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Bulk Beta Alanine

  • Product name:Beta Alanine
  • Function:Anti-aging
  • Type:Beta Alanine
  • Dosage Form:Powder
  • Assay:HPLC 99%
  • Package:1KG/Foil Bag 25kg/Drum
  • Storage:Cool Dry Place
  • Product Categories: APIs; Amino acid; alpha-Amino Acids; Amino Acids;Biochemical Engineering
    Test method: HPLC


What is Bulk Beta Alanine?

Bulk beta alanine (or beta-alanine) is a naturally occurring beta amino acid, which is an amino acid in which the amino group is attached to the β-carbon (i.e. the carbon two atoms away from the carboxylate group) instead of the more usual α-carbon for alanine (α-alanine). The IUPAC name for beta alanine bulk is 3-aminopropanoic acid. Unlike its counterpart α-alanine, bulk beta alanine has no stereocenter.            

Chemical Properties   
Product Name
Beta Alanine
White Crystalline Powder
Food Grade
Test methold
In stock
Shelf life
2 years
Storage conditions
Store in cool & dry place, Keep away from strong light and heat.

Usage And Synthesis

Chemical Properties A white, odorless powder having a sweet taste
Chemical Properties White crystalline powder
Occurrence Natural constituent of protein in plants and animals; found in apple, beef, carob, pea, soybean, wine and zucchini

Bulk Beta Alanine Benefits:            

Because bulk beta alanine levels in our muscles are naturally, typically low and histidine levels are much higher, adding a boost of beta-alanine can mean a higher production of carnosine. And a higher production of carnosine can mean more endurance, less injury, and less overall fatigue for the body.

An increase in beta-alanine has been shown to:

Increase muscle endurance in older adults

Support better performance in HIIT and short duration exercise

Minimize exhaustion in long-duration exercise

And more. Studies are constantly being released on the health benefits of beta alanine bulk and an increase of carnosine in the body.

Like many amino acids, bulk beta alanine does deliver mild side effects to the body – though this one may catch you by surprise! We’re all familiar with the feeling of pins-and-needles that can occur when a foot falls asleep or we sit for too long. Did you know that feeling has a name? It’s called paresthesia, and it can also occur briefly when consuming beta-alanine.

Technical Support & Resources

Information provided in the product description is from published literature. Due to the nature of scientific experimentation, your results (e.g., selectivity and effective concentrations) or specific application for this product may differ. If you have questions about how this product fits your application, please contact our technical support staff.

MSDS: MSDS available.

COA: COA can be available if you send us inquiry.

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