Beta Alanine Powder 500 Grams


Quick Points

  • Lab tested in the US
  • Promotes muscular endurance*
  • Used as a pre workout supplement

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How Beta Alanine Works

Carnosine helps regulate muscle pH. This is important because muscular acidosis (lactic acid) contributes to muscular fatigue.

Your body synthesizes carnosine by using L-histidine and beta-alanine, with beta alanine being the limiting factor. Unless there’s an unusual circumstance for an L-histidine deficiency, supplementation with L-histidine is unnecessary. Despite muscular carnosine being the end goal, beta alanine is actually more effective than carnosine at equal doses.

Beta Alanine Benefits

Several studies confirm that beta alanine promotes muscular endurance. Study participants were able to perform more reps after beta alanine supplementation.

When to Take Beta Alanine and Dosage

Beta alanine is best taken with a meal. A study was conducted comparing beta alanine supplementation between meals and with meals. The group that supplemented with their meals had higher concentrations of carnosine in their muscles.

Beta alanine loading is a common practice due to the full benefits of beta alanine (muscular carnosine) being realized after weeks of supplementation.

Creatine goes well with beta alanine as it also enhances sports performance.


Effective beta alanine dosages range from 1.5 grams to around 4 grams, with the latter being used for the loading phase.

Cycling Beta Alanine

Since taurine may compete for update with beta alanine, it’s best to cycle on/off every 6 to 12 weeks.

Potential Side Effects

Beta alanine provides the “tingly” feeling associated with parathesia. If you’ve taken pre workout supplements such as Cellucor C4, then you have likely experienced this. Although harmless if it’s due to beta alanine, this parthesia feeling may be uncomfortable if you’re taking this supplement for the first time. You can mitigate this by taking several smaller dosages throughout the day.

Curator’s Experience

Although beta alanine supplementation is not timing dependent (aside from the study where it was taken with meals), I prefer to take it before a workout. The parasthesia “tingles” seem to trigger a Pavlovian response where I’m ready to work out and I become anxious if I don’t. This is likely due to always taking beta alanine pre workout before I was aware dosage timing wasn’t relevant. Start with 1 gram if you’ve never taken beta alanine before