What is Beta Alanine?
Beta Alanine has become one of the most heavily researched supplements within sports science in recent times. A non-essential amino acid, Beta Alanine has been shown in studies to help form the compound carnosine within the muscles which in turn can help buffer lactic acid, reduce the onset of fatigue and increase exercise intensity and duration. Proving so successful in experiments, Beta Alanine has now become one of the most popular performance enhancing supplements in sport today and specifically Beta Alanine from The Protein Works™ is sourced from an accredited TPW™ supplier and is the highest possible grade available.
Beta Alanine helps buffer lactic acid build up, enabling the body to maintain strength and power for longer periods. This can also help delay the onset of fatigue and increase exercise intensity and duration.
What are the Benefits of Beta Alanine?
Backed by credible research, Beta Alanine is a great addition to any athletes supplement routine and is one of few supplements on the market proven to enhance performance when taken solely on its own. But it’s also become a very popular active ingredient in most preworkout formulas, including The Protein Works™ best-selling Raze™ Preworkout.
How Do You Take Beta Alanine?
Also because Beta Alanine improves performance in a completely different way to most other aminos, it works very well when taken with other supplements. For example many sports scientists recommend strength athletes take Beta Alanine with Creatine Monohydrate to enhance muscle power and size. Whereas a Beta Alanine and Citrulline Malate has become the recommended supplement blend by endurance experts.
What's The Best Beta Alanine?
Here at TPW™, you can have supreme confidence in the product quality and supply source. Each ingredient supplier must pass rigorous audits and checks before being given the TPW™ quality seal of approval. Traceability, quality, and consistency are the three things we demand on every single ingredient. This is our philosophy that flows through every product we manufacture and sets us apart in the world of sports nutrition today.
How is Your Beta Alanine Made?
Please note that this product is produced in-house at our very own production facility. It is supplied in a re-sealable foil pouch to ensure freshness and a scoop is included free of charge in every product.
02 December 2015
21 September 2015
I take 1,500mg with my breakfast and my dinner, along with 2,000mg preworkout!
(Pocket Scales accurate to 10mg are very handy)
It is what it said on the tin, raises carnosine levels in the muscles and gives that godly tingle!
FREE PROTEIN: on your first order over £10, just use the code: JB82889.
09 July 2015
Great product, love it
08 July 2015
Why not have free protein??
19 May 2015
This product provides you with an odd tingling sensation in the face when you are new to taking it but I found this to subside after a week of continuous usage.
Beta Alanine stacks well with taurine and creatine to further enhance muscle power output and improve strength and muscle gains.
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|Values based on:||2.5g per serving|
|of which Saturates (g)||No|
|of which Sugars (g)||No|
Serving Size: 5g (one medium BLACK scoop)
Add 1 scoop (5g) to your desired amount of water or juice and shake well in your TPW™ Master Blender.
On workout days:
Take 4g-5g daily, divided between 1-2 servings. Take 2g-2.5g approximately 20 minutes before exercise and 2g-2.5g immediately after exercise.
On non-workout days:
Take 4g-5g ideally with food.
IMPORTANT: Before use, please check the included scoop is BLACK. If not, please contact us on 0845-4672411.>
Q. When should I take Beta Alanine?
A. It depends on your lifestyle and your goals, we recommend reading TPW™ usage guidelines before consuming.
Q. What are the main reasons for using Beta Alanine?
A. To help increase muscle mass, delay the onset of muscular fatigue and increase exercise capacity to improve performance. If you have also hit a training plateau, then Beta Alanine could be a way to boost your training onto the next level.
Q. What does Beta Alanine taste like?
A. It has a bitter aftertaste, so we recommend mixing with juice to make it more palatable.
Q. Is all Beta Alanine powder the same no matter what brand you use?
A. The quality of ingredients can vary significantly and therefore the potency will do too. Just because a product may be called pure it doesn't mean that it necessarily is. We recommend you read the ingredients and nutritionals on the label to better understand exactly what you are buying.
Q. How can I tell if the Beta Alanine powder I buy is good quality?
A. Look for the Certificate of Analysis which will give you the assurance that what you are buying is what it says it is.
Q. Is Beta Alanine suitable for vegans and vegetarians?
A. Yes, it is suitable for both vegans and vegetarians.
Q. Can I use Beta Alanine powder with other supplements?
A. Of course. We recommend you always check serving instructions on each product if you plan on taking a combination of supplements. Beta Alanine and creatine work in synergy with each other along with a form of carbohydrate such as TPW™ Waxy Maize Starch or Dextrose. Beta Alanine also depletes taurine levels, so if you are supplementing with Beta Alanine then it is suggested you supplement with additional taurine also.
Q. Can I get Beta Alanine from natural whole foods?
A. Beta Alanine is mainly found in a dipeptide called carnosine, it is also found in the dipeptides anserine and balenine which are found in protein rich foods such as beef, pork, chicken and fish.
Q. What if any side effects will I get from taking Beta Alanine?
A. Beta Alanine can cause a tingling and flushing sensation on the skin once ingested. However, this is a perfectly normal reaction and not harmful in any way.
Q. What is Beta Alanine?
A. Beta Alanine is a non-essential amino acid.
Q. Who should take / benefit from using Beta Alanine?
A. Bodybuilders and strength athletes. Endurance athletes. Those new to weight training. People involved in team sports. Those who participate in regular intense training and exercise.