Kevin Levrone Gold Lean Mass Signature Series


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LEVRONE GOLD LEAN MASS is a truly innovative solution in the field of protein and carbohydrate supplements. Apart from optimally selected proportions of complete proteins and carbohydrates, the gainer has been enriched with a number of valuable additives, which may prove to be a valuable support in building lean muscle mass and body shape modelling. The product contains amino acids, plant-based testosterone boosters, HMB, DAA, creatine and fatty acids. The product is an ideal choice to supplement your daily diet during times of increased psychophysical activity – it will be equally effective for people exercising recreationally and professional athletes.


What are the benefits of LEVRONE GOLD LEAN MASS dietary supplement?

  • Multi-ingredient formula designed to support the development of a muscular physique without unnecessary fat gain
  • Optimally selected proportions of components used
  • As much as 70 g of complete whey protein complex – a mixture of WPC, WPI and WPH with varied rate of absorption – prolonged time of access to amino acids and valuable nutrients
  • Protein contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass, supports healthy bones and provides the diet with valuable essential amino acids[1-5]
  • A single serving provides up to 72g of carbohydrate complex – glucose and maltodextrin – which is valuable for glycogen resynthesis and has a positive effect on the proper functioning of muscles after prolonged and exhausting exercise[1,3,5-7]
  • Using protein with carbohydrates in people practicing strength and endurance exercise may be helpful in achieving the desired goal[1,5]
  • Creatine contributes to increased physical performance, aids in the intensification of muscle mass growth, may improve strength and cognitive function, and has beneficial effects on certain exercise capacities[1,3,8-12]
  • A complex of the exogenous amino acids BCAA and L-glutamine, which may prove helpful in protein synthesis or in reducing the adverse consequences of exhaustive physical activity, among other things[1,13,14]
  • DAA may play a valuable role for sexual performance and fertility issues (e.g. sperm motility and sperm count in semen)[15]
  • HMB has been credited with beneficial use during athletic and muscular body shaping and has shown valuable use when working on lean muscle mass[1,16,17]
  • L-arginine is an amino acid with significant effects on nitric oxide production and levels, which affects blood transport and may be important for blood pressure, exercise capacity, and muscle vascularization (known as muscle pump)[18,19]
  • L-ornithine supplementation is supposedly beneficial in counteracting excessive levels of the stress hormone (cortisol)[20]
  • Extracts of mace and fenugreek may have valuable effects on many aspects of health including sexual fitness, libido, sperm motility, and blood glucose[21-25]
  • Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) may prove to be a valuable supplement when working towards lean muscle mass[26]



