Try this Anabolic Jello Recipe Post-Workout for Better Androgen Utilization

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This is a recipe I came up with after I stumbled upon some studies about glycine, fructose, and carnitine. According to a bunch of scientific literature, combining those three into something ridiculously delicious (read: jelly) should yield some impressive hormonal returns, especially after training (seriously).

  • 1 cup water
  • 2 packets (14g) gelatin
  • 4 grams L-Carnitine L-Tartrate powder
  • 1 cup pure squeezed orange juice

Those 4 ingredients above and some time are all you need to prepare this anabolic post-workout jello. You simply boil water, dissolve the gelatin in it, add the mixture into a small bowl and stir in the OJ with 4 grams of carnitine powder. Then you let the creation sit in your fridge for few hours and what you have as a result is an awesome gelatin jello desert that fits your post-workout meal like a nose to the head.

Why would this dessert have any hormonal effect you ask?

We want to strategically use gelatin and carnitine to promote DHT conversion and bodily uptake of all androgens, while throwing some orange juice into the mix helps to reduce SHBG, leaving more bioavalaible androgens to the blood for the body to use. Simple. Scientifically sound. Low in calories. And most importantly; ridiculously delicious and good for your hormonal health.

Try this Anabolic Jello Recipe Post-Workout for Better Androgen Utilization was last modified: October 19th, 2017 by Ali Kuoppala

Ali Kuoppala

Ali Kuoppala is the founder of Anabolic Men, and an Independent Researcher that has been credited with organizing the findings that have helped thousands of men reach hormonal balance.
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  1. Jonas on 19/04/2016 at 12:12

    Wow man!
    I find this an amazing idea.
    I’m gonna try it and let you know.

    Thanks for the idea.
    I often take collagen in the evening, it’s great and helps me sleep (thanks to glycine).

  2. Bob Johnson on 19/04/2016 at 13:42

    Isn’t fructose bad for insulin sensitivity? Also, what are your thoughts on greens powders?

    • Ali Kuoppala on 19/04/2016 at 18:12

      It can be if you are taking in high amounts without adequate fiber in diet and being fat W/ possible metabolic syndrome or poor insulin sensitivity to begin with. However fructose and sugar in general have been unfairly demonized IMHO. Your body should be well capable of handling it especially post-workout.

      I havent used much green powders, but since my diet isnt that heavy in greens I might add a greens supplement if I find one I like. Will do some digging around and probably write about it in the future.

      • Orion Antares on 05/05/2016 at 08:03

        Anything with fructose could be subbed for the orange juice based on personal taste? Does it need to be juice or could it be a puree instead? Would the extra fiber interfere with the goal of this recipe?

  3. Orion Antares on 05/05/2016 at 08:55

    Is this one serving or four or in between?

  4. Erik on 30/06/2016 at 10:28

    Is this one serving size then? Also could this work as well if ou were to sub the orange juice for say a cup and half of wild blueberries? Is 4g of the carnitine safe? I saw warnings on the container saying not to take more than the recommended dosage which was up to 3 scoops per day at 500mg per scoop.

  5. DCBoyWonder on 20/08/2016 at 10:34

    Sounds interesting. I am gonna try this. I take a collagen powder already that has been very beneficial. I have been looking for alternative ways to consume it (other than just with water) and this recipe has just given me the perfect idea. Thanks!

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