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Muscle Amino 18 is a Powerful Anti-Catabolic Muscle Recovery Agent
Muscle Amino 18 was formulated to help enhance recovery from intense training sessions as well as provide the critical building blocks for muscle tissue.
Muscle Amino contains all 9 essential amino acids (including the BCAAs) plus a generous amount of the conditionally essential workhorse L-Glutamine.
Muscle Amino is vegan friendly (all the amino acids are from a vegan source) and Sugar free!
4.7 g of BCAA (Isoleucine, Leucine, Valine)(Essential Amino Acids):
Because of their prevalence and involvement in protein synthesis and energy production, BCAAs are important to many metabolic processes.
6g EAA (Essential Amino Acids)
Amino acids are classified into two general types: essential and non-essential amino acids.
Essential amino acids are those that can not be synthesized by the body on its own and thus need to be obtained from food sources or from a supplement such as Muscle Amino.
Non-essential amino acids are those that your body can produce, specifically by the liver, without any outside help.
Muscle Amino contains ALL 9 essential amino acids in a precise ratio.
Lysine:: plays a vital role in building muscle, maintaining bone strength, aiding recovery from injury or surgery, and regulating hormones, antibodies, and enzymes. It may also have antiviral effects.
Histidine: facilitates growth, the creation of blood cells, and tissue repair. It also helps maintain the special protective covering over nerve cells, which is called the myelin sheath.
Threonine: is necessary for healthy skin and teeth, as it is a component in tooth enamel, collagen, and elastin. It helps aid fat metabolism and may be beneficial for people with indigestion, anxiety, and mild depression.
Methionine: and the nonessential amino acid cysteine play a role in the health and flexibility of skin and hair. Methionine also helps keep nails strong. It aids the proper absorption of selenium and zinc and the removal of heavy metals, such as lead and mercury.
Phenylalanine: helps the body use other amino acids as well as proteins and enzymes. The body converts phenylalanine to tyrosine, which is necessary for specific brain functions.
Tryptophan: is necessary for proper growth in infants and is a precursor of serotonin and melatonin. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that regulates appetite, sleep, mood, and pain. Melatonin also regulates sleep.
Glutamine is a conditionally essential amino acid. While it can be manufactured by the body, supplementing with glutamine is recommended because of the high demand the body has for it.
Of the free form amino acids present in skeletal muscles, up to 60% is L-Glutamine!
Supplementing with Glutamine
Glutamine is in great demand by the body; for that reason, it is an imperative supplement. Glutamine is especially critical for athletes; however it is also a key supplement for “regular folks” as well.
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Per 11g (One Scoop)