Beta Alanine May Raise Serum Thyroid Hormones Via L-Carnosine Production

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  1. Lokzo

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    When I supplemented with 5g of Creatine and 3g of Beta Alanine daily, my energy levels where steady thru the day and good performance on the pitch when playing football/soccer.

    Dropped because I was taking too many supplements. But this is interesting.
     
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    There's compelling research on beta alanine for sports performance, so just stick with that one.

    L-Carnosine has some interesting research, but if you're coming at from a PED effect then stick with B.A !
     
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    Yeah beta alanine is awesome for energy.
     
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    I wonder if there's unique benefits to consuming L carnosine directly though?

    I heard beta alanine is like citrulline in that, beta alanine is better at raising carnosine levels than consuming carnosine itself. Citrulline is the same for arginine.

    I've heard some mention carnosine supplementation having some benefits, cant remember what
     
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