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JYM Supplement Science


DEFEATING DEFICIENCIES: Those who train hard in the gym are often deficient in two critical minerals – zinc and magnesium – which negatively affects performance and can impact overall health. ZMA JYM counteracts this with proper amounts of both minerals.
MORE ANABOLIC: Studies have shown that supplementing with ZMA maximizes testosterone levels as well. This helps to promote more muscle and strength for athletes and gym rats.
PROPER RATIOS: Each dose of ZMA JYM delivers the perfect form and dose of zinc (30 mg), magnesium (450 mg), and vitamin B6 (10.5 mg), as well as an effective/the recommended dose of Bioperine (5 mg), which has been shown to enhance the uptake of zinc, magnesium and B vitamins.
PATENTED FORM: ZMA JYM isn’t just zinc and magnesium mixed together haphazardly. It uses the patented form of ZMA from SNAC systems to optimize the uptake and utilization of both minerals.


Recovery Equals Results

Research has confirmed that athletes are often deficient in both zinc and magnesium. And why is this important? First, because zinc is an essential mineral and antioxidant known to be critical for protein synthesis, the molecular mechanism of muscle growth. Then there’s magnesium, an essential mineral that’s important for cardiovascular, metabolic, and bone health. Research has reported discovered that supplementing with magnesium can significantly increase muscle strength; this may be due to its ability to maximize testosterone levels, as suggested in one study by Turkish scientists.

Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin involved in the synthesis of neurotransmitters, histamine and hemoglobin. It’s also critical in allowing the muscles to use stored glycogen (the storage form of carbohydrates) for fuel during workouts. Vitamin B6 is added to ZMA because it’s been shown to aid zinc and magnesium absorption by the body.

Research suggests that ZMA has significant anabolic benefits. One study performed at Western Washington University (Bellingham) had NCAA football players take ZMA or a placebo every night during an eight-week spring training program. The researchers reported that the athletes taking the ZMA supplement experienced more than a 30-percent increase in testosterone levels and about a 5-percent increase in levels of insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1). Those taking a placebo had a 10-percent decrease in testosterone levels and a greater than 20-percent decrease in levels of IGF-1.

In addition to the improvements in their anabolic hormone levels, the ZMA-supplemented athletes made significantly greater gains in strength and power, and achieved better sleep quality, than the placebo group. Better sleep quality helps promote muscle recovery from tough workouts.


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