SuperAthlete Anabolic Amino Acid Complex
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Don't take Branch Chain Amino Acids.
Branch Chain Amino Acids contain 3 of the 9 essential amino acids our body needs. Our body cannot make these 9 essential amino acids on its own so it is important we consume through food sources or supplement form.
The 9 Essential Amino Acids your Body Needs
L-Leucine is one of the three BCAAs; it's integrally involved in muscle protein synthesis and acts as an activator of mTORC1. It's the amino that gets the most press, and with good reason.
L-Lysine is involved in growth, tissue repair, and nutrient uptake.
L-Valine is one of the three BCAAs; it promotes muscle growth and tissue repair.
L-Isoleucine is one of the three BCAAs. It's involved in hemoglobin synthesis and regulation of blood sugar and energy levels.
L-Threonine is involved in the creation or synthesis of protein in the body.
L-Phenylalanine plays a role in the synthesis of amino acids. It's also a precursor for important hormones such as dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine.
L-Methionine is required for tissue growth and repair.
L-Histidine is involved in the synthesis of proteins. It also combines with beta-alanine to form the dipeptide carnosine.
L-Tryptophan is involved in the synthesis of proteins. It's a precursor for the neurotransmitter serotonin and the hormone melatonin.
Essential amino acids can help maximize the hard work we put in at the gym to stimulate muscle protein synthesis. If you're stimulating muscle protein synthesis you put yourself in a favorable position to gain muscle or at least not break down your existing muscle.
All Nine Essential Amino Acids: While conditionally essential and nonessential amino acids play important roles in the body, studies have shown that ingestion of nonessential amino acids is not necessary to stimulate muscle protein synthesis. So, supplement for your goals, and let your diet handle the rest! Essential amino acids are primarily responsible for the amino acid-induced muscle protein anabolism.
Just make sure the essential amino acids are prioritized in your EAA supplement over other types of amino acids, especially over those which aren't involved in protein synthesis on the list above.
From Fermented and Vegan-Friendly Sources: Amino acids can be derived from numerous sources usually through three ways: hydrolyzation, chemical synthesis, and fermentation. One of the primary reasons for opting for amino acids that are from fermented and vegan-friendly sources is that amino acids can be derived from, shall we say, less than desirable sources such as pig fur and duck feathers.
In addition, non-fermented amino acids come with other potential disadvantages such as a higher risk of containing heavy metal byproducts.
Little or No Artificial Colors: Artificial colors in food are a controversial topic because of their proposed links to undesirable effects.
- Supports Muscle Protein Synthesis in the Young and the Elderly*
- Supports Muscle Recovery After Exercise*
- Supports Muscle Strength and Function*
XymoBolX™ represents a breakthrough in the use of amino acids for muscle protein synthesis. Over 20 human trials have been conducted to arrive at this specific, patented1 combination of amino acids in the most effective, anabolic ratios. Whether you want to support muscle strength and function or prevent muscle loss associated with inactivity or aging, XymoBolX provides the right amino acids in the right ratios to help you meet your goals and stay healthy.*
Dissolve one scoop (7 g) into 8-12 oz of room-temperature water and consume once per day between meals, or use as directed by your healthcare professional.
Consult your healthcare professional prior to use. Individuals taking medication should discuss potential interactions with their healthcare professional. Do not use if tamper seal is damaged.