Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Mueller Eurotape Platinum Grade

Mueller Eurotape Platinum Grade 1 1/2 "

Size : 1 1/2in X 12 1/2 yd (450in) each roll or 3.81cm X 11.43m each roll

1 roll               - RM12/roll
6 rolls              - RM11.50/roll          : RM69
12 rolls            - RM11.00/roll          : RM132
32 rolls(1box)  - RM10.50/roll          : RM336
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Monday, April 9, 2012

HORLEYS Replace gel

Fast carbs with you need them plus Palatinose™ for steady energy release

  • Scientifically formulated for the endurance athlete
  • Specialised energy in a format suitable for use on the go
  • A blend of carbohydrate sources delivers fast carbs from maltodextrin as well as steady energy release from Palatinose™ (isomaltulose)
  • 25 grams of carbs per sachet (one serve), ideal for use every 30-40 minutes during endurance exercise or just before a game
  • Contains the two key electrolytes: sodium and potassium
  • Easy to open packs: the foil sachets tear cleanly and easily, great for on the bike

For optimal energy and performance use one sachet every 30-40 minutes during exercise and follow immediately with appropriate fluid intake (300ml water).

Using one sachet post-exercise in combination with a protein source and extra fluid is beneficial for assisting recovery.

Replace Gel can be used in conjunction with Replace electrolyte sports drink as an additional carbohydrate and energy source when you are exercising for longer than 90 minutes.
One flavor -Lemon Lime 
5X38g net sachet (1box) - RM29.50
Please drop us an email or visit to order this wonderful product 

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

ASPEN Serum De L- Carnitine

L-Carnitine is a natural nutrient that can be synthesized in the human liver. It is also present in the foods we eat and has been shown to protect cells throughout the body against age-related degeneration. Most clinical research are focused on the brain, where improved mood, memory and cognition have been observed.

L-Carnitine facilitates the transmission of fatty acids into the cell's mitochondria. Carnitine enables dietary fats to be converted into energy.
Research and studies have shown L-Carnitine to be effective in the following:
    1. turning fats into energy
    2. reducing fatigue
    3. post-exercise recovery
    4. cardiovascular health
    5. effective weight management
Aspen serum De L-Carnitine is a special purpose food formulated for individuals who are carnitine-deficient, including vegetarians.

This natural nutrient is essential for fat metabolism and energy production.

Active Ingredients :
Each 10ml contains 500 mg of L-Carnitine
Descriptions :
A serum blended with highly palatable lime and lemon flavours
Indications :
A dietary supplement
Dosage :  
Adults: 1 to 2 servings (10ml) daily in the morning before breakfast and or pre-aerobic activities
Children: Not recommended
Presentation :
Amber HDPE 500ml bottle
Storage :
Keep out of reach of children. Store below 25°C. Protect from direct sunlight, heat and moisture. Refrigerate once opened.



