A veg diet supports your health, the environment and animal well-being, now let the 6 muscle nutrients of RareMyo provide daily support for your muscles.
RareMyo contains 6 key muscle nutrients that’s been certified vegan by Vegan Action (Vegan.org). This isn’t a protein replacement product, but instead it’s focused on the hard-to-get nutrients when eating a plant based diet. Each vegan capsule contains B-12, CoQ10, CarnoSyn® Beta-Alanine, Creatine, Carnitine, and Taurine. Most importantly Creatine, Carnitine, and Taurine have been found 14 to 39% lower in people eating plant based diets in studies by S.K. Rana & J. Delanghe. Some vegans and vegetarians are unaware of this deficiency so supplementing with RareMyo can help boost daily muscle performance.
RareMyo is a vegan nutritional dietary supplement with 6 key muscle health nutrients. Creatine, Carnitine, & Taurine levels have been found 14 to 39% lower in people eating plant based diets in studies by S.K. Rana & J. Delanghe.
RareMyo works to complement your daily multivitamin and veg diet, since the 6 muscle nutrients are low in plant based diets and not commonly found in multivitamins.
NO Mega Doses! RareMyo is formulated with 6 muscle nutrients at levels approximate to a single serving of red meat.
RareMyo does not contain protein so you won’t be doubling up and exceeding your protein intake by taking RareMyo with your well balanced plant diet.
RareMyo is excellent as a low-dose pre-workout supplement for a pre-workout muscle boost.
RareMyo allows you to encourage your friends and loved ones to take part in Meatless Mondays and replace their meat consumption with a RareMyo capsule.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult a professional medical care provider before starting this or any new dietary supplement.
Creatine, Carnitine, & Taurine levels have been found 14 to 39% lower in people eating plant based diets in studies by S.K. Rana & J. Delanghe.
Taurine Reference: British Journal of Nutrition (1986), Rana S.K. & Sanders T.A.B
L-Carnitine & Creatine Reference: Clinical Chemistry (1989), Delanghe J., et. al.