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RareMyo Muscle Vegan Supplement Vitamin B12, Creatine, Taurine, Carnitine, Carnosine



RareMyo Vegan Muscle Supplement levels versus red meat

 

RareMyo Certified Vegan Vegan.Org

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.

 6 Muscle Supplement Nutrients found in RareMyo

 

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.