Ribose is a sugar compound that is found living cell tissue that supports muscle energy metabolism. It's our primary compound that forms ADP, AMP and ATP s ADP, AMP and ATP, which nucleotide that are used up due to reduced oxygen or strenuous physical activity. If ribose levels in the body are low, it cannot convert to PRPP which is needed to recharge muscle cell functioning during vigorous activity and/or stress. The body is able to create ribose from glucose but the process is slow and depends on other frequently limited enzymes.
Extra ribose permits the body to bypass this slower process and rapidly supply compounds needed to maintain healthy muscle functioning.
Each Scoop Contains
2.2 grams d-ribose
Take 1-2 scoops daily, 30 minutes before or following an exercise session, or in divided doses before and after exercise. On non-exercise days, take in the evening before bedtime.