Nutrabolics AE2 is an Arginine Ethyl Ester nitric oxide stimulator, and it comes in a black plastic bottle. The yellow and black package label is made from standard quality material, and the contrast between the label colors make the packaging unique, eye catching and visually appealing.
The benefits of the product are prominently listed on the front of the label, and directions for use are provided on the back of the bottle
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According to packaging, the following ingredients are in this product:
This product contains the following ingredients:
Serving Size: 8 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving:
Proprietary Blend: 4000mg
Arginine Ethyl Ester HCL
Gelatin, purified water, titanium dioxie, FD&C blue #1, FD&C red #40, FD&C yellow #5, silicon dioxide, sodium lauryl sulfate.
As a dietary supplement take four capsules twice daily. Workout days: Take four capsules with 8oz of water immediately following your workout, either by itself or together with IsoBolic Advanced Protein Matrix.
Non workout days:
Take four capsules with 8oz of water with breakfast or lunch. Wait 4-6 hours and take another four four capsules with a meal.
Certificates of analysis were provided by Nutrabolics and are attached for your review.
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The AE2 capsules are yellow and black as shown here. Each capsule contains is odorless. The capsules are easily swallowed with a small amount of fluid and this makes administration easy.
AE2 worked quickly. About one-half hour after taking AE2 I noticed that my heart rate increased, my focus sharpened, and my skin was flush; I also noticed that my muscles were visibly harder - all clear signs that the product was working as indicated on the product label.
AE2 increased my desire to train, markedly enhanced my endurance, and also increased how much I was able to lift. What's more, it enhanced training effect by giving me more focus and speeding my recovery.
AE2 was easy to take, and I didn't notice any post-administration discomfort or diarrhea, as is common with older, non-ph controlled, arginine based products.
I noticed a change in my body composition after a thirty day trial period. My body fat levels were lowered slightly, and I noticed a small increase in my muscle mass. This was not surprising considering that arginine stimulates somatropin (HGH) and helps control insulin function.
The cost for this product is $48.97 USD.
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AE2 by Nutrabolics is a stellar product. The product packaging is unique, eye catching, and the quality of the packaging serves to maintain product freshness and potency.
AE2 capsule size is small, making it easy to take with a small amount of fluid. Best of all, AE2 delivers results by enhancing focus and eliciting changes in body composition when used as an adjunct to sensible exercise and nutrition practices.
AE2 is the only nitric oxide stimulator on the market that is an arginine-ester. This is significant because this is what makes this product effective. The ester attached to the arginine in AE2 increases the products availability and absorption, so you get the same results with less dosage. This reduces the likelihood of arginine becoming an oxidant.
Unlike other products that have minimal effects, AE2 is powerful and affects muscle building and recovery from exercise. Best of all, AE2 causes no discomfort when used according to directions, and is easily tolerated by the body.
AE2 works as advertised and is, in my view, one of the best products on the market.
Products cost is ideal.
This product is an outstanding value and receives a perfect rating accordingly.
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