Product information "IronMaxx TT Strong, 90 tablets jar"
TT - Strong tablets contain 100% highly pure, certified Tribulus Terrestris extract. With a concentration of 1600 mg Tribulus Terrestris per tablet, TT - Strong from IronMaxx is one of the most concentrated and powerful Tribulus products worldwide! In addition to the high content of saponins (80%), TT - Strong has 19% protodioscin. IronMaxx thus provides two valuable ingredients for nutritional supplements in weight training that are perfect for the muscle building phase. With the optimization of Tribulus Terrestris with the important trace element zinc, an optimal active ingredient matrix was created. Thus, TT - Strong is widely used and effectively used in bodybuilding by ambitious athletes and strength athletes.
Optimization of the T. mirror!
Regular exercise in particular can increase the content of T. in the blood by up to 25%. The content of T., the male sex hormone, decreases annually by around 1.2 percent after the age of 25. Exercise can counteract this development. Tribulus Terrestris is an important co-factor here. For this very reason, TT Ultra Strong was fortified with 15 mg zinc per tablet. Through this fusion, the Ultra Strong Formula is involved in cell growth and can lead to a normal T. level in the blood, which is particularly beneficial for active athletes.
The zinc contained contributes:
- helps maintain normal testosterone levels in the blood
- contributes to normal protein synthesis
- contributes to the normal metabolism of macronutrients
- helps to protect the cells from oxidative stress
Take one tablet a day with enough water.
The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Do not use as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Keep out of reach of small children. E129: may impair activity and alertness in children and adolescents.
Advice for allergy sufferers:
May contain traces of gluten, lactose, soy and egg protein.
||326 kcal / 1382 kJ
||5.7 kcal / 24.3 kJ
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