Metabolizes Fat for Energy From the Start of the Exercise
of VAAM's optimum combination of 17 amino acids, VAAM activates
the metabolism of fat for energy on the onset of your physical
activity. What happens is that glycogen is conserved. This enables
you to maintain a steady pace to the very end. You will be able
to call on bursts of power (on reserve) when you most need them.
illustration below shows Normal Energy Consumption and Energy
Consumption using VAAM:
As a source of stamina for endurance sports, fat, however, takes
a long time to metabolize. But if fat can be utilized as energy
from the initial start of exercise, glycogen is conserved. This
enables you to maintain a steady pace to the very end and call
on bursts of power when you most need them. This is how VAAM functions,
by activating the metabolism of fat into energy.
are two primary sources of energy in your body -- glycogen
and fat stored by the body. Glycogen is easily burned
within short periods of time and serves as a source of stamina
in events that require burst of energy. The disadvantage here
is in the amount of glycogen reserves. A mere 450 grams -- approximately
1,800 kilo calories of glycogen is stored in your body (this may
vary according to individual body types).
- Limited supply of energy in your body
Body FAT - Abundant supply of energy in your body
is not enough for long period of exercise. Alternatively
fat is stored in abundance by the body although it requires large
amounts of oxygen and is generally difficult to convert into energy.
Even the slimmest marathon runner can use her low body fat for
a marathon runner weighing 130lbs with only about 5% body fat.
This calculates to approximately 27,000 kilo calories of energy
reserves. This is enough energy to run a full marathon
consuming 3,000 kilo calories, nine times over!
fat is an abundant source of energy, VAAM can aid in utilizing
your body's fat store to save that stored glycogen for the bursts
of energy that you can need at the end of your race.