In the strictest sense L Carnitine is not an amino acid, but a substance related to the B vitamins. However, due to its chemical structure, which is similar to those amazing amino acids it is usually considered together with them.
It's primary role is to help transport fatty acids into the energy producing units in the cells - the mitochondria, where they can be converted to energy. This is a major source of energy for the muscles, including those of the heart. As such, carnitine increases the use of fat as an energy source.
Carnitine is manufactured by the body if sufficient amounts of iron, vitamin B1, vitamin C, niacin, vitamin B6, lysine, and methionine are available. Carnitine also enhances the effectiveness of antioxidant vitamins C and E.
Carnitine is often referred to as a protein-like substance or a vitamin-like substance.
A carnitine derivative – an ester called acetyl-l-carnitine is thought to slow the aging of the brain as well as other nerve cells.
How Can L Carnitine Benefits – Benefit You?
Carnitine plays an important role in preventing fatty buildup, especially in the heart, liver, and skeletal muscles, and it helps keep blood levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in check.
The heart depends on adequate concentrations of carnitine for normal heart function.
Carnitine supplements are used to help people with carnitine deficiencies. More specifically, some people cannot properly absorb this nutrient from foods or have dietary deficiencies and thus would benefit from taking a supplement. Carnitine deficiencies may be caused by genetic disorders, liver or kidney problems, and certain medications. In addition, inadequate intake of iron, vitamin B1, vitamin C, niacin, vitamin B6, lysine, and methionine can result to a carnitine deficiency. Some symptoms of deficiency include: fatigue, chest pain, muscle weakness, and confusion.
In addition to the above aforementioned L-carnitine benefits, L-carnitine supplementation may benefit individuals with the following conditions:
Carnitine may be useful for angina pectoris, congestive heart failure, and elevated cholesterol and triglyceride levels. It is also used for recovery from a heart attack.
In fact, in several large clinical trials conducted in Italy, this nutrient has shown to have boastful favorable effects in helping people recover more quickly from heart attacks. For example, according to the well-renowned tome The Pill Book Guide to Natural Medicines written by Michael Murray N.D. who states:
"Subjects taking carnitine showed significant improvements in heart rate, blood pressure, angina attacks, rhythm disturbances, and clinical signs of impaired heart function compared to the subjects taking placebo."
Carnitine has been used experimentally for Alzheimer's and age-related memory impairment. Acetyl-L-carnitine, or ALC--is currently being studied in supplement form as a possible treatment for memory loss associated with aging and Alzheimer's disease. Some studies have shown L- acetylcarnitine may help delay the progression of Alzheimer's disease. In addition, it may relieve senile depression and other forms of dementia, and improve memory in the elderly. However, results from other studies have been conflicting. As such, more research is needed to determine efficacy.
Carnitine may be helpful to those that suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome. Studies have shown decreased carnitine levels in many chronic fatigue sufferers.
Carnitine (L-propionylcarnitine) has been used in connection with intermittent claudication, a peripheral vascular disease of the legs. At least one well-designed study suggests that carnitine supplements, particularly proprinylcarnitine may improve muscle function and exercise capacity in those with peripheral vascular disease (PVD). In other words, PVD sufferers may be able to walk farther and longer.
Carnitine has also been used for male infertility. Low sperm count and abnormal motility have been linked to low carnitine levels in men. Several studies have shown that L-carnitine helped increase sperm counts and motility.
Other conditions L-carnitine supplementation may be of benefit include:
  • Down's syndrome
  • Alcohol-related Liver Disease
  • Kidney Disease and Hemodialysis
It's important to note that although L-carnitine supplements has been marketed as a weight loss aid, more research is needed in this area.
Food Sources
Meat, poultry, fish, and dairy products are the richest sources of L-carnitine. Grains, fruits, and vegetables contain little or no carnitine.
L Carnitine Precautions and Side Effects
If you are currently being treated with AZT, Doxorubicin, Isotretinoin, and Valproic Acid you should speak to a physician before taking any L carnitine supplements.
If you have a health condition or are on any prescription medications you should also consult with a physician before taking any L carnitine supplements.
It does not appear that L carnitine causes significant side effects, high doses of 5 or more grams per day may cause diarrhea. Other possible but rare side effects include body odor, rash, and increased appetite. This dietary supplement is considered safe when used as recommended. 


Saturday, July 31, 2010

IFIC REVIEW (Continue)

Continued from previous post:


International Food Information Council Foundation

Caffeine & Health:
Clarifying The Controversies


It has long been anecdotally reported that caffeine has the ability to improve alertness and aid in concentration. Recent studies in a number of laboratories have consistently demonstrated increases in key aspects of cognitive function related to alertness, even among well-rested volunteers. Additionally, caffeine enhances self-rated moods such as vigor, efficiency, energy and clear-headedness. These effects are present at consumption levels as low as 32mg (less than an eight-ounce cup of hot tea). [Lieberman, 2001]