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600ml Aminos+

$49.90

600ml x 12 Sugar Free

Non Sparkling Amino Acids combine with the gut health benefits of Pomegranate & Apple Kombucha to bring you an outstanding health drink which can:

  1. Improve or Boost Muscle Mass
  2. Boost Immune System
  3. Provide anti-ageing benefits
  4. Reduce the effects of Sarcopenia
  5. Improve hair, skin & nails
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Description

ALL AGES!  MALE & FEMALE.

FITNESS ENTHUSIASTS. BODYBUILDERS. ANTI-AGEING. SENIORS.

Aminos + Non Sparkling BCAA Drink Pomegranate Apple flavour.

Combines the gut health benefits of Kombucha to bring you an outstanding health drink which can be used as an everyday supplement and be used by any fitness enthusiast, pre and post workout.  Ingesting Amino Acids via a soluble delivery system can reduce protein breakdown and promote muscle mass, boost immune system function and improve hair, skin and nails.

Our unique drink supplement is found no where else in Australia! Due to the soluble [drinkable!] delivery system, our Aminos+ aids in faster absorption into the bloodstream [blood plasma], promoting enhanced performance at a molecular level faster than obtaining aminos from eating protein!  Eating normal protein takes much longer in our digestive systems to break down into the amino acids necessary, and takes much longer to affect performance or boost muscle mass.

● FASTER ABSORPTION
● ENHANCED STRENGTH PERFORMANCE
● LESS FATIGUE
● REDUCE POST WORKOUT MUSCLE SORENESS

Research has proven Branch Chain Amino Acid’s [BCAA’S]:

● Increase protein synthesis
● Reduce protein breakdown
● Better workouts – when taken pre-during-post
● Enhanced strength performance during a workout
● Reduces post exercise muscle soreness

In order to raise BCAA levels in the body AA’S must be free form and liberated through digestion and then must be absorbed into the blood plasma.

Aminos+ is a drinkable form of BCAA’s allowing for easier & faster absorption into the bloodstream

BENEFITS FOR GLUCOSE LEVELS

Having enough of these amino acids in the body can help improve glucose uptake and insulin sensitivity in healthy people. Replacing the anabolic building blocks necessary for the body to repair itself post workout and reduce delayed onset of muscle soreness post workout and when used as a pre-workout,  amino acids bypass the liver and gut and go directly into blood plasma. Aminos+ can also be used as an IMMEDIATE ENERGY SOURCE during high intensity workouts.

Valine and isoleucine are GLUCOGENIC amino acids, meaning they can be converted to glucose to give you energy. This can help fight fatigue during your muscle building workout when ingested as a pre-workout drink.

WHAT ARE THE 9 ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS?

Our bodies cannot produce these 9 aminos and so we must obtain them from protein foods.  This process takes several hours in the digestive tract being broken down and then transported into blood plasma.

  1. Histadine
  2. Isoleucine
  3. Leucine
  4. Lysine
  5. Methionine
  6. Phenylalinine
  7. Threonine
  8. Tryptophan
  9. Valine

13 NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS

These are amino acids our body is able to produce in adequate quantities through the correct nutrition.

  1. Alanine
  2. Arginine
  3. Aspartic acid
  4. Cysteine
  5. Cystine
  6. Glutamic acid
  7. Glutamine
  8. Glycine
  9. Hydroxyproline
  10. Proline
  11. Serine
  12. Tyrosine

Here are some very useful [but not exhaustive] scientific references to support the above health claims:

1. Ispoglou, T., King, R. F., Polman, R. C., & Zanker, C. (2011). Daily L-leucine supplementation in novice trainees during a 12-week weight training program. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 6(1), 38-50.
2. Portier, H., Chatard, J. C., Filaire, E., Jaunet-Devienne, M. F.,Robert, A., & Guezennec, C. Y. (2008). Effects of branched-chain amino acids supplementation on physiological and psychological performance during an offshore sailing race. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 104(5), 787-794.
3. Borgenvik, M., Apró, W., & Blomstrand, E. (2011). Intake of branched-chain amino acids influences the levels of MAFbx mRNA and MuRF-1 total protein in resting and exercising human muscle. American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology and Metabolism,302(5), E510-E521.
4. Shimomura, Y., Inaguma, A., Watanabe, S., Yamamoto, Y.,Muramatsu, Y., Bajotto, G., & Mawatari, K. (2010). Branched-chain amino acid supplementation before squat exercise and delayed-onset muscle soreness. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 20(3), 236-244.