60 capsules = 52 g
The manufacturer writes:
GABA is the abbreviation for gamma-aminobutyric acid. It is an amine of butyric acid and belongs to the non-proteinogenic amino acids.
In the body it is formed from glutamic acid.
Function of GABA
The development and function of the human brain crucially depends on the availability of GABA. It is also one of the most important inhibitory neurotransmitters in the central nervous system.
History of GABA
Although GABA was first synthesised in 1883, it was initially known as only a vegetable and microbial metabolic product.
Indeed its significance has only been recognised in recent years. It was first discovered in 1910 in tissue and in 1950 it was found in the brains of mammals, when the interest in its possible effect as a neurotransmitter peaked.
Not until 1968 did scientists find final proof that it was a true neurotransmitter. In the following decades GABA became the subject of comprehensive research attempting to comprehend its role in the body.
Science is still busy discovering the potential effects of this vital neurotransmitter. The effects concern many aspects of health from sleep quality to the regulation of feeling. GABA is said to be like yoga for the soul.
Advantages of the Fairvital GABA capsules:
- support the building up of strength and muscles
- for refreshing sleep, leading to quicker recovery
- can promote the burning of fat
- can be important for learning
- tip for bodybuilders and power athletes
- vegetarian and vegan
- do not contain silicon dioxide
Note: Do not exceed the stated recommended daily dose. Nutritional supplements are no replacement for a balanced and varied diet as well as a healthy lifestyle. Please keep this product out of the reach of young children!
Storage: always keep the container well closed and dry.
Fairvital b.v., Postbus 31119, 6370 AC Landgraaf, Netherlands