Postrose 2lbs (907g)
Postrose made with Dextrose is an Anabolic Catalyst that has been used by underground bodybuilders for years to shuttle glycogen via insulin. But that’s not all it does! It also transports branch chain amino acids, creatine and more. There has never been a comparable product regardless of the claims supplement companies try to make...
This is NOT a product for average lifters or average workouts. It is NOT a carb for meal replacement. This has strictly two purposes, spiking insulin for muscle growth and recuperation post workout.
Include 10-60g (1-6 scoops) immediately post workout combined with our branded “Whegg” protein powder and water.
**For BEST results** pair with our branded “Insulin Mimetic” the strategically created Glucose Metabolizing formula for fuller, stronger muscles, bigger pumps, and elevated insulin sensitivity leading to better fat allocation. Also add Glutamine and Creatine.
For more information on how to manipulate your insulin spike to get a real advantage, check out “The SuperNatural Lifestyle,” the original guide to performance nutrition.
Does not contain: Yeast, Wheat, Dairy, Citrus, Fish, Preservatives, Artificial Colors or Flavors. Store in a cool dry place.
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. This product can be dangerous for diabetics. Consult a licensed physician or use at your own risk.
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Match this stuff with insulin mimetic and crazy lean hard results. For a herbal safe product it does some dam good work. Send it !
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