Amino Acids are the building blocks of protein. Animal Nitro contains the full spectrum of essential amino acids in the correct ratios, which can aid in muscle growth.
- 6000mg of uncoupled EAAs per pack
- Prevents muscle breakdown (catabolism)
- Induced anabolism (muscle growth)
- Utilizes a particular complex of aminos called Human Muscle Protein Complex which delivers precisely the correct dose of aminos to efficiently enter systemic circulation
How to Use
After lifting, there is a critical anabolic “window of opportunity” that exists. To take advantage of this nutritional period, take 1 - 2 packs within 15 – 30 minutes immediately after lifting. Even better, take 2 packs on your training days – the first preworkout, right before lifting, and the second postworkout. If you take a PWO shake, then take the Animal Nitro first, and then wait at least another 30-45 minutes before drinking that shake. When possible, take Animal Nitro on an empty stomach, preferably with 8-12 oz. of grape or other fruit juice.
I'm dieting, can Animal Nitro help?
Whether you're dieting, bulking, or maintaining, Animal Nitro can help. For dieters, Animal Nitro can help keep energy levels up as some of the aminos in Animal Nitro have the ability to be oxidized (used for energy). These aminos can also exert anti-catabolic effects, helping to preserve lean mass during calorie-restriction. Gainers can get key aminos delivered fast without all the extra calories, and Animal Nitro won't leave you feeling full or bloated. In addition, there are no artificial flavors which could interfere with digestion or fat loss.
How many mg of BCAAs does Animal Nitro contain?
Each pack of Animal Nitro contains 4065 mg of BCAAs.
How many pills does 1 pack of Animal Nitro contain?
Animal Nitro contains 9 capsules. You should take all the capsules in one sitting for proper effectiveness.
Does Animal Nitro have BCAAs?
Absolutely. Each pack contains 4065 mg of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs). There is a wealth of information on the benefits of BCAAs, which are a part of a larger spectrum of amino acids called essential amino acids (EAAs). We modeled our Human Muscle Protein Complex (tm) after actual human muscle protein with a 2:1:1 ratio of leucine, isoleucine, and valine. Matching an amino supplement to the amino protein profile of human muscle can yield optimal results.