Weider a sport and specialty nutrition company launched three new workout products in Europe that should meet the demands of fitness and exercise lovers, each containing Sustamine L-Alanyl-L-Glutamine
One of the two ready-to-drink supplements, Weider BCAA RTD, contains a blend of vitamins, niacin, B6 and Sustamine intending to boost energy, reduce fatigue and support a healthy immune system.
Each lemon-lime flavoured, 250 ml can contains 3 g of branch chained amino acids — leucine, isoleucine and valine — designed to impact muscle growth. For better hydration and endurance, Weider Rush RTD packs 10 active ingredients, including 200 mg of Sustamine, combined to increase muscle development, improve focus and boost liquid absorption during and after physical activity.
The 250 ml, orange-flavoured drink is designed for all types of athletes from daily exercisers to amateurs and professionals.
If workout powders are more your speed, Weider Total Rush 2.0 Fusion Force Pre-Workout Powder delivers the science that serves your muscles. The newly redesigned Total Rush 2.0 gives you that final nudge to complete a workout and avoid energy slumps common after training.
Like its ready-to-drink siblings, Total Rush 2.0 contains 200 mg of Sustamine to increase muscular glutamine levels and improve hydration. Sustamine — a form of glutamine, the most abundant single amino acid in the body, provides essential support during times when the body undergoes large amounts of stress — like during intense weightlifting or dealing with the challenges of everyday life.
On top of these benefits, research suggests that Sustamine is absorbed more than 200% better than standard L-glutamine. This means you get better results while having to use less.
Weider spokesperson said: “Since 1936, Weider has developed dietary and workout supplements that give our customers the results they demand. It is why we levelled up Total Rush 2.0 and introduced BCAA RTD and Rush RTD as part of our continuing commitment to improving exercise and workouts with products backed by proven clinical research like that done for Sustamine.”
Please note these statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration or the European Commission. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.