burn contains bioavailable BHB (Beta-Hydroxybutyrate) salts which are designed to support nutritional ketosis.† Being in a state of nutritional ketosis confers a multitude of therapeutic benefits, such as supporting energy production, blood sugar balance, insulin sensitivity, appetite, and more.
Dynamic Burn combines a precise blend of essential amino acids, L-citrulline, and BHB salts to power your energy and mental acuity throughout the day.
Dynamic Burn is formulated with ingredients that support healthy body composition and longevity in a variety of ways.† The main benefits include:
●Supports nutritional ketosis◆† ●Supports healthy appetite and blood sugar balance◆ ●Supports energy and cognitive function◆ ●Supports muscular repair and recovery◆†
*Percent Daily Value (%DV) is based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
**Daily Value not established.
Erythritol, Natural Flavors, Silicon Dioxide, Citric Acid, Stevia Leaf Extract, Fruit and Vegetable Juice (Color).
If you are pregnant, nursing, or taking medication, consult your healthcare practitioner before use. Keep out of reach of children.
† In combination with proper diet and exercise.
†† goBHB® is a registered trademark under exclusive global distribution by Compound Solutions, Inc.
Directions: Mix 1 scoop of Dynamic Burn in 8-10 ounces of water as a dietary supplement, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.
BHB Salts (Exogenous Ketones) are ketone bodies that come from outside the body. Ketones are also something your body produces as part of its natural metabolic pathways (particularly when fatty acids are used for energy). The human body produces three different ketone bodies in the mitochondria of the liver, including acetone, acetoacetic acid (AcAc), and beta-hydroxybutyric acid (BHB).
Ketones serve as an alternative energy source and signaling molecules in the human body, specifically our mitochondria – the ‘powerhouse’ of cells. In short, using an exogenous ketone supplement like Dynamic Burn provides your body with an instant supply of BHB to utilize. Hence, even if you’re not on a ketogenic/low-carb diet, Dynamic Burn will help support the effects of your body being in a state of nutritional ketosis very rapidly (typically within 30 minutes or less after ingestion).
Statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.
Essential Amino Acids (EAAs) are essential (thus the name) for synthesizing new muscle tissue and optimizing muscle protein synthesis. Research shows that as plasma levels of EAAs drop, muscle protein synthesis drops as well. Therefore, if your body is lacking nominal amounts of one or several EAAs, then muscle protein synthesis cannot proceed. As such, free-form EAAs found in Dynamic Burn are superb for supporting muscle growth and recovery.
L-Citrulline is an amino acid found abundantly in the rind of watermelon; it is synthesized in the urea cycle and used as a biomarker/indicator of intestinal function in clinical settings.
L-Citrulline works to augment nitric oxidedependent signaling. Supplementing with this amino acid prior to exercise has been shown to significantly increase plasma arginine concentrations and thus enhance production of arginine-derived metabolites (i.e. nitrite, ornithine, etc).
Other benefits of L-Citrulline use include:
Supports utilization of essential amino acids during exercise
Supports intracellular nitric oxide production which promotes vasodilation
Supports the body’s efficiency at removing endotoxins
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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