What is Pure Nutrition Inosine?
Pure Nutrition Inosine capsules contain 500 mg of 100% pure inosine in every capsule. Inosine is a purine nucleoside that is very similar in chemical structure to adenosine - a component of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). Small amounts of inosine are produced in the body from ATP, but inosine is gaining interest as a performance enhancer due to its capacity to regenerate ATP and it's much better stability than oral ATP supplements.
Benefits of Inosine
Research suggests that supplemental inosine may have several benefits by bolstering muscle energetics (e.g. ATP and phosphocreatine), supporting immune function, improving oxygen transport to muscle tissue, and protecting the neuromuscular system.1
In fact, one study in elite weightlifters showed that inosine significantly increased muscular potential and serum free fatty acids, suggesting inosine produces favorable metabolic adaptations during exercise.2 Inosine is also well-known to scavenge peroxynitrite, a free radical that is typically elevated in patients with multiple sclerosis and neurodegenerative conditions.
Some evidence even suggests that inosine has regenerative actions in the nervous system due to its antioxidant properties.3 Many clinical trials are underway to gain a better understanding of the therapeutic efficacy of inosine, particularly for treating immune deficiencies, neurodegenerative diseases, and muscular dysfunction.
Benefits of supplementing with Pure Nutrition Inosine may include:
- Support neuromuscular function during exercise
- Increase muscle ATP availability
- Enhance oxygen delivery to muscle tissue
- Protect cells from oxidative stress
- Promote healthy immune function
What Makes Pure Nutrition Inosine the Best Inosine Supplement on the Market?
Our inosine capsules deliver a potent 500 mg dose of 100% pure inosine to ensure proper results. Every bottle of Pure Nutrition Inosine is produced with high-quality raw materials in a GMP-certified facility in the United States.
- Doyle, C., Cristofaro, V., Sullivan, M. P., & Adam, R. M. (2018). Inosine–a Multifunctional Treatment for Complications of Neurologic Injury. Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry, 49(6), 2293-2303.
- Drăgan, I., Baroga, M., Eremia, N., & Georgescu, E. (1993). Studies regarding some effects of inosine in elite weightlifters. Romanian journal of physiology: physiological sciences, 30(1-2), 47-50.
- Moore TL, Pessina MA, Finklestein SP, Killiany RJ, Bowley B, Benowitz L, Rosene DL: Inosine enhances recovery of grasp following cortical injury to the primary motor cortex of the rhesus monkey. Restor Neurol Neurosci 2016;34:827-848.