Unbound Epicatechin Supplement 60 Capsules | Muscle Building Supplement for Bodybuilding
Epicatechin is compound which is classed as a flavanol and is a plant based phytochemical which is found in foods such as green tea and dark chocolate. Epicatechin in recent years has been studied and found to have a host of benefits including enhancing muscle growth and strength, increasing NO production and improving vascularity blood flow, and endurance, and potentially improving brain and heart function. Unbound Epicatechin is a muscle amplifying agent which contains 300mg of ProEpicate a premium and patented branded version of Epicatechin. If you're looking for increased strength and increased muscle growth without delving into the world of ProHormones and Hormonal Muscle Builders Unbound Epicatechin is just what you need!
Unbound Epicatechin Supplement Highlights & Benefits
- Enhanced Muscle Growth & Strength
- Increased Nitric Oxide Production for Improved Vascularity
- Increased Blood Flow and Endurance
- May Help Lower Cholesterol Levels Due to Natural Antioxidant Properties
- May Help Improve Brain & Heart Health
Take 1 capsule daily on an empty stomach or prior to training.
Unbound Epicatechin 60 Capsules Ingredients & Supplement Facts
Warnings & Epicatechin Side Effects
Store in a cool dry place after opening. Keep out of reach of children. There currently does not appear to be any side effects of Epicatechin, though that does not mean there are none. Talk to your doctor before taking any dietary supplements.
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Schwarz NA, Blahnik ZJ, Prahadeeswaran S, McKinley-Barnard SK, Holden SL, Waldhelm A. (-)-Epicatechin Supplementation Inhibits Aerobic Adaptations to Cycling Exercise in Humans. Front Nutr. 2018;5:132. Published 2018 Dec 21. doi:10.3389/fnut.2018.00132