Universal Nutrition Amino 3001 - Product Review  Hot

 

 

Description

You may be thinking to yourself, “Oh no, not another Amino Acid supplement!” But before you click-on to the next product, ask yourself a few questions:

  • Do I really know the differences between amino acid supplements?
  • Do I know what these nutrients actually do and why I’m actually taking them?


If you answered honestly and said “no”, your one of millions that uses amino acids because of their popularity as performance-enhancing agents, not because you know exactly what it is they do. Now that you know that you’re not alone, let’s take a brief look at aminos and find out what makes Amino 3001 a valuable tool for your many health improving endeavors.

Amino acids are the building blocks of sexiness. Ok, they’re actually the building blocks of our body’s most efficient fat-burning and sexiest material – muscle. They also make-up those many dietary proteins you consume on a daily basis.

No athlete or active person can make dramatic improvements in their physiques without them. They are critical for processes relating to energy, recovery, muscle and strength gains, fat loss, and last but not least, mood and brain function.

So now that you know what they do, what are the different kinds of amino acid supplements?

Well, very briefly, there are the indespensable amino acids (also known as essential). These include; Histidine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Valine. Branched-Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) fall into this category.

Next, the conditionally dispensable aminos arginine, cysteine, and tyrosine may be converted from other amino acids when needed, such as in times of stress, injury, or malnutrition. Finally, the nonessential or dispensable amino acids (Alanine, Arginine, Asparagine, Aspartic Acid, Cysteine, Glutamic Acid, Glutamine, Glycine , Proline, Serine, and Tyrosine) unlike essential aminos can be made/synthesized within the body.

Amino 3001 contains nearly all of these amino acids – indispensable, conditionally dispensable, and indispensable – and is of the highest quality, most potent, and nutritionally complete amino acid formula available.


Pros

Amino 3001 affords users some interesting advantages over its competitors:

  1. Amino 3001 may be the purest and most concentrated source of superior peptide bonded amino acid supplement ever invented. It is a complex formula that is vital to the retention of nitrogen within your body. A positive nitrogen balance helps your muscles have a faster recovery rate from more frequent and intense training, and is also crucial to whether your muscles grow, remain stagnant, or even lose size.

  2. Each serving includes the three essential branched chain amino acids - L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine in an optimal 3:2:2 ratio. These BCAA's are direct precursors to building muscle tissue and increasing lean body mass.

  3. Universal Nutrition’s Amino 3001 formula contains the added benefits of L-Carnitine, GTF chromium, pepsin, and Vitamin B-6 to enhance absorption and maximize your exercise performance!

  4. Finally, Amino 3001 is easily assimilated in the body. This means that it digests quickly and is readily available for use by your body’s hard-working muscles.
With the abovementioned benefits, this scientific formula seems to provide those who workout a cost-effective means for achieving everything from fat-burning to increases in strength and exercise performance!


Cons

Well, the initial findings show the results to be mixed, at best, for this product. Many users claim to have dramatic improvements (i.e. enhanced recovery, strength, stamina, etc.) while others state that, “this product is no different from any other amino acid supplement on the market.”

Remember, science is still not completely supportive of supplemental aminos. The majority of nutritionists recommend fulfilling amino acid requirements from diet alone, regardless of your activity level.



Is it for you?

Classify yourself as an avid gym-goer, chronic dieter, athlete, or one that is lacking to fulfill their daily intake of protein? If so, you may derive benefit from this nutritional supplement. As well, those with chronic medical conditions that rob the body of vital nutrients may find some nutritional support from Universal Nutrition’s Amino 3001.


Amino 3001 Nutrition Facts

 

Serving Size: 1 tablet
Servings Per Container: 160

Amount Per Serving Daily Value

Calories 12 *
Protein 3 g 6%
Vitamin B6 50 mg 2500%
Glycine 63 mg *
Alanine 152 mg *
Arginine 82 mg *
Aspartic Acid 311 mg *
Cystine 52 mg *
Glutamic Acid 512 mg *
Histidine 58 mg *
Isoleucine 200 mg *
Leucine 308 mg *
Lysine 274 mg *
Methionine 66 mg *
Phenylalanine 94 mg *
Proline 193 mg *
Serine 152 mg *
Threonine 148 mg *
Tryptophan 42 mg *
Tyrosine 105 mg *
Valine 188 mg *
Carnitine 20 mg *
Chromium Picolinate 25 mcg *
*percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

*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.

Directions

One capsule daily. Store in a cool dry place.



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