ZMA

Administração
Administração

Uso Oral

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Indicação

Indicado para quem deseja:
- Ganho de massa e força muscular
- Aumento nos níveis de testosterona
- Melhora na qualidade do sono

Posologia

HOMEM MULHER
2,4 g de ZMA® (equivalente a aproximadamente 30 mg de zinco, 450 mg de magnésio e 10,5 mg de vitamina B6)
1,6 g de ZMA® (equivalente a aproximadamente 20 mg de zinco, 300 mg de magnésio e 7 mg de vitamina B6)
Recomenda-se tomar o ZMA® com o estômago vazio, de 30 a 60 minutos antes de deitar para dormir.
A recuperação, reparação tecidual e crescimento muscular são mais elevados durante o sono. Portanto, tomar ZMA® na hora de dormir pode ajudar a otimizar esses processos.

Interações medicamentosas

O cálcio pode interferir na absorção de zinco e magnésio, portanto, recomenda-se que o ZMA® não seja formulado com excipientes à base de cálcio, nem tomado com alimentos ou suplementos que contenham cálcio.

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