MTOR Activation | REDCON1 11 Bravo 120 Caps
Redcon1's 11 Bravo is a natural anabolic supplement that promotes lean muscle tissue.
Redcon1 11 Bravo Product Highlights
- MTOR Activator
- Muscle Building Supplement
- Supports Muscle Gains
- Promotes Weight Loss
- Easy to Swallow Pills
What is Mediator?
Mediator is a patended brand ingredient/compound which has demonstrated in a university study to provide double muscle mass gain, increased strength, and double the fat loss in individuals who are engaged in weight training. More recently it was discovered that orally ingested Phosphatidic Acid (PA) when accompanied with resistance training and protein intake, significantly activates the Mammalian Target of Rapamycin (mTOR) signalling pathway.
What Does mTOR Do?
What mTOR does is regulate protein synthesis allowing ingested proteins to be converted into new muscle.
Can Men & Women take 11 Bravo?
Yes both men and women can take Redcon1 11 Bravo.
How Much of the Mediator Ingredient is in 11 Bravo?
Redcon1 11 Bravo contains 750mg of Mediator.
Redcon1 11 Bravo Directions
Take one serving (4 capsules) once per day in the morning with a protein rich meal or protein shake. For best results use 11 Bravo in conjunction with a resistance based training regiment and a protein rich diet.
Redcon1 11 Bravo Supplement Facts & Ingredients
Serving Size: 4 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 30
Mediator PA (Phosphatidic Acid) 750mg
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Dicalcium phosphate, Microcrystalline cellulose, Magnesium stearate, Silica.
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Andre TL, Gann JJ, McKinley-Barnard SK, Song JJ, Willoughby DS. Eight Weeks of Phosphatidic Acid Supplementation in Conjunction with Resistance Training Does Not Differentially Affect Body Composition and Muscle Strength in Resistance-Trained Men. J Sports Sci Med. 2016;15(3):532–539. Published 2016 Aug 5.
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