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ACTIVLAB HMB6 1000 -120 tabs

HMB supplement

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HMB (beta-hydroxy beta-metylobutyrate) is formed within the body as a result of the catabolic conversion of L-Leucine.

One of the biochemical functions of HMB is its involvment in the synthesis of protein.

Vitamin B6 contributes to normal protein and glycogen metabolism.

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HMB (beta-hydroxy beta-metylobutyrate) is formed within the body as a result of the catabolic conversion of L-Leucine. One of the biochemical functions of HMB is its involvment in the synthesis of protein. Vitamin B6 contributes to normal protein and glycogen metabolism.
 
HMB6 1000 Supplement Facts:
Serving Size: 3 Tabs
Serving Per Container: 40

Amount Per Serving:
Ca-HMB 3000mg
Vitamin B6 4.2mg 300%

HMB6 1000 Other Ingredients:
Beta-hydroxy beta-metylobutyrate, Bulking Agents: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Silicon Dioxide and Magnesium Stearate, Pyridoxine Hydrochlorid.

HMB6 1000 Recommended Use:
On training days: 1 tablet 30 min before excercise, 1 tablet after excercise and 1 tablet before going to bed.
On non-training days: 1 tablet before going to bed.

Warning:
Do not exceed recommended daily portion. The supplement cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
May contain derivatives of milk, soybeans, wheat, eggs, celery and mustard seeds in trace amounts.

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ACTIVLAB HMB6 1000 -120 tabs

ACTIVLAB HMB6 1000 -120 tabs

HMB (beta-hydroxy beta-metylobutyrate) is formed within the body as a result of the catabolic conversion of L-Leucine.

One of the biochemical functions of HMB is its involvment in the synthesis of protein.

Vitamin B6 contributes to normal protein and glycogen metabolism.