Amino Buf delivers peak performance for longer, providing a boost in the buffering of lactic acid in the muscle.
Creatine Tri Malate is used in the formulation of Amino Buf because of its critical involvement in the supply of energy to muscles, through its mechanism of converting ADP (adenosine diphosphate) back to ATP (adenosine triphosphate) so that it can be reused.
Supplementing with creatine has also been found to increase the readily available energy supply to muscles.
Amino-Buf is a supplement combination of amino acids with an extremely high concentration of Beta-Alanine. This product has been specifically designed to buffer lactic acid using proven scientific methods.
What is Beta-Alanine?
This supplement contains concentrated levels of Beta-Alanine which is actually classed as a di-peptide. A di-peptide is the combination of only two amino acids. Beta Alanine is composed of the individual amino acids Carnosine and Histidine.
Science behind Amino-Buf:
Buffering lactic acid in horses competing in competition has always been controversial given the scientifically proven effects of sodium bicarbonate (TCO2) loading.
M Dunnett and M C Harris from the Royal Veterinary College, Hatfield, UK, performed a study involving six thoroughbreds, and witnessed changes in the levels of muscle carnosine which was influenced by the bioavailability of the oral supplementation of Beta Alanine . Muscle carnosine levels individually increased significantly correlating with the different levels of dosage . Increasing the muscle carnosine levels lead to intramuscular buffering capacity .
Other studies have been performed since and one of the most noticeable benefits of supplementing oral Beta- Alanine is that, regardless of how much is supplemented, the TCO2 levels are not elevated, meaning no breaches of rules of racing.
Another important ingredient in Amino-Buf is Glutamine. Infection and intense exercise has been demonstrated in the past to decrease the concentration of plasma Glutamine levels of horses. Oral supplementation of Glutamine has been shown to benefit the athletically or clinically stressed horse with decreased plasma Glutamine levels .
Amino-Buf is suitable and effective towards all types of equine sports competition.
Feed 15g twice a day. A regular feeding of 15g twice a day must be continued for at least four weeks before noticing the significant lactic acid buffering effects.
Available Pack Sizes
3kg - 200 x 15g doses
10kg - 667 x 15g doses
Influence of oral beta-alanine and L-histidine supplementation on the carnosine content of the gluteus medius.
Dunnett M1, Harris RC.
1 Department of Veterinary Basic Sciences, Royal Veterinary College, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, UK.
Plasma glutamine concentrations in the horse following feeding and oral glutamine supplementation.
Harris RC1, Harris PA, Routledge NB, Naylor JR, Wilson AM.
1 University of Chichester, Chichester P019 6PE, UK