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Animal Nitro. Old school meets new school. We’ve taken tried and true classics, amino acids, and brought them up to date for the serious lifter who’s looking for something more. Listen, amino acids have been around for decades and have been used by countless athletes. As supplements, they’ve stood the test of time. They’ve also been studied in great depth over the years. And those studies are always moving forward… Recent research suggests that amino acids help support an anabolic environment.* But that research also suggests that timing, dosages, and the mix of aminos are all extremely important. To get things rolling, you gotta start with the right mix, forms and types of aminos to support the maximum anabolic advantage.* Animal Nitro’s got it all.
Animal Nitro has the right types of aminos (essential aminos), forms (“uncoupled”), dose (6 grams per pack), and the right blend of aminos (Human Muscle Protein Complex™). Recent published studies suggest that to stimulate protein synthesis and spark anabolism, only essential amino acids (EAA) are necessary. Non-essential amino acids (NEAA) aren’t (protein powders have both EAA and NEAA). You don’t need a lot either. EAA are so efficient, researchers have surmised that only 6 grams, orally-delivered, are necessary (this is the precise amount in each pack of Animal Nitro).* However, it’s not just a matter of throwing in 6 grams of EAA. For example, you can’t put them into tablets. Tablets, with all the fillers and coatings, prevent the EAA from being utilized by the body efficiently. That’s why Animal Nitro comes only in quick-dissolving capsules. The ratio of EAA are important too. We’ll talk about this in a second…