Amino 2222 by Optimum Nutrition
Amino acids are essential to the human body. Athletes and bodybuilders can particularly benefit from supplementing amino acids because they assist in repair, growth, and development of muscle tissue. The body, through assimilation of amino acids, produces over 50,000 proteins and over 15,000 enzymes. Amino acids are not only responsible for the production of all the body's enzymes (including digestive enzymes), but they also play a primary role in normalizing moods, concentration, aggression, attention, sleep, and sex drive. After protein is consumed, it is broken down into amino acids. Then, individual amino acids are used to create necessary body proteins and enzymes. Digestive enzymes break down the proteins a person consumes into amino acids.*
Scientists, experts, and medical professionals agree that getting enough amino acids in one's diet is a significant factor in maintaining good nutrition. Each two tablet serving of Superior Amino 2222 Tabs offers 2,222 milligrams of high quality amino acids including the eight essentials. Superior Amino 2222 Tabs are easier to swallow than most tablets and are quickly digested and absorbed. Used in conjunction with a well-planned diet that includes 'complete' proteins, these tablets can play a role in supporting muscle recovery from exercise. Because we used micronized aminos, they can get into your system that much quicker.*
- Provides 18 Distinct Amino Acids
- Supplies all the Essential Amino Acids
- Free-Form L-Carnitine and L-Ornithine
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