What are the raw ingredients of Katsuo Stamina?

The product gets its name from the arctic bonito, also known as the skipjack tuna or bullet mackerel, which is a migratory fish. Bearing the scientific name Katsuwonus pelamis it is known to be very fluid in shape. The fish can swim continuously at a speed range of between 90km/h and 160 km/h, with a maximum cruise time of more than 20 hours. Scientific researchers have found the fish cruising interstate through e-tags that detect the fish movement.

It is a natural master in lowering lactic acid.

While the cheetah is the fastest mammal on land being able to reach a 100 km/h, its chase lasts for only 15 seconds. A longer run could cause overheating and result in the fatality of the animal.

On the part of the arctic bonito, its cruising speed is 90km/h and it maintains it for two hours while staying in a normal state.

The main function of Katsuo Stamina is to promote the break-down and conversion of lactic acid from the body. It does not replace salt pills and energy gel.
Katsuo Stamina can be taken in concurrence with continuous extreme sports for up to several days. Lactic acid is broken down and eventually gets excreted from the body as water. This makes the product undeniably safe for consumption.
Katsuo Stamina is extracted from pure wild bonito meat and alpha carnosine. The product has undergone and passed double-blind clinical trials, acute toxicity studies and stimulant tests. Where it is developed and manufactured, Katsuo Stamina has to pass strict Japanese pharmaceutical standards in line with the requirements of the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare.
Using Katsuo Stamina results in different effects to each individual as one would have to take into account a person’s physical abilities, their physical form during a race, the level of difficulty as well as their challengers’ capabilities. Adhere to the recommended consumption for best results.
06 Can Katsuo Stamina be taken on an empty stomach?
It is absolutely safe to be taken on an empty stomach. In fact, it is the best way to consume it as its ingredients are better absorbed through the intestinal wall.

07 What is lactic acid?

Lactic acid is a metabolite produced during anaerobic respiration when muscles are fatigued. It contains a large amount of energy that is not burnt. The timely treatment of lactic acid will transform it into usable energy during exercise, increasing energy supply tremendously. Not disposing lactic acid will see an accumulation and athletes can suffer from a reduction in exercise capacity, or loss of athletic ability due to muscle soreness, cramping or a physical slump.


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