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Compound Solutions to Display TeaCrine at SupplySide

Article-Compound Solutions to Display TeaCrine at SupplySide

<p>Compound Solutions will show its TeaCrine&#8482; natural energy ingredient and discuss its applications for sports nutrition in booth 13044 at SupplySide West.</p>

LAS VEGAS—Compound Solutions will show its TeaCrine™ natural energy ingredient and discuss its applications for sports nutrition in booth 13044 at SupplySide West.

Unlike caffeine, TeaCrine enhances the mind/muscle connection and allows for better performance without a crash. This concentrated, nature-identical compound increases neural drive and supports natural metabolic processes to help prepare the body for more intense, longer-lasting workouts.

Theacrine is a purine alkaloid that, in nature, is found primarily in the leaves of the Camellia Kucha plant. TeaCrine delivers a concentrated dose of pure theacrine, ideal for use in sports nutrition formulas and dietary supplements. Backed by science, patent-pending TeaCrine is designed to provide active individuals and athletes with pure, clean energy that lasts many hours.

“TeaCrine activates dopaminergic receptors to help increase mental clarity, and improve mood and motivation, while reducing adenosinergic activity which increases the energy needed to perform," said Tim Ziegenfuss, Ph.D., FISSN, CSCS, co-founder and chief scientific officer of the Center for Applied Health Sciences. “With a molecular structure similar to caffeine, studies have shown that theacrine significantly enhances energy and does not result in a fatigued crash or lead to tolerance buildup. TeaCrine continues to provide the same significant benefits at the same dose over time."

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