GABA Gamma Aminobutyric  Acid Powder - Green Labs Nutrition

GABA Gamma Aminobutyric Acid Powder

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GABA is a substance that is formed by the decarboxylation of glutamic acid. It works on the nervous system, raising the threshold of excitability of non-cellular cells, which means that weaker stimuli are not conducive. With the presence of gamma-aminobutyric acid, it is possible to focus and concentrate better, resulting in increased efficiency of information acquisition in the selected source, efficiency of work without dispersion and chaos. At the same time the body feels relaxed, which puts GABA as a supplement to help with sleep problems and night rest. It also helps to better regenerate the body, stabilize blood pressure, prevent pain and reduce the risk of muscle contraction during exercise. The level of this amino acid in the brain is governed by two GABA gamma aminotransferase enzymes, responsible for the degradation of GABA and glutamic acid decarboxylase, responsible for the GABA biosynthesis (production), that is, its formation from glutamic acid. GABA stimulates growth hormone (HGH) production, which is largely responsible for fat burning in the body and gaining additional energy in the mitochondria. That's why GABA improves endurance and improves performance and helps sculpt the body.


  • ·        It makes it easier to fall asleep
  • ·        Introduces the body into a state of deep sleep
  • ·        It strengthens the processes of regeneration and rest
  • ·        Applied overnight it increases the energy of the day
  • ·        It causes a state of relaxation and relaxation
  • ·        It alleviates the negative effects of stress
  • ·        Causes growth hormone production
  • ·        It promotes faster fat burning
  • ·        Stimulates the regeneration of epithelial tissue of the gastrointestinal tract
  • ·        Increases the absorption function
  • ·        Stimulates the production of prebiotics that affect immunity