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Fitness Trainer October/November 2016

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Chemi Nutra financially helped sports nutrition retailer Max Muscle fund a study on their sports nutrition product, MaxxTOR™, whose keynote ingredient features the scientifically validated dose of Chemi Nutra's ingredient, Mediator® Phosphatidic Acid (PA). Chemi Nutra's Brand Director, Chase Hagerman writes, "It is rare to see a finished product marketer to perform a study on their products; mostly because they are expensive to conduct; so we jumped at the opportunity to help out. It's not always easy to prioritize, but we always recommend brands conduct studies on their products to substantiate their claims." The MaxxTOR™ study was eight weeks long, and the training protocol was only three days per week. Hagerman writes, "A lot of sports performance studies have subjects working out five days out of the week, which at that intensity, is often criticized and regarded as unachievable for most consumers. However, with this study at three days, we consider it a realistic workout schedule for most busy individuals." Chase continued to explain the significance of the study, "It is worth mentioning two other human efficacy studies were performed on Mediator® PA; both showing favorable results. This third study provides a great visual of the cumulative results from the three clinical studies on Table 5 [page 11 of the PDF]. As you can see, the results from this study are similar to the previous two." Visit www.jissn.com/content/13/1/24 Mediator® Phosphatidic Acid (PA) NOW® Recovery Factors™ is a bioactive whey protein derived from bovine colostrum that has been microfiltered to achieve a higher protein content. The resultant concentrate includes lysozyme, immunoglobulins, lactoferrin, IGF-1, and other components that are known to support the healthy repair and growth functions of the immune and gastrointes- tinal systems. This can be especially important for athletes, because intense exercise can temporarily stress the immune system and GI barrier integrity.* www.nowfoods.com/sports *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. NOW Sports

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