Pyruvate (the buffered form of pyruvic acid) is a product created in the body during the metabolism of carbohydrates and protein.
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This supplement has been used in connection with the following health conditions:
|100 grams of a combination of dihydroxyacetone and pyruvate||[2 stars] |
One group of researchers has reported that a combination of dihydroxyacetone and pyruvate enhanced the endurance of certain muscles.
Athletic Performance and Improving Body Composition with Strength Training in Untrained People
|Refer to label instructions||[2 stars] |
Three controlled studies of people using a combination of pyruvate and an exercise program reported positive effects on weight loss and body fat.
|6 to 10 grams daily combined with an exercise program||[2 stars] |
Combining exercise with pyruvate may help support body weight and fat loss.
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