Who makes Phosphagain?
Phosphagain was developed by (EAS) Experimental and Applied Sciences, the company
that originally introduced Phosphagen (creatine monohydrate) and vanadyl
sulfate to the market.
What is Phosphagain?
Phosphagain is a new dietary supplement designed especially for athletes who
are trying to gain lean body weight fast, without adding fat weight!
What's in Phosphagain?
Each 58-gram serving of Phosphagain contains 180 calories, with only 1.5 grams
of fat, 19 grams of carbohydrates, 20 grams of protein, and 50% of all U.S. RDA
vitamins and minerals, plus a unique blend of cell volumizing nutrients which
includes Phosphagen (HPLC pure creatine monohydrate), taurine, glutamine, yeast
RNA, and a number of special trace elements and minerals.
How is Phosphagain packaged?
Phosphagain comes in a 2.6 pound container that contains 20 servings.
How does Phosphagain work?
Researchers don't understand the exact mechanisms by which Phosphagain promotes
gains in lean body mass in weight trainers, but one theory is that it supports
cell volumizing which is the uptake of water and nutrients by muscle cells.
Some researchers believe that when muscle cells undergo super hydration, they
build muscle faster and more efficiently.
How do you take Phosphagain?
Phosphagain is a delicious, easy-to-use dietary supplement that you simply mix
with water or juice in a shaker or blender. The first five days you're on
Phosphagain, you need to take it three times a day with or between meals.
After the initial five-day "loading phase," you can cut back to a maintenance
dose of one to two servings per day. An optimal "maintenance schedule" might
be to consume one serving of Phosphagain on non-training days and two servings
on days when you work out with weights - with one serving being consumed as soon
as possible after a workout.
Does Phosphagain cause any side effects?
No significant side effects have been observed in Phosphagain users.
Phosphagain contains no drugs. For people with milk or egg allergies or severe
lactose intolerance, Phosphagain may cause some stomach discomfort.
Is it OK to use Phosphagain with other supplements?
Yes. No adverse reactions are known between Phosphagain and any other natural
supplements. However, if you're using Phosphagain as directed, you probably
don't need to take a carbohydrate supplement nor would you likely need an amino
acid, protein, or vitamin and mineral supplement.