NAG Factor

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Opis

NAG Factor to inaczej N-ACETYL GLUCOSAMINE czyli okolo 1000x krotnie skutecznijesza forma glukozaminy od wersji HCL , w zaleznosci od zrodel ktore sie czyta.
W praktycznym zastosowaniu to czuc zdecydowanie.
Power X Sport jako jedyna marka w Polsce oferuje 100% czysta i orginalna wersje N-ACETYL GLUCOSAMINE w przecieiwienstwie do tych ktorym sie wydaje ze maja orginal a w rzeczywistosci oferuja zwykla wersje HCL
Produkt jest w Veganskich kapsulkach co ulatwia i uskutecznia dzialanie substancji.
Ponadto ta wersja glukozaminy wytrzwarz nowe mitochondria w komorkach miesniowych , tazke nie tylko leczy stawy ale poprawia prace miesni !

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