SODIUM glycerophosphate – is formed when sodium, phosphorus and glycerol are incorporated into one molecule. Glycerol is a sugar alcohol that, when consumed in appropriate quantities, has a beneficial effect on the body’s water-electrolyte balance during exercise. Glycerol acts as an anabolic. Its action allows you to increase the feeling of a muscle pump. However, this action does not consist in an increase in nitrogen tillage synthesis. Glycerol allows you to increase the amount of water in muscle cells. Sodium glycerophosphate gives this feeling of full and impaled muscles. Blood pressure control, nerve impulse transmission and water and electrolyte management are key functions for which sodium is needed. Sodium is also necessary for maintaining the acid-base balance. Phosphorus is an element necessary for the formation of high-energy compounds. It allows us to produce energy more efficiently.
Dosage: 100-200 mg per day.