Amino Acids for Muscle and Energy
AN IDEAL diet should provide all the amino acids (protein) you need. If yours, like mine, is not ideal, or you feel you could use a boost to help muscles, connective tissue, organs, nails and/or hair, then check out Amino Acids here.
Amino Acid Complex A potent and comprehensive blend of over 20 amino acids, I take this just before a work-out. I find that they help me sustain a strong effort during exercise.
Acetyl L-Carnitine Cellular energy production itself produces free radicals that can harm cell structures, including the mitochondria, if the body’s natural antioxidant capacity is low. Acetyl l-carnitine and lipoic acid are both naturally present antioxidants in the body that have been shown to support mitochondrial function and help reduce free radical damage.
And, my mainstay, and excellent whey-protein powder that I add to a meal or snack anytime I need an amino acid blast:
ImmunPlex This is like mother’s milk for me. I use this whey-based protein powder liberally. Since I eschew meat, whenever I prepare a meal with out enough protein, I shake some ImmunPlex with almond milk and, viola, I get the some of the best, easily-assimilated protein available. This is amazing stuff and offers many health benefits.
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Last Updated on March 1, 2022 by Joe Garma