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MEDIATOR® 50P – (1,500MG)

A certain class of fat molecule called phosphatidic acid directly stimulates the human signaling system known as mTOR, which is responsible for mTOR-driven muscle protein synthesis. The anabolic (muscle-building) benefits of resistance-training regimens are said to be enhanced by phosphatidic acid supplementation, according to research. In fact, research demonstrates that resistance-trained athletes who consumed 750 mg of phosphatidic acid daily for eight weeks while engaging in a rigorous resistance-training regimen outperformed placebo in terms of size and strength.


Epicatechin is a bioactive flavanol that is present in small levels in a variety of foods, such as dark chocolate and green tea, and is well known for its ability to inhibit myostatin. Skeletal muscle contains a protein called myostatin, which inhibits muscle development. Additionally recognized for promoting nitric oxide (NO) generation and mitochondrial biogenesis, epicatechin promotes increased blood flow and nutrition delivery.


Apigenin is a bioflavonoid that is present in many plants, including celery, chamomile, onions, grapefruits, and grapes. It has the special capacity to inhibit 17-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase (17-HSD). Apigenin appears to stimulate muscle protein synthesis (and hence hypertrophy) in animals by promoting the phosphorylation of a number of essential mTOR pathway participants, such as Akt, S6K1, and 4E-BP1.


AstraGin is a brand-new combination of highly pure and fractionated Panax notoginseng and Astragalus membranaceus that has been demonstrated in 16 in-vitro and 8 in-vivo studies to boost the bioavailability and absorption of various important nutrients, including the uptake of several amino acids (such as leucine 58% increase). Because research on ginsenosides—one of AstraGin's active ingredients—have shown that this compound stimulates the mTOR signal pathway by modulating upstream kinases in muscle cells, AstraGin could also help with improved muscle repair and development after exercise.