See Alpha-Lipoic Acid.
The potassium salt of R-alpha-lipoic acid (R-ALA). The salt form of R-ALA has been found to be more soluble and stable; and hence, more bioavailable than unmodified R-ALA.
Also known as R-ALA. The biologically active form of alpha-lipoic acid.
A potent antioxidant that can increase insulin sensitivity and glucose disposal in human and animal models. Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) is also frequently added to creatine transport formulas as research has shown it improves creatine uptake. ALA may have therapeutic applications. For example, animal experiments have shown a combination of ALA and acetyl-l-carnitine can mitigate age-related mitochondrial decay. It may also be useful for...
An ecdysteroid isolated from Achyranthes rubrofusca – a traditional medicinal herb. Rubrosterone differs from other ecdysteroids used in bodybuilding supplements, as it lacks the side chain present in 20-hydroxyecdysone and its analogs. There is virtually no accessible human or animal research on the effects of rubrosterone in isolation – thus, claims that rubrosterone is “more active” than other ecdysteroids...