WAYNE, New Jersey – Friday, May 12, 2006 -- Not only is Aminogen clinically proven to increase plasma amino acid levels over 100%, but this revolutionary ingredient is also shown to skyrocket branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) over 250%.
The 41 males in this study were tested to see whether Aminogen improved the body’s ability to absorb, break down, and utilize whey protein. Participants’ amino acid levels were measured after taking Aminogen with their protein.
Results showed that Aminogen increased levels of branched-chain amino acids (isoleucine, leucine and valine) by 250% and contributed to an 80% increase in arginine levels and a 90% increase in glutamine levels.
These increases are important because maximum protein nutrition means quality, not just quantity. What you get out of your protein depends on how well you absorb and use amino acids. Now, Aminogen is proven to increase levels of these amino acids:
Crucial for nitric oxide production
Vital to creatine formation
Removes metabolic waste
Prevents muscle breakdown
Maintains your muscle mass
Slashes your recovery time
- Isoleucine, Leucine and Valine
Delay muscle breakdown and fatigue
Improve deep muscle recovery
Aminogen unleashes MORE of these amino acids, and helps you absorb them MORE efficiently, so that you can get MORE from your workout. And getting more from your protein, with Aminogen, means LESS hassle for you:
- Less protein consumption
- Less gas, bloating, and constipation
- Less time in the gym
Be sure to look for this quality ingredient in Optimum Nutrition’s After Max, Pro Complex protein formula and Pro Complex Gainer, which all contain a whopping 250 mg. of Aminogen per dose! Optimum’s Pro Complex delivers 55 g. of protein, 8 g. of glutamine (and glutamine precursors) and over 13 g. of BCAAs! Get serious about your protein intake by adding Aminogen to your supplement program. For more information on Aminogen, check out www.aminogen.com.
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