Similar to our BCAA product, our energy aminos contain leucine, isoleucine and valine but also contains taurine,
l-arginine, l-citrulline, l-tyrosine, l-theanine, l-histidine, l-lysine HCL and l-threonine.
The body needs these essential amino acids but cannot make them on its own. Branch chain amino acids are usually
derived from food and make up a large portion of the bodies’ total amino acid pool.
EAAs have been proven to aid in building muscle, decrease muscle fatigue and alleviate muscle soreness. They have
also been shown to aid in regulating blood sugar levels by stimulating secretion of both insulin and glucagon.
When taken orally, both glucogen-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) and glucose dependent insulinotropic polypeptide (GIP)
lends to greater and more prolonged glucagon secretion. Maintaining balanced blood glucose levels allows for
decreased protein breakdown and increases protein synthesis.
The added glutamine further aids in recovery from muscle breakdown and fatigue in turn reducing soreness. The most
ideal times to add 5 to 10g of BCAAs to your training regime is intra-workout, pre workout or post workout to help fuel your body and repair fatigued muscles!
Our refreshing Unicorn Punch flavor is a delicious drink to add to your training regime and is perfect to sip with 4-6 oz cold water any time of day!
XENOLABS has a pure amino acids supplement that boosts muscle mass and spikes the energy reservoirs at the same time. And here, our team of experts prepared a potent composition of two essential blends; an amino acids blend and an energy blend. The Amino product was processed in a well-certified facility that followed GMP guidelines. Remember that there are no hidden chemicals or other additives that possess health risks. We ensured highly pure, Non-GMO, and gluten-free formulation. Plus, the blend composition and the vitamin A comply with the USDA certified organic ingredient and do not possess side effects at recommended doses.
Health Benefits of EAA’s
- Enhance protein biosynthesis
- Promote muscle building
- Cut off extra fat content
- Support physical performance
- Speed up muscle recovery
Role of Ingredients
Note that our body does not produce essential amino acids (EAA), and we need proper supplementation to meet our body requirements. Thus, the amino blend in the formulation supplies both EAA and BCAA for protein synthesis, supports muscle building, and maximizes health outcomes. [1, 2, 3] These amino acids accelerate the muscle recovery process, increase the production of energy and prevent early exhaustion. [2, 3] Moreover, they relieve muscle fatigue, protect cells against toxins and support healthy muscle growth. Plus, the inclusion of an energy blend maximizes the energy reservoirs and enhances physical performance. The combination of amino and energy blend potentiate the physique reshaping, spike energy level, and help burn out the extra fat content in the body. [1, 4] Thus, amino formulation boosts physical performance, promotes muscle growth, and enhances workout productivity. [1, 3, 4]
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- David D. Church, Katie R. Hirsch Sanghee Park, Il-Young Kim, Jess A. Gwin, Stefan M. Pasiakos, Robert R. Wolfe and Arny A. Ferrando “Essential Amino Acids and Protein Synthesis: Insights into Maximizing the Muscle and Whole-Body Response to Feeding”. https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/12/12/3717/pdf
- Matsui, Y., Takayanagi, S., Ohira, T., Watanabe, M., Murano, H., Furuhata, Y., & Miyakawa, S. (2019). Effect of a leucine-enriched essential amino acids mixture on muscle recovery. Journal of physical therapy science, 31(1), 95–101. https://doi.org/10.1589/jpts.31.95