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-Clinically Dosed Cortisol Optimising Formula-800mg Serinaid branded PhospohatidylSerine -Modulate cortisol levels into healthy range -Helps with anxiety and stress -Great for avid gym enthusiasts or everyday people Read more
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How does MPA CortiSolve work? MPA CortiSolve works by supplying the body with vital phospholipids and neurotransmitters, thus reducing the requirement for cortisol following strenuous physical or mental activity and supporting an optimal cortisol level. (11,21,37) Optimal cortisol output helps promote faster recovery, increased muscle growth and enhanced fat loss. (36) MPA CortiSolve is for E V E R Y O N E Whether you are a person who exercises only a few times a week, or does no exercise at all -- CortiSolve can benefit you immensely. Remember, work stress, relationship stress, mental exhaustion etc¦ pertain to the average person and can deplete phospholipids. Cyclists, Runners, Sports Athletes, Cross Fitters, and your everyday business man that travels and works overtime -- CortiSolve is your friend and can help you feel better, perform better, and rest better. This isnt just a Bodybuilding or sports nutrition product. This is a versatile formula that can be used at any time of the year and help young people, middle-aged people and elderly folks. How is MPA CortiSolve best used? Research has demonstrated that dosing phosphatidyl Serine BEFORE engaging in strenuous activity (weight lifting, aerobics, sprinting, school exams, physical work labor etc¦) can reduce the cortisol spike that comes with stressful exertion. However -- since Phosphatidyl Serine is cumulative and stores into the cells, just ensuring you dose it daily at any time will be sufficient to reap the benefits. References 1. Identification and mechanism of action of phospholipids capable of modulating rattesticular microsomal 3 beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase-isomerase activity in vitroGM Cooke Biol Reprod, Sep 1989; 41: 438 - 445.2. Testosterone levels during systemic and inhaled corticosteroid therapy. D Morrison, et al. Respir Med, October 1, 1994; 88(9): 659-63.3. 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