Vanadium is a microelement that is necessary for the normal functioning of the human organism. Vanadium salts mimic insulin and, therefore, are widely studied as alternatives to insulin, they are taken orally.
Acting like insulin, vanadium sulfate directs more proteins, carbohydrates and amino acids directly into the muscles. It is believed that it works well for muscle growth by increasing protein synthesis.
Dosages of vanadium, which may affect the blood glucose levels, are potentially toxic, and, therefore, the intake of an additional quantity of vanadium salts is not recommended in cases of hyperglycemia, insulin resistance or hypoglycaemia.
Many athletes, who have used it, have reported that it has a "pumping effect" (increases blood flow to muscles). Vanadium also suppresses the superimposition of cholesterol in blood vessels.
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