Can postbiotic boost muscle strength?

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Postbiotic & Muscle Strength?
Muscle decline in healthy people starts as early as 30 years old.
Our muscles are only as strong as the energy source that powers them - mitochondria. After 10 years of research, Swiss scientists have discovered a novel postbiotic derived from pomegranates that rebuilds the power grid of your muscle, it’s called Mitopure. Unlike protein that supports the growth of muscle, Mitopure feeds your body’s cellular renewal process to increase muscle strength by boosting the energy available to your muscle. It is something completely new.⁠
Try a sample of Mitopure today. $10 gets you 3 servings of this novel nutrient and the cost is fully reimbursed when you purchase a plan.
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The first postbiotic shown to boost muscle strength at a cellular level
As we age, the vital energy factories inside our cells, our mitochondria, become damaged and lose power. This reduction in cellular energy leads to declines, including in muscle strength. Scientists in Switzerland discovered that Mitopure triggers the body's natural defense process, replacing damaged mitochondria with fresh new ones, a process called biogenesis.
Learn more about the clinical trials and the science behind Mitopure at our website and use promo code SCIAM10 at checkout for 10% off your order.
So Far I LOVE it! I can noticeably feel a difference and have increased muscle strength and energy during my workouts. Dylan W. Verified Customer
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The Science Behind Mitopure with Dr. Anurag Singh
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Why Muscle is Key To Healthy Aging with Dr. Mark Hyman
"In terms of the impact on my energy levels, this is the most powerful supplement I've ever tried."
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* 500mg Mitopure™ have been shown to (1) induce gene expression related to mitochondria function and metabolism and (2) increase the strength of the hamstring leg muscle in measures of knee extension and flexion in overweight 40-65 year olds. Data from two randomized double-blind placebo-controlled human clinical trials.

** 500mg Mitopure™ have been shown to deliver at least 6 times higher Urolithin A plasma levels over 24 hours (area under the curve) than 8 ounces (240ml) of pomegranate juice in a randomized human clinical trial.

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