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NOW Amino Complete Review: Enhanced Muscle Recovery For Active Adults!

For my purposes I took Amino Complete while on a low-calorie diet to ensure that my body was getting all the essential amino acids and wasn't breaking down muscle tissue... Learn more.

By: Matt Canning


NOW Amino Complete Review


Nutrition Information:

    What's In It?

      Container Size: 120 Capsules
      Serving Size: 4 Capsules
      Servings Per Container: 30

      Container Size: 360 Capsules
      Serving Size: 4 Capsules
      Servings Per Container: 90

      Amount Per Serving:

      Proprietary Blend of Amino Acids: 3.4g (3,400mg)
      From whey protein isolate, soy protein isolate, sodium caseinate, l-ornithine and gelatin.

      Other Ingredients: Gelatin, magnesium stearate and silica.

      Directions: Take 4 capsules one or more times daily, with or between meals, preferably with juice.

      These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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As the building blocks of protein, amino acids are vital to health. Next to water, amino acids in the form of proteins make up the greatest portion of our body weight. They comprise tendons, muscles and ligaments; organs and glands; hair and nails; important bodily fluids, and are a necessary part of every cell in the body. There are over 20 amino acids, separated into two categories; essential and non-essential.
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    For my purposes I took this supplement while on a low-calorie diet to ensure that my body was getting all the essential amino acids and wasn't breaking down muscle tissue to get it elsewhere. Amino acids are more quickly absorbed than protein, so I would also take this immediately after a workout and then have a shake when I got home.

    Another great use I found for this was in between weights and cardio. Since my routine involved doing weight training followed by cardio I didn't want to run with a stomach full of protein shake, so naturally Amino Complete was the prime choice. I also didn't want to be burning calories from the shake; I wanted to burn calories from fat.

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    This was a great choice as I decreased BF% without decreasing too much LBM. In fact if anything, I have gained LBM while using this supplement combined with a good diet of high protein and low carbs.

    At the beginning of the cycle I could bench 225 for a 1 rep max, now I am pushing 235lbs for 4 reps. Also, biceps have increased and strength and legs have increased substantially as well. For a reasonable price, this supplement is very effective and because it has been researched so much it has been suggested that it really works... unlike some of the other supplements out there.

    Amino acids also play many roles in general health as they may help fight many health conditions. Although I don't have any of these conditions I wouldn't mind a little bit of extra protection from them just in case. They are also an essential role in maintaining healthy skin.

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Amino Complete

As the building blocks of protein, amino acids are vital to health. Next to water, amino acids in the form of proteins make up the greatest portion of our body weight. They comprise tendons, muscles and ligaments; organs and glands; hair and nails; important bodily fluids, and are a necessary part of every cell in the body. There are over 20 amino acids, separated into two categories; essential and non-essential.
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    From a bodybuilding perspective this might be a good thing to carry in your gym bag for extra long workouts, in between weight training and cardio, or if you don't have time to get protein immediately in you.


Conclusion

For a good price you can get about 30 servings of these pills for 10$. It is great for cutting and also has mass-building effects. Also for all around health this stuff is great. If you want something that works, then Amino Complete brings it to you.

I can tell you from my experience that it has spared me significant lean body mass and I will continue to use them from now on.

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Nice article but I have a question can I use amino acids only without whey protein or casein as in this case I will use about 25 tablets or more please if the answer is yes or no I want an article say that
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Nice article but I have a question can I use amino acids only without whey protein or casein as in this case I will use about 25 tablets or more please if the answer is yes or no I want an article say that
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Nice article but I have a question can I use amino acids only without whey protein or casein as in this case I will use about 25 tablets or more please if the answer is yes or no I want an article say that
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Great article going to pick some up

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