65% Higher Potency
Formulated to Support Muscle Mass and Strength
This prodoct contains pharmaceutical grade free form and peptide bond amino acids, "L" configuration in correct proportions o promote bodybuilding activity.
This product is formulated to support muscle mass and strength in combination with intense training. This product can aid in promoting protein synthesis and PNB (Positive Nitrogen Balance). Healthy ' N Fit Amino 10,000 is over 65% stronger than competing brands. Important- Some products available are poorly hydrolyzed casein; containing merely protein powder and little amino acid content. This product is independently tested and assayed to indicate the proportion of Free Form Amino Acids and DI and TRI Peptide Bond Amino Acids. It has tested to have a combination of amino acids which independent research has shown to be optimum.
We add no additional L-Lysine or L-Ornithine. This would create an imbalance of amino acids which can reduce utilization of amino acids. This product does yield the correct proportion of L-Lysine. L-Ornithine is a very beneficial amino acid but should be taken separately.
Amino 10,000 is by far one of the strongest free form and peptide bond amino acid products available. More importantly, it is a pancreatic digest of whey (lactalbumin) and egg albumen- The highest quality of most effective free form and peptide bond amino acid source known.
Healthy 'n Fit
Take 3-6 tablet with liquid between meals.
Serving Size: 6 Tablets
Servings per Container: 60
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Typical Analysis: Mgs Per 10,000 Mgs
L-Tryptophan Natural (No Synthetic L - Trytophan)
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, croscarmellose, calcium carbonate, stearic acid, magnesium stearate, silica, food glaze and beeswax.
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