Similar to the reason many people use a multi-vitamin for fear they are deficient in a critical nutrient, RareMyo provides a supplement that can squash the fears of those cutting back on meat consumption that they're "missing" something for their muscle strength and health by not eating meat.
In developing the RareMyo product, we saw the need and developed an ethically sourced supplement specifically for vegetarians, vegans, and health conscious people cutting back on meat consumption to lower saturated fats & cholesterol. To avoid over dosing, in formulating RareMyo we left out common vitamins typically found in multivitamins such as Iron, Zinc, and Selenium, instead focusing on 6 critical muscle nutrients often forgotten by multivitamins. Furthermore each vegan capsule of RareMyo has approximately the same levels that are found in a single serving of red meat so no fear of unnatural Mega doses when taking a daily RareMyo capsule.
Listed below are the 6 vitamins and nutrients of RareMyo’s Vegan Muscle Supplement with the reasons why each of them are so important for our Muscle Health.
1) B12: Important for our red blood cells (preventing anemia), Also very important for metabolism of DNA synthesis, Fatty Acid, and Amino Acid formation. https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminB12-HealthProfessional/
(RareMyo has 6mcg per capsule since absorption is limited to about 10mcg at any given time, due to limited amounts of intrinsic factor produced by the stomach)
2) Acetyl L- Carnitine: Important to transport high energy fatty acids into mitochondria for oxiditation for energy for our brains and muscles. Carnitine was shown 25% lower by in studies by Delanghe J, et. al.. These lower levels suggest our bodies have a limit on how much Carnitine it can make or hold onto. http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/supplement/carnitine-lcarnitine
(RareMyo has 50mg per capsule, Steak/Beef has about 100mg Carnitine per serving, Chicken/Fish has about 5mg Carnitine per serving, Carnitine is not found in plant sources)
3) CarnoSyn® Beta-Alanine: Beta-Alanine is absorbed relatively well and acts on the metabolic pathway to cause increased levels of Carnosine. Carnosine acts as an intracellular pH buffer within skeletal muscles to exercise performance. http://www.carnosyn.com/research
(RareMyo has 80mg of Beta-Alanine per capsule)
4) CoEnzyme Q10: Found in every cell in the body and very important in aerobic metabolism to produce energy through the ETC (Electronic Transport Chain). Especially important in cells that demand a lot of energy such as skeletal muscle. http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/mic/dietary-factors/coenzyme-Q10
(RareMyo has 10mg per capsule, Steak/Beef has between 2-7mg per serving)
5) Creatine Creapure: Creatine is converted in skeletal muscle to creatine phosphate stores which are used for short-duration (minutes) high-intensity. http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/supplement/creatine
(RareMyo has 200mg per capsule, Steak/Beef has between 260-400mg per serving)
6) L-Taurine: Derivative of non-essential amino acid Cysteine and found in high concentration in skeletal muscle. L-Taurine is thought to act as an antioxidant within skeletal muscle during strenuous exercise to allow for increased muscle performance. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3501277/
(RareMyo has 100mg per capsule, Steak/Beef has between 40-400 mg per serving)
RareMyo is currently available on www.RareMyo.com & www.Amazon.com along with being sold on the 2 largest vegan websites VeganEssentials.com and VeganStore.com. RareMyo has also been endorsed by two prominent vegan blog sites MainStreetVegan.net and SharonPalmer.com.
Start supplementing today with 6 Vegan supplements your muscles wish you were taking!
This article was written by Dr. Robert Wimmer, co-founder of VerJus Essentials LLC manufacture and distributor of a dietary supplement product called RareMyo. Statements in the article have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. RareMyo is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult a professional medical care provider before starting any new dietary supplement to make sure you have no drug interactions or health condition that prevent use of a particular supplement.