New VASOTROPIN™ from Gaspari Nutrition
THE ULTIMATE PUMP SOLUTION
BEYOND NITRIC OXIDE
JUST THE FACTS
- Utilizes NOSPEP, a Unique NOS Activating Bioactive Peptide Fraction
- Contains Naturally Occurring Nitrates Derived from a Real Plant Extract
- Factors In An Endurance & Hyperemia Supporting Lactate Donor & Glycerophosphate
- Utilizes a Powerful Stilbene Based Nutrient Repartitioning Compound
Let’s face it, arginine just doesn’t cut it anymore when it comes to eliciting truly effective pumps (i.e. hyperemia). Focusing on one or two physiological pathways to get an insane pump wasn’t enough either. The companies who believe in intelligent formulation have already made the switch. By now you probably figured out that Gaspari Nutrition researchers pay close attention to the research trends, which is why we took a different approach to pushing the limits of blood engorged muscle. The first approach was to increase NOS activation by delivering a potent bioactive peptide fraction. We then added a powerful herbal extract that delivered natural nitrates and a potent stilbene to assist with nutrient partitioning. We finished off this ground breaking formula with both a lactate donor and a powerful glycerophosphate to support endurance and hyperemia. Once all was said and done, researchers built the world’s first ULTIMATE PUMP SOLUTION and called it VASOTROPIN. Combining the right synergy of pump inducing ingredients was the key to success in creating Vasotropin. Get ready for the pumps of your life, only from Gaspari Nutrition.
VASOTROPIN VS THE COMPETITION
CONTAINS UNIQUE BIOACTIVE PEPTIDE FRACTIONS FOR NOS ACTIVATION
Nitric oxide synthetase is a critical component of nitric oxide production in endothelial cells for vasodilation. (1) The bioactive peptide fraction NOSPEP has shown in in-vitro studies to increase NO via NOS stimulation in endothelial cells (2) to support one of the numerous pathways to elicit the Ultimate Pump.
POWER STILBENE FOR NUTRIENT REPARTIONING
Stilbenes have interesting properties and pterostilbene is proven to be have a much greater pharmacological advantage over resveratrol as a potential nutrient partitioning compound. (2) Essential protein and glycogen should be shifted into your muscle to maximize growth and muscle volume.
CONTAINS ARGININE DERIVATIVES
A recent study just showed a popular “nitric oxide” product containing mostly 12g failed to elicit any increase in blood flow over regular exercise(3). You really have to laugh at the companies that are STILL trying to sell arginine based supplements as pump products. Research and technology improves so why are they still living in the past?
NATURAL NITRATE SOURCE
Studies have shown that naturally derived nitrates can reduce O2 cost and potentially increase endurance (5,6). VASOTROPIN is the first product of its kind to use a NATURAL extract standardized for nitrates because shouldn’t a pump be functional?
UTILIZES AS POWERFUL LACTATE DONOR
Lactate has been shown to not only increase endurance (7) but also is attributed to hyperemia (aka increase blood volume) in skeletal muscle (8). Vasotropin is the ONLY pump product utilizing this scientific breakthrough in performance nutrition.
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2. Verified by in-vitro laboratory testing
3. Pterostilbene. Monograph. Altern Med Rev. 2010 Jul;15(2):159-63.
4. Willoughby DS, Boucher T, Reid J, Skelton G, Clark M. Effects of 7 days of arginine-alpha-ketoglutarate supplementation on blood flow, plasma L-arginine, nitric oxide metabolites, and asymmetric dimethyl arginine after resistance exercise. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. 2011 Aug;21(4):291-9.
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6. Lansley KE, Winyard PG, Fulford J, Vanhatalo A, Bailey SJ, Blackwell JR, DiMenna FJ, Gilchrist M, Benjamin N, Jones AM. Dietary nitrate supplementation reduces the O2 cost of walking and running: a placebo-controlled study. J Appl Physiol. 2011 Mar;110(3):591-600.
7. Morris DM, Shafer RS, Fairbrother KR, Woodall MW. Effects of lactate consumption on blood bicarbonate levels and performance during high-intensity exercise. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. 2011 Aug;21(4):311-7.
8. Chen YL, Wolin MS and Messina EJ. Evidence for cGMP mediation of skeletal muscle arteriolar dilation to lactate. J Appl Physiol 81: 349–354, 1996.