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  2. Devries, Michaela C., and Stuart M. Phillips. “Supplemental protein in support of muscle mass and health: advantage whey.” Journal of food science 80.S1 (2015): A8-A15.
  3. Komisji, Rozporządzenie. “Nr 432/2012 z dnia 16 maja 2012 r. ustanawiające wykaz dopuszczonych oświadczeń zdrowotnych dotyczących żywności, innych niż oświadczenia odnoszące się do zmniejszenia ryzyka choroby oraz rozwoju i zdrowia dzieci.” Dz. Urz. UE L1 36: 1-40.
  4. Hayes, Alan, and Paul J. Cribb. “Effect of whey protein isolate on strength, body composition and muscle hypertrophy during resistance training.” Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition & Metabolic Care 11.1 (2008): 40-44.
  5. Baty, Jacob J., et al. “The effect of a carbohydrate and protein supplement on resistance exercise performance, hormonal response, and muscle damage.” The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 21.2 (2007): 321-329.
  6. Burke, Louise M., et al. “Carbohydrates for training and competition.”Journal of sports sciences 29.sup1 (2011): S17-S27.
  7. Jentjens, Roy, and Asker E. Jeukendrup. “Determinants of post-exercise glycogen synthesis during short-term recovery.” Sports Medicine 33.2 (2003): 117-144.
  8. Kreider, Richard B., et al. “International Society of Sports Nutrition position stand: safety and efficacy of creatine supplementation in exercise, sport, and medicine.” Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 14.1 (2017): 1-18.
  9. Jagiełło, Władysław, Marek Kruszewski, and Jakub Banach. “Effects of creatine supplementation on body mass and muscle girths in bodybuilders.” Biomedical Human Kinetics 2.2010 (2010): 47-50.
  10. Brose, Andrea, Gianni Parise, and Mark A. Tarnopolsky. “Creatine supplementation enhances isometric strength and body composition improvements following strength exercise training in older adults.” The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences 58.1 (2003): B11-B19.
  11. LOON, Luc JC VAN, et al. “Creatine supplementation increases glycogen storage but not GLUT-4 expression in human skeletal muscle.” Clinical science 106.1 (2004): 99-106.
  12. Rawson, Eric S., and Andrew C. Venezia. “Use of creatine in the elderly and evidence for effects on cognitive function in young and old.” Amino acids 40.5 (2011): 1349-1362.
  13. Negro, Massimo, et al. “Branched-chain amino acid supplementation does not enhance athletic performance but affects muscle recovery and the immune system.” Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 48.3 (2008): 347.
  14. Legault, Zachary, Nicholas Bagnall, and Derek S. Kimmerly. “The influence of oral L-glutamine supplementation on muscle strength recovery and soreness following unilateral knee extension eccentric exercise.” International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism 25.5 (2015): 417-426.
  15. D’Aniello, Gemma, et al. “d-Aspartate, a key element for the improvement of sperm quality.” (2012).
  16. Wilson, Jacob M., et al. “International society of sports nutrition position stand: beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate (HMB).” Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition 10.1 (2013): 1-14.
  17. Jówko, Ewa, et al. “Creatine and β-hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate (HMB) additively increase lean body mass and muscle strength during a weight-training program.” Nutrition 17.7-8 (2001): 558-566.
  18. Dong, Jia-Yi, et al. “Effect of oral L-arginine supplementation on blood pressure: a meta-analysis of randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials.” American heart journal 162.6 (2011): 959-965.
  19. Bailey, Stephen J., et al. “Acute L-arginine supplementation reduces the O2 cost of moderate-intensity exercise and enhances high-intensity exercise tolerance.” Journal of Applied Physiology 109.5 (2010): 1394-1403.
  20. Miyake, Mika, et al. “Randomised controlled trial of the effects of L-ornithine on stress markers and sleep quality in healthy workers.” Nutrition journal 13.1 (2014): 1-8.
  21. Steels, Elizabeth, Amanda Rao, and Luis Vitetta. “Physiological aspects of male libido enhanced by standardized Trigonella foenum‐graecum extract and mineral formulation.” Phytotherapy Research 25.9 (2011): 1294-1300.
  22. Slivka, D., et al. “Glycogen resynthesis and exercise performance with the addition of fenugreek extract (4-hydroxyisoleucine) to post-exercise carbohydrate feeding.” Amino Acids 35.2 (2008): 439-444.
  23. Gupta, A., R. Gupta, and B. Lal. “Effect of Trigonella foenum-graecum (Fenugreek) seeds on glycaemic control and insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes.” J Assoc Physicians India 49 (2001): 1057-61.
  24. de Souza, Karla Zanolla Dias, Fabiene Bernardes Castro Vale, and Selmo Geber. “Efficacy of Tribulus terrestris for the treatment of hypoactive sexual desire disorder in postmenopausal women: a randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial.” Menopause 23.11 (2016): 1252-1256.
  25. Sellandi, Thirunavukkarasu M., Anup B. Thakar, and Madhav Singh Baghel. “Clinical study of Tribulus terrestris Linn. in oligozoospermia: A double blind study.” Ayu 33.3 (2012): 356.
  26. Pinkoski, Craig, et al. “The effects of conjugated linoleic acid supplementation during resistance training.” Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 38.2 (2006): 339-348.
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3 Kg, 7 Kg


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