Ribose, 250 g
- Supports rapid energy repletion for intense physical activity*
- Promotes muscle energy metabolism*
- Made with hypoallergenic, vegan ingredients
- Convenient powder formula for easy dispensing
Ribose is designed to promote rapid regeneration of critical energy molecules for maximum training when taken before, during or after high-intensity exercise. Ribose specifically helps replenish depleted adenine nucleotide pools.*
Rapid energy repletion for intense exercise
*Over 150 studies demonstrate the ability of ribose, a pentose sugar found in all living cells, to increase adenosine triphosphate (ATP) levels and total adenine nucleotide (TAN) recovery, promoting skeletal and cardiac muscle energy metabolism. Ribose is the key compound used by the body to form the nucleotides AMP, ADP and ATP, which are depleted during strenuous physical activity or from lack of oxygen. Skeletal and cardiac muscle rely on these metabolites for energy, and two metabolic pathways preserve these pools. The first mechanism involves salvaging end products of AMP breakdown, or preventing them from leaving the cell. If they are salvaged, they may be recycled back to AMP and ultimately to ATP. The second mechanism for preserving nucleotide pools is de novo synthesis, or formation of new nucleotides from ribose. Both of these crucial activities can only begin when ribose is converted to 5-phosphoribosyl-1-pyrophosphate (PRPP). If ribose concentrations are not sufficient, PRPP is in low supply and muscle cells cannot adequately recharge. Although the body has the ability to manufacture ribose from glucose, it is a slow process which requires glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G-6-PDH), an enzyme typically in short supply. Supplemental ribose allows the body to bypass this step, rapidly supplying the compounds needed to boost salvage and enhance de novo synthesis. Research indicates that nucleotides decrease after repeated, intense exercise and that they may not be recovered for up to several days, leaving muscle without the ability to refuel energy stores. Ribose also offers powerful, complementary support to creatine by enhancing TAN pools, providing the necessary substrates which creatine can then convert to ATP.
Ribose, taken before, during or after high-intensity exercise, accelerates replenishment of depleted adenine nucleotide pools, keeping ATP and TAN levels at their peak, and providing rapid regeneration of critical energy molecules for maximal training.
Use of D-Ribose by Pure Encapsulations is authorized by Bioenergy, Inc. under U.S. Patents 4,605,644; 4,719, 201, and patents pending..
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
The information contained herein is for informational purposes only and does not establish a doctor-patient relationship. Please be sure to consult your physician before taking this or any other product.
Consult your physician for any health problems.
Ingredientsone scoop contains
d-ribose..................................................................................... 2.2 grams
1–2 scoops per day, 30 minutes before or following an exercise
session, or in divided doses before and after exercise. On days with
no exercise scheduled, take in the evening before bedtime.
Directions1–2 scoops per day, 30 minutes before or following an exercise session, or in divided doses before and after exercise. On days with no exercise scheduled, take in the evening before bedtime.
Dosage1–2 scoops per day, 30 minutes before or following an exercise session, or in divided doses before and after exercise. On days with no exercise scheduled, take in the evening before bedtime.
If pregnant or lactating, consult your physician before
taking this product. In a small number of instances,
diarrhea, gastrointestinal discomfort, nausea, and
headache have been reported with ribose supplementation.
Ribose may have a hypoglycemic effect, which appears to
be transient and clinically non-significant. It is advised
that diabetics be supervised closely by their healthcare