LACTAT BUFFER, called anaerob-lactacids, competition sports. A competition supplement for ambitious athletes in all disciplines where lactate increases are performance-limiting.
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LACTAT BUFFER, is a powdered soft drink flavored with sodium citrate and bicarbonate young active sportsman high intensity, called anaerob-lactacids, sports. During high intensity it emphasizes the accumulation of lactate is often the limiting performance. This results in a short-term drop in pH in the blood. Lactat Buffer is a supplement of competition for ambitious athletes in all disciplines in which lactate increases are limited (rowing, sprinting, skiing, swimming, etc.). Approved in Switzerland as a novel dietary supplement for athletes.
|BODY WEIGHT||1 DAY RATION||+ WATER|
|45-55 kg||25 g||= 3 ML*||ca. 700 ml|
|55-65 kg||30 g||= 4 ML*||ca. 850 ml|
|65-75 kg||34 g||= 4.5 ML*||ca. 1000 ml|
|75-85 kg||39 g||= 5 ML*||ca. 1100 ml|
|85-95 kg||44 g||= 5.5 ML*||ca. 1250 ml|
* ML = measuring spoon
REQUEST Suitable for swimmers, sprinters, ruddersport, martial arts like judo, lifts, cross-country sprint, bobsleigh, speed climbing, etc. As Akut-Load 3h before the competition in accordance with the recommendation of intake. In scientific studies, loads of soft drinks several days have proved equally effective. Ideally, take over 4-5 days before the competition according to the recommended intake. Drink the drinking solution throughout the day (4-5x). Last intake at least 3 hours before the start according to the recommended intake on the can. The effects on the performance of promotion are to be shown up to 24h after ingestion. It is expected that changes in urine PH because bicarbonate supplementation. If an athlete is called for doping control, it may take several hours for the PH of the urine to reach an acceptable standard for supervisory bodies. Lactate Buffer does not contain dopant-active substances and can also be taken by elite athletes.
Warnings accordance with the permit requirements of the Federal Office of Public Health Salt-sensitive hypertension patients and people with kidney failure are without the use of lactate buffer. Sodium bicarbonate and sodium citrate should not be taken with milk as this can result in milk alkali syndrome with increased calcium deposits in the blood and calcium in the kidney. MORE INFORMATION Datasheet for download
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