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The NEW BPI Clinical Series

Written by Sam Son. Posted in Articles, Muscle Builders, Reviews, Supplements

The NEW BPI Clinical Series

BPI Clinical Series

BPI Clinical Series

BPI is one of the hottest and fastest growing Sports Nutrition companies in the industry and for good reason. They make extra strength and ultra concentrated supplements that produce results. Recently they have just unveiled their new Clinical Series. This includes: Beta Alkaline, Gluta Alkaline, Leucine Agma pH, and Creatine Alkaline. Each was formulated to help prevent the body from becoming acidic to help the efficacy of each product and for increased metabolization and absorption.

The first in this series is Beta Alkaline. This product was designed to allow you to keep pumping harder and longer. It helps to prevent your muscles from getting tired and quitting. The Beta-Alanine is bio-friendly, meaning the body can absorb it. This helps to create muscle carnosine which greatly increases muscle stamina and endurance. To make your muscles bigger, Glycerol was added. Finally, BPI added a patent-pending pH Balanced Alkaline-Producing System, pH-Sorb™.

BPI Beta Alkanine

BPI Beta Alkanine

Benefits of Beta Alkanine

  • Delays Muscle Fatigue and Failure
  • Enhances Muscle Volumization
  • Balances the Body’s pH Levels

The second in the series is Gluta Alkaline. This dietary supplement contains two forms of glutamine. According recent research, studies suggest that glutamine could be one of the most important amino acids which supports both cells and muscle metabolism. It is essential for muscle growth. The other form of glutamine can help increase glutamine levels within muscle tissue. The pH-Sorb ™ has also been added for optimal absorption.


BPI Gluta Alkaline

BPI Gluta Alkaline

Benefits of Gluta Alkanine

  • 2 Types of Glutamine
  • Builds Muscle
  • Increased Recovery & Endurance
  • Includes pH-Sorb ™ buffering technology

The third of the new Clinical Series from BPI is Leucine Agma pH. This contains two primary amino acids; Leucine and Agmatine. Leucine helps protect muscle mass and synthesizes protein. It is important to supplement with leucince because the body cannot produce its own, so it needs to be ingested from outside sources. Agmatine, a form of L-Arginine, is great for nitric oxide synthesis. This means that the blood vessels in the muscle relax allowing more blood to flow, more nutrient delivery, and enhanced energy production. The pH-Sorb™ has also been added.

BPI Leucine Agma pH

BPI Leucine Agma pH

Benefits of Leucine Agma pH

  • Increased Pumps
  • Builds Muscle
  • Anabolic Activity
  • Nitric Oxide Synthase

The final product in the Clinical Series is Creatine Alkaline. This product contains two forms of creatine; creatine monohydrate and creatine HCI. Although the benefits of creatine are well known, BPI added its pH-Sorb™ buffering technology. When creatine interacts with stomach acid, it becomes less effective. By having a less acidic body, this should help the creatine maintain its efficacy. Wise move BPI.

Benefits of Creatine Alkaline

BPI Creatine Alkaline

BPI Creatine Alkaline


  • Enhanced Strength
  • Enhanced Size

BPI’s new Clinical Series Line is incredible, and with its added pH-Sorb™, these products are sure to become your favorite.

Need a Probiotic? -Friendly Flora Probiotics-

Written by Sam Son. Posted in Articles, Nutrition

What is intestinal flora?

Intestinal flora refers to the beneficial microorganisms in the gastrointestinal tract. Inside everyone’s digestive system are many different types of friendly flora probiotics that help us to break down food and fight off bad bacteria. Probiotics (“pro” meaning for and “biotic” meaning life) are these beneficial microorganisms that are found in such fermented foods as yogurt and sauerkraut. In fact, the World Health Organization defines probiotics as, “live microorganisms that when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host.”  For millions of years, people of all different cultures have been taking friendly flora probiotics to promote overall health and to replenish these good bacteria. A key element to staying healthy is to keep our gut flora balanced.

When Can Probiotics Help?

Unfortunately, the modern-day lifestyle is often full of stress. Combine that with what we generally eat and natural aging, our intestinal flora can become extremely imbalanced. This imbalance is made worse when taking antacids or medications that affect digestion. If you have ever taken antibiotics, this completely wipes out and kills all the bacteria, good and bad. This wreaks havoc on the body’s natural balance of intestinal friendly flora.

Friendly Flora Probiotics

Thankfully, friendly flora probiotics are available that can help to replenish the destroyed intestinal flora. Restoring balance is vital to maintaining good health. In fact, Yale University has suggested that taking probiotics can be helpful in helping many different health problems including; irritable bowel syndrome, common infection, and even eczema! (

Taking Probiotics

Not too many people know or understand the importance of maintaining healthy flora. However, some people do eat yogurt or maybe take an L. acidophilus supplement. Unfortunately, the vast majority of these bacteria are killed in the stomach acid. Thankfully, a way to save the good bacteria has been invented. By using a pectin coating, scientists use a polymeric carbonate gel to protect the good bacteria. Called BIO-tract®, this gel then slowly digests offering a timed release probiotic. Further, the fibers in the gel are a prebiotic, meaning it gives the bacteria food so the bacteria can grow and multiply. Currently, BIO-tract® is only used in the probiotic supplement florALiv. However, florALiv is an incredible probiotic. Aside from it being slow-releasing, it also contains 10 strains of beneficial bacteria, instead of just one. Finally, florALiv has actazin, an extract from kiwi fruit which has been known to be incredibly beneficial to the gastrointestinal tract and its friendly flora.

For optimum health, you should consider the status of your intestinal flora and seriously consider taking probiotics. If you are going to take a probiotic, you should have one that is full spectrum rather than just one strain of good bacteria. Further, it should be a supplement that can protect the bacteria from the stomach acid. For all this, the best probiotic is florALiv.     


ultimate probitotic

Slow-releasing Probiotic


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