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Address: 12667 Bissonnet St, Houston, TX 77099
Phone: (281) 498-6100

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Ingredients of Muscle XTX

Author: Dan Littman

Muscle XTX features only a small number of the ingredients it contains. The full ingredient list is not given on the official website. So, the supplement's formula includes Pure NO Super Molecule, L-Citrulline and L-Taurine. The two last ingredients are quite known as they are commonly used in many other muscle-enhancing products, but the Pure NO Super Molecule is something new. It is a blend ingredient that is not found in other products of the kind. As a matter of fact, the manufacturer does not offer a detailed description of what Pure NO Super Molecule is and what it does.

I believe that the so-called Pure NO Super Molecule is the amino acid L-arginine. The manufacturer calls it a "super molecule" to impress potential customers with a new component. L-arginine is a building block in the human body that is usually obtained from the diet. This compound is used for diseases of heart and blood vessel including high blood pressure, chest pain, congestive heart failure (CHF), and coronary artery disease. It can be helpful for increasing the immunity, preventing the common cold, improving athletic performance, and preventing inflammation in the body. L-arginine works in the body because it can be converted into nitric oxide, a chemical that causes blood vessels widens for better blood flow. It is also said to stimulate the production of insulin, growth hormone, and some other chemicals in the body. However, there is no sufficient evidence that it can improve your exercise performance and help you build muscles.

L-citrulline is a natural amino acid that can be found in watermelons and is made by the body. It is used to treat Alzheimer's disease, dementia, fatigue, erectile dysfunction, sickle cell disease, high blood pressure, muscle weakness, and diabetes. Some people use it for increasing energy levels, body building, and for improving athletic performance. The human body changes L-citrulline into L-arginine, another amino acid mentioned higher. Still, there is insufficient evidence for the effectiveness of L-citrulline for increasing exercise performance. One research test showed that it failed to improve performance on a treadmill.

L-Taurine is an amino sulfonic acid, another building block of protein in the human body. It can be found in the brain, heart, retina, and blood cells. Taurine can be additionally taken from the diet or supplements. It is not known exactly why and how taurine works, especially when it comes to improving the heart function. There is insufficient evidence to prove its effectiveness for removing muscle soreness and improving physical performance. It is restricted to usage by some people.

Where To Buy Muscle XTX?

One bottle of the product costs $95, but you can order it through their free trial offer. However, you should remember to cancel it before being charged by phone. The term of free trial lasts 18 days. Actually, many customers claim to be billed before that period ended. It isn't available on Walmart, Amazon or GNC.

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