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GSN Actenon 130 - Orange -

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ACTENON GSN 130 is an innovation in sports nutrition due to our own research directed Efforts to Improve the development of muscle mass of sportsmen. The product includes the patented anabolic GSN ACTENINA formulated as the main component, combined with protein and creatine.

 

ACTENON GSN-130 is a new product in the field of sports supplementation designed to promote the development of muscle mass in athletes. Its main component is the ACTENINA ®, a nutritional complex (formed by the combination of phenylalanine, isoleucine, leucine, methionine, lisisn, threonine, tryptophan, valine, zinc and magensio and taurine), which power turn, the effect of growth muscular favored by other nutrients such as protein and creatine.

 

 

Recommended dosage: 25 g.

 

Flavours and Content per unit: 500 g. Orange, Lemon.

 

Actenina, Creatine and Glucose

 

Flavors: orange

 

Weight 500 g

Availability: In stock

€22.87
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