Trec Nutrition Mass XXL 4800g


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Are you interested in a significant increase in dry muscle mass? Do you want your form to get better with each training session? Then, you don’t have to wait for it indefinitely! With Trec Mass XXL gainer, you can accelerate the growth of the best quality muscle mass.

Thanks to the systematic use of Trec Mass XXL protein supplement and properly selected diet and training, you will undoubtedly notice a significant increase in body mass.

The Trec Mass XXL gainer supplement consists of:

Vitamin C – ascorbic acid essential for the proper functioning of the body. It supports the immune system, seals blood vessels, regulates blood pressure and cholesterol. In addition, it fights free radicals, accelerates wound healing, slows down the aging process. Besides, it takes part in the biosynthesis of collagen.

Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) – a chemical compound, a combination of ribitol and flavine. It is primarily responsible for the optimal functioning of the immune system, supports vision and skin.

Vitamin B3 – Niacin, or vitamin PP, affects the functioning of the brain and peripheral nervous system and is a deficiency problem typical of the modern world. Deficiency of this vitamin starts with skin changes – redness, spots. Then, it leads to organ insufficiency, e.g., of the liver and pancreas.

Vitamin E – a potent antioxidant, fights free radicals, delays aging processes, supports fertility and functioning of sight, helps to maintain proper blood clotting, increases muscular endurance.

Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) – occurs naturally in plant and animal products. Participates in the synthesis of coenzyme A (CoA), citric acid, fatty acids, acetylcholine, and cholesterol. Supports the regeneration of the skin and mucous membranes. It also influences the production of antibodies.

Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) – initiates and controls over 100 enzymes, affecting many vital biochemical reactions, e.g., antibody and hemoglobin production, cysteine regulation, hormone and protein synthesis, nucleic acid metabolism.

Vitamin B1 (thiamine) – an exogenous vitamin that affects the functioning of the nervous and cardiovascular systems and supports the immune system.

Folic acid – or vitamin B9, B11 and folacin. These are vitamins whose amount in the body decreases during a fast-paced, stressful lifestyle. For example, folic acid prevents anemia and cancer. In addition, it regulates the level of homocysteine, which in large quantities is responsible for the oxidation of bad cholesterol, accelerating atherosclerosis.

Vitamin H, B7 (biotin) – an organic compound that supports proper mental and physical development. Determines the appropriate work of many systems and is responsible for glucose, amino acids, and sugar metabolism. In addition, it helps the good condition of hair and nails.

Vitamin B12 – involved in the production of nucleic acids, red blood cells, and active folic acid, supports metabolism, forms the myelin sheath of nerve fibers, supports the synthesis of dopamine and serotonin.

Maltodextrin – a light food additive. It is easily digestible and, therefore, a source of quickly absorbed energy.

Whey protein concentrate – has one of the highest nutritional values among proteins. It contains branched-chain amino acids BCAA, which have anti-catabolic properties. The concentrate contains 80% whey protein.

Dextrose – grape sugar glucose. It has excellent properties of transporting creatine to muscles. In addition, stimulates the pancreas to produce insulin.

Daily intake:

Dissolve 70 g in 200 ml of water or milk, preferably with a shaker.
Use 4 portions throughout the day.

On workout days: In the morning after waking up, then 1.5 hours after training, and then twice between meals.

On non-workout days: In the morning after waking up, 3 servings between meals.