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MUSCLE FUEL ANABOLIC REVIEW

Time to break down Muscle Fuel Anabolic and explain why this All-In-One Supplement is so effective, read more here…

There’s a good reason why Muscle Fuel Anabolic (MFA) is a best-selling product. Quite simply, it works! If you’re looking to add muscle mass to your frame, Muscle Fuel Anabolic should be at the top of your supplement list. This article will explore the many reasons why MFA will out-perform a standard whey product when pursuing those extra pounds of muscle you work so hard in the gym to gain.

Before we get started, it’s important that we understand exactly what MFA is. Well, it is a product that is classified as an all-in-one. Unlike a standard whey protein powder, an all-in-one will tend to have a significant carbohydrate contribution as well as a number of added supplements that you may otherwise buy separately, for example, creatine, beta alanine, ZMA etc. Of course not all all-in-ones are equal, the ingredient quality and selection vary massively from brand to brand. Fortunately, any time you buy a USN product, you can rest assured that the product was put together in an effort to help you achieve your goals, and so methodical supplement design, along with premium grade ingredients are a given.

Now we have a better understanding of what Muscle Fuel Anabolic is, let’s look further at how it can be used to help achieve your muscle building goals, and why it is the product of choice when it comes to skeletal muscular hypertrophy.

1)    Calories – Ultimately, whether you’re looking to gain weight or to lose weight, the very simple equation of ‘Energy In – Energy Out’ pulls a lot of weight. It’s of course by no means the only influential factor, but whether you calorie count or macro count, the energy differential remains king. With that in mind, when we look at a recommended serving of Muscle Fuel Anabolic coming in at 585kcal, against the 136kcal a serving of Premium Whey yields, we can see a very obvious anabolic advantage held by the MFA.

2)    Carbohydrates – Carbohydrates are not only an important macronutrient for energy, but also for cell volumisation and hormone manipulation. The presence of carbohydrates as an energy source is sparing upon protein, and thus muscle tissue. Timed intelligently around training, carbohydrates can offer improved physical performance, along with insulin manipulation, which in turn can increase the uptake of amino acids and other desirable supplements such as creatine. Each serving of MFA has 85g of carbohydrates, significantly more than the 2.8g you can expect to find in the Premium Whey. Further to this though, of those 85g of carbohydrates, only 7g come from sugars. This makes Muscle Fuel Anabolic a great meal replacement/additional meal option throughout the day, rather than only being viable in the pre and post training window.

3)    Creatine – Well renowned as one of the most effective supplements on the market, creatine can help improve training intensity, muscle contraction, recovery, and even give you those sought after muscle pumps. A ‘must have’ supplement for anyone looking to gain muscle mass, and so of course is included in the anabolic blend of Muscle Fuel Anabolic.

4)    Beta Alanine – Again and again, this is a supplement that has proved very effective in operating as an intramuscular PH buffer. As cells become more acidic (as is the case with high intensity anaerobic activity, such as sprinting and weight training), they become less efficient at performing their task. By having an effective buffer in place, fatigue can be offset, and thus the muscle can work harder for longer, increasing the capacity for muscular growth.

 
 

5)    Zinc – Zinc has been added to MFA because of the significant hand it plays in both maintaining normal testosterone levels, and in the metabolism of fatty acids. Both very desirable outcomes when pursuing lean tissue gain.

6)    Magnesium – Magnesium plays an important part in protein synthesis i.e. muscle growth. To have this added to your all-in-one helps to ensure that any dietary shortcomings in this mineral are covered, preventing any hindrance in this key process.

7)    B Vitamins – Muscle Fuel Anabolic is fortified with vitamins B6 and B12. The former helping to support normal protein and glycogen metabolism, the latter playing a role in healthy immune function, something particularly important during heavy training periods.

8)    HMB – By depressing the rate of protein degradation, HMB can be a useful supplement when looking to add muscle mass. In one serving, Muscle Fuel Anabolic delivers four to five times the amount that the human body would ordinarily produce in a day.

9)    Vitamin E & Riboflavin – These additions to Muscle Fuel Anabolic are here to help protect the body from oxidative stress. Failure to cover this base can result in cell damage and improper cellular signalling, both of which are counter productive to the end goal of muscle gain.

10)  Pantothenic Acid – When in a heavy training period, any ingredient we can use to help offset tiredness and fatigue is a useful tool. That’s exactly why Muscle Fuel Anabolic has Pantothenic Acid in its formula.

Muscle Fuel Anabolic Review

It’s important to understand that we are not devaluing whey as a product. It is hugely versatile and has many useful nutritional applications. What we are saying though, is that when you are looking to add muscle mass, for most, Muscle Fuel Anabolic is a superior option. Now we’ve looked at what distinguishes it from a standard whey protein product, it’s easy to see why MFA is a best seller. With each premium grade ingredient that has been hand-picked and added to the MFA blend, not only has the hours of researching what you should be taking, in what dosages, been taken care of for you, but so has the hassle of sourcing and measuring out tens of different products. MFA sells itself because it works. That’s the USN way. I hope you’ve enjoyed my Muscle Fuel Anabolic review, now it’s time to give it a go and see how much you can improve by – check it out here!

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