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Post-workout supplement or meal replacement shake. Builds muscle and repairs tissues.

The following information is from: Rochester, NY - University of Rochester Medical Center.

Vegan Protein

Ingredients:

Alaine

Alanine is an amino acid that is used to make proteins. It is used to break down tryptophan and vitamin B-6. It is a source of energy for muscles and the central nervous system. It strengthens the immune system and helps the body use sugars.

Source: Welcome to URMC - Rochