Essential Amino Acids (EAA)

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Essential Amino Acids (EAA)

38.70

Brief Description: A balanced ratio of Essential Amino Acids (EAA)

Per Bottle: 180 Vegetarian Capsules

Contains no yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, milk/dairy, sodium, corn, sugar, starch, artificial coloring, artificial preservatives or genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

Supports protein synthesis, metabolism, healthy muscle and tissue*

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BENEFITS

  • Supports healthy muscle and tissue*
  • May support healthy muscle protein synthesis for athletes*
  • May support muscle anabolism as individuals age*
  • Made with hypoallergenic, vegetarian ingredients

Whether you are using them for rapid recovery from exercise, for a potent nutrient to keep nervous system fatigue at bay during a tough training session, to help an injury to heal faster, to fall asleep faster, to build muscle at a more rapid rate, to get added amino acids if you’re aging, vegan, vegetarian or in ketosis, or to give your immune system added support, Essential Aminos contain a perfect amount of the eight essential amino acids (plus l-histidine) your body needs to support and maintain muscular, skeletal, enzymatic, and hormonal systems.

IMPROVED BIOLOGICAL VALUE

Amino acids are the building blocks for all proteins, making them essential for a number of body functions, including fluid balance, enzyme production, cellular repair and energy metabolism. Amino acids also provide a readily available form of nitrogen, a critical element that forms various compounds such as neurotransmitters and creatine. In humans, protein is composed of 20 amino acids, only some of which the body is able to produce. Those that need to be obtained from exogenous sources are referred to as the essential amino acids. Pure Encapsulations Essential Aminos formula is based on the ratios of essential amino acids from high biological value (BV) protein sources. Proper intake of these amino acids is important for the synthesis, repair, and metabolism of muscle, cells, and tissues.*

8 ESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS

  • Tryptophan to encourage the release of important neurotransmitters and hormones for mood and sleep, such as serotonin and melatonin.
  • Lysine, which, if deficient, can result in a deficiency in niacin (Vitamin B), as well as slow connective tissue repair.
  • Methionine to supply sulphur and other compounds required by your body for optimum metabolism and growth.
  • Valine, which is needed for muscle fiber firing, tissue repair, and for the maintenance of proper nitrogen balance in the body.
  • Leucine, which stimulates muscle protein synthesis and may be the major fuel involved in anabolic (tissue building) reactions.
  • Isoleucine, which is important for blood sugar regulation, muscle development and repair and energy regulation.
  • Threonine, which is important for antibody production, immune system activity, and can be converted into glycine and serine.
  • Phenylalanine, which stimulates the release of neurotransmitters and hormones such adrenaline and noradrenaline, which are necessary substances for optimum activity of your central and peripheral nervous systems.