Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) May 02, 2012
Myotropics, the latest company from renowned metabolic expert and creator of the MET-Rx® Original Drink Mix, Scott Connelly, MD, is announcing the release of their flagship product, Physique 2.0, designed for changing and improving the body composition of competitive Physique athletes and regular folks, alike.
The culmination of decades of metabolic research, Dr. Connelly’s Physique 2.0 is a unique formulation utilizing intact, native milk proteins and specific amino acids, called Amino-CD™, coupled with a designer, high-molecular weight, resistant starch carbohydrate known as Lipidox RS4™. When combined in precise ratios, and when used as recommended, users of Physique 2.0 quickly see favorable changes in body composition, experience feelings of fullness, and all while maintaining optimal energy levels.
“It is critical to understand that the primary determinant of the signals that cellular sensors respond to in order to maintain energy and body composition are based on the chemical composition of the foods we eat, not the energy content or calorie value, per se," says Dr. Connelly.
When developing Physique 2.0, Dr. Connelly employed the services of industry veteran and former competitive athlete, Vince Andrich, to lead company operations and marketing. “After over 20-years of industry experience, Physique 2.0 is clearly not based on a trend or passing fad, but rather the remarkable benefits of recent advances in nutritional biochemistry”, says Andrich. “Our consumers need solutions, not just another product and Physique 2.0 will set a new standard for results that will cause a shift away from the use of ordinary protein powders and mass produced meal replacement products towards science-based nutritionally engineered functional meal supplements.”
Physique 2.0 is available for immediate shipping and available in two flavors: Chocolate Ice Cream and Vanilla Ice Cream.
Visit: http://www.myotropics.com for more information and special offers and announcements.
Phone: (949) 478-1696