InterHealth launches ZMA-3000 for powdered beverages

InterHealth launches ZMA-3000 for powdered beverages

ZMA-3000 can be added to protein powders, powdered energy beverages, recovery powders or similar product formulations. 

InterHealth Nutraceuticals Inc., a leader in the nutraceutical ingredient industry, has recently released a new ZMA-3000 powder designed specifically for powdered beverage products. A must-have for anyone who is serious about building a lean and muscular physique or for athletes who train regularly.

In-house taste tests showed that ZMA-3000 added no noticeable taste or mouthfeel to the powders. The powder is lightly sweetened with acesulfame potassium, Sucralose and vanilla flavor. ZMA-3000 can be added to protein powders, powdered energy beverages, recovery powders or similar product formulations. The benefits of the three nutrients that make up ZMA® are invaluable for creating a strong and hormonally efficient body that can recover quickly and effectively.

ZMA aids in replenishing zinc, magnesium, and vitamin B6 levels in the body which are cofactors for enzymatic reactions and may play a part in muscle function and exercise performance. ZMA has been shown in randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, published research to support muscle strength and power and healthy testosterone levels. These benefits are an effective addition to any powdered formula.

ZMA is used regularly by numerous successful athletes. Recently, Green Bay Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers told a reporter from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about the benefits he has experienced from taking ZMA. Dave Hawk a former Mr. USA and Mr. World, also regularly takes ZMA. Hawk comments that, “As a former IFBB pro bodybuilder and lifetime fitness enthusiast, ZMA has been a staple supplement to my fitness regimen. A ZMA powder-based formula is something I would buy to help with my daily workouts.”

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