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Key Features

AMINO SPORT is an amino acid formulation that is used to help create an anabolic state. It consists of pre-digested proteins broken down into their individual amino acids and free-form amino acids which were fermented and created new.

This product is used for rehabilitation of a debilitated state and is also used in the body building profession and in athletics. This product is so easily absorbed that it can even be absorbed from under the tongue with excellent results. I have used this products with elderly patients (who may not digest food well or just dont feel like eating) to maintain their daily protein intake.

One capsule of AMINO SPORT is equivalent to about 10 grams of protein. Amino Sport utilizes a high quality rice protein hydrolysate, fortified with pure, free-form amino acids. Amino Sport contains a small amount of lactose (approx. 10 mg) from whey. A sufficient amount of lactase has been added to support lactose digestion.


Proprietary Blend 1800 mg L-Glutamic Acid - L-Phenylalanine - L-Leucine - L-Aspartic Acid - L-Lysine - L-Ornithine - L-Arginine - L-Methionine - L-Threonine - L-Isoleucine - L-Proline - L-Valine - L-Alanine - L-Serine - L-Tyrosine - L-Cystine - Glycine - L-Histidine - L-Tryptophan - L-Asparagine - L-Citrulline - Lactase - Ingredients - Whey Hydrolysate - L-Phenylalanine - L-Ornithine hydrochloride - L-Arginine hydrochloride - L-Methionine - L-Asparagine - L-Citrulline - Lactase - gelatin - water - glycerin


Suggested Use

Useful for body building and rehabilitation. Two (2) to four (4) capsules taken before and after weight training exercise OR with or between meals to insure adequate daily protein intake.

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