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Whey Aminos

Whey Aminos

RRP FROM £18.95
Amino Acids derived from whey protein. The perfect anabolic and anti-catabolic amino acid profile.
 
Convenient and always available tablets for use on the go.
 
Take with meals to improve the protein quality and get the best out of your regular meals.
 
Make every meal a multi-protein sourced super meal which releases amino acids into your system for hours.
 
Helps reduce the risk of those days where your diet isnt what it should be!.
 
Available 300 tablets

Kosher

Halal

Vegetarian

GMO Free

Nut Free
 

DescriptionHide

Amino acids are the building acids of all proteins. Body builders and strength athletes require more amino acids to replace those used during training as well as for muscle growth. Branched chain amino acids are removed during strenuous training. Free form aminos (single aminos) and peptide bound aminos (few joined together) are contained in Nutrisport Amino Acids, along with other essential amino’s that can not be made by the body. All the right aminos in the right ratio’s to aid in muscle growth and recovery.

IngredientsExpand

Pre-digested whey peptides, magnesium stearate, calcium phosphate.

Directions For UseExpand

3-6 tablets to be taken before and after training

Nutritional DataExpand
Grams of Amino Acids per 100g of protein
Glycine2.3
Alanine5.8
Valine5.0
Leucine14.0
Isoleucine5.1
Serine5.0
Threoinine5.9
Tyrosins4.0
Phenylalanine3.9
Tryptophan2.3
Proline5.1
Methonine2.1
Cystaine3.2
Lysine10.7
Histidine2.1
Arginine3.0
Glutamate/Glutamine18.6

More InformaionExpand
Zaloga G P Physiologic effects of peptides based enternal formulae. Nutrition in clinical practice 1990; 5:231-237.
Roy, B.D et al (1997) The influence of nutritional supplements on muscle glycogen resynthesis following resistance excercise. Med. Sci. Sports exerc. 29(5) Abs. No. 225: p.S41
FAO/ UNU/ WHO- world health organisation – essential amino acid requirements reference patterns. Rome 1989 geneva 1985.
Lemon PW, Tarnopolsky MA, MacDougall JD, et al: protein requirements and muscle mass/strength changes during intensive training in novice bodybuilders. J appl Physiol 1992;73(2):767-775