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Datum: 25.1. 2016

Beta-alanine is a non-protein and non-essential amino acid from the beta spectrum amino acids. It is important not to mistake for alanine because beta-alanine is a totally different substance.

In a small amount it is received in form of food such as fish or chicken, pork and beef meat. By its additional supplementation the carnosine synthesis in the human body is supported. Also, carnosine affects pH stability in muscles and thanks to that some of the following positive effects can be achieved: 
    • muscle strength increase 
    • physical performance improvement 
    • endurance increase 
    • muscle fatigue delay 
    So why not to use just carnosine? According to scientific studies the answer is:
    When using carnosine orally it does not reach the muscles directly so the human body is forced to break it into amino acids L-histidine and beta-alanine. The final content of beta-alanine is around 40% per dose and by creating it this way the body is supplied with carnosine which goes straight into the muscles. So it is better to use beta-alanine alone because again it is transformed into carnosine with the help of L-histidine. Under the normal circumstances, the human body has a sufficient amount of L-histidine but sometimes thanks to diet mistakes it is possible to have its deficit so that is why it is more suitable to receive it together with beta-alanine.