A ground-breaking advance in nutritional products for recovery.
Dr Thomas Solomon, PhD.
1st April 2020.
Today, I am very excited to announce the release of a new product from Veohtu.
Reading time: a couple of minutes (not many words; some pictures)
or listen to Podcast version here.
Super Moo Juice.
The all-new, natural, post-workout drink, straight from the teat of bovinity.
The cows from whom it leaks are no normal cows; they have been raised on a diet of high-intensity strength training, ploughing fields and chewing the cud like bad mothers.
These super cows produce a “juice” that is not only enriched in calcium and hydrogen dioxide but it also contains 3000 milligrams of 2-amino-4-methylpentanoic acid, a newly-named branched-chain super amino proven to boost muscle protein synthesis 3.142 per cent higher than ever seen before in humans.
Super Moo Juice. Helping humans moo-ve faster since the dawn of April. Get your fix today at veohtu.com/articles.
Train smart. Get stronger. Moo louder.
Warning: Super Moo Juice contains 4-O-β-D-Galactopyranosyl-D-glucose, which some users may find causes bloating and gastrointestinal discomfort.
About the author:
Thomas Solomon is passionate about relaying scientific information to the masses and helping folks meet their fitness and performance goals. He holds a BSc in Biochemistry and a PhD in Exercise Science and is an ACSM-certified Exercise Physiologist and Personal Trainer, a VDOT-certified Distance running coach, and a Registered Nutritionist. Since 2002, he has conducted biomedical research in exercise and nutrition and has taught and led university courses in biochemistry, molecular medicine, and exercise physiology. His work is published in over 70 peer-reviewed medical journal publications and he has delivered over 50 conference presentations & invited talks at universities and medical societies. Thomas has coached and provided training plans for truck-loads of athletes and regular folk, has competed at the highest level in obstacle course racing, and continues to run, lift, and climb. To stay on top of scientific developments, he participates in journal clubs, peer-reviews grants and journal papers, and invests every Friday in reading what new delights have spawned onto PubMed. In his spare time, Thomas hunts for phenomenal mountain views to capture through the lens, boulder problems to solve, and for new craft beer with the goal of sending his gustatory system into a hullabaloo.