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Amino Acids Blend

Amino Acids Blend


Supplemental Amino Acids are a quick and easy way to top up any potential deficiencies and are easily assimilated by the body.

Amino Acids are the building blocks of protein and are used to make muscles, tendons, organs and skin. Amino acids both act as neurotransmitters and help stabilise levels of neurotransmitters, making them key nutrients in governing mood, motivation, energy, well-being and circadian rhythm.

Prevent Muscle Loss

Depending on one’s lifestyle, at around middle age many people start to experience lean muscle loss. Older adults also have to eat more protein to get the same effects as when they were younger due to a process known as “anabolic resistance”. Coupled with a reduced appetite and the production of less hydrochloric acid (stomach acid) and digestive enzymes, amino acids from food can be more difficult to break down as we age.

Supplementing with amino acids stimulates protein synthesis and decreases protein breakdown. Our highly bioavailable amino acids are readily absorbed, as they require no digestion, making them very convenient for older adults with less of an appetite and a less effective digestive system.

Our amino acid formula is rich in “Branched-chain Amino Acids” (BCAA’s), which have been shown to stimulate mitochondrial biogenesis, the creation of new mitochondria. Mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cells. Most mitochondria are found in muscle cells and as people age or lose muscle, they also see a loss of mitochondria. BCAAs can be extremely effective in slowing this loss.


Amino Acids have been found to be critical to addiction recovery. They are the only nutrients that the brain can use to generate the four neurotransmitters responsible for producing pleasure:

Endorphins – natural opiates

Serotonin – natural antidepressants

GABA – naturally tranquilising

Catecholamine – naturally stimulating

Just one endorphin molecule out-performs a heroin molecule by 1,000 times if the brain has sufficient amino acids to make these important neurotransmitters. A diet rich in protein is an absolute must for a recovering addict, however, addicts tend to eat poorly whilst addicted and even worse in the early stage of recovery.

Supplemental amino acids are highly bioavailable and easily absorbed by the body. Many addicts report that just moments after a dose, their negative moods and cravings either significantly diminish or disappear entirely.

Amino Acid therapy for addiction is normally recommended for at least one year, to allow neurotransmitter levels to build up in the brain. Once appetite returns, a pro-recovery diet that is rich in nutrition is highly recommended.

Heart Health

As the main muscle in the body, amino acids are vital to ensure the smooth functioning of this most important organ.

Amino acid supplements have been repeatedly shown to maintain the heart and stave off cachexia (body wasting) by improving the muscle strength and function.

Additionally, amino acids may help to offset hypercatabolic, or excessively destructive metabolic states like heart failure.

Suggested Use: Add one teaspoon to clean water. 

Disclaimer: Disclaimer: Do not exceed the stated dose. Not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult your health professional if taking medication or have an existing medical condition. Food supplement: should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. We are not responsible for any adverse reactions to our products.

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