Suggested Use: 3-6 capsules per day, in divided doses, between meals.
Amino-NR is a complex of amino acids in naturally occurring ratios, providing support for athletic activity, immune function, and daily wellness.
What Is It?
Amino-NR is a complex of amino acids in naturally
occurring ratios, providing support for athletic activity,
immune function, and daily wellness.*
Uses For Amino-NR
Athletic Support: Amino acids provide important support
for athletic training, as supplementation promotes recovery,
protects DNA from oxidation, lessens occasional muscle
soreness and fatigue, enhances muscle performance,
and enhances the oxygen carrying capacity of the
bloodstream. This formula is based on the ratios of amino
acids found naturally in high biological value (BV) protein
sources. Alpha lipoic acid and alpha ketoglutarate provide
additional support for mitochondrial function and energy.*
Daily Wellness: Adequate protein and amino acids are
vital for overall daily wellness, supporting healthy tissue
and enzyme function. Amino acids also play an important
role in immune health, primarily attributed to support for
healthy glutamine and glutathione levels. Vitamin B6 acts
as a cofactor for healthy amino acid metabolism.*
What Is The Source?
Alpha lipoic acid, alpha ketoglutarate, taurine, glycine
and l-methionine are produced synthetically. l-arginine,
l-alanine, l-cysteine, l-glutamine, l-histidine, l-lysine and
l-threonine are produced by vegetable fermentation.
l-proline is derived from rice dextrose fermentation.
l-Isoleucine, l-phenylalanine, l-serine and l-valine are
produced from corn dextrose fermentation. l-leucine
and l-tyrosine are extracted from protein and extensively
processed and purified. Ascorbyl palmitate is derived
from corn dextrose fermentation and palm oil.
Are There Any Potential Side Effects Or
If pregnant or lactating, consult your physician before taking
this product. Alpha lipoic acid may cause gastrointestinal
discomfort in some individuals. In rare cases, alpha lipoic
acid has been associated with skin rash. People with
pheylketonuria must avoid phenylalanine. Some research
suggests that tardive dyskinesia patients may process
phenylalanine abnormally. Until more is known, it makes
sense for people with this condition to avoid phenylalanine
supplementation. Individuals with kidney or liver disease
should not consume high intakes of amino acids with
consulting their doctor.
Are There Any Potential Drug Interactions?
Individuals taking alpha lipoic acid with anti-diabetes
medications may require blood glucose monitoring.
Consult your physician for more information.