RED LEAF SPINACH (amarantha dubius)

/RED LEAF SPINACH (amarantha dubius)
RED LEAF SPINACH (amarantha dubius)2018-08-04T17:57:07+00:00

RED LEAF SPINACH (Amarantha dubius)

Red spinach (Botanical name: Amaranthus dubius) is a novel, natural supplement. It contains extremely high levels of vitamin E, iron, and phytoecdysteroids. It increases ventilatory threshold (enhanced breathing and lung capacity) and thus increases the amount of oxygen/air which lungs can hold and utilize efficiently. Additionally, red spinach increases the amount of oxygen to the brain which serves to lower levels of fatigue and stress. Finally, red spinach extract attenuates vascular motility (improves blood flow). 

Oxystorm is one of richest source of standardized natural nitrate extract of red spinach. It has been reported that it delivers the highest nitrate content ingredient from the leaves of red spinach – 9000 mg/100 g – with more than five times the amount of nitrate as beetroot powder and more than 50 times beet juice. It is 100% water soluble, no oxalates or sugar, a unique source of potassium, and has a neutral pH.

BENEFITS: 

  • Promotes blood flow and circulation
  • A unique, natural source of potassium
  • Supports ventilatory threshold (Improves healthy breathing and lung function)
  • Improves healthy nitrate levels
  • Promotes cognitive function

FORM: 
Red Spinach Extract, standardized to 9% nitrates

A relatively new ingredient in the sports market but more clinical studies on Oxystorm are performed every year:

Pharmacokinetic studies in healthy adults
D. Subramanian, School of Pharmacy, Kerala, India

Promotes ventilatory threshold following ingestion of red spinach
C.T. Haun, Auburn University, Alabama

Sports (Basel)
Moore AN et al., 2017 Oct 16;5(4). pii: E80. doi: 10.3390/ sports5040080.

Nutrition
Subramanian D, Gupta S., 2016 Jul-Aug;32(7-8):748-53. doi: 10.1016/j.nut.2015.12.041.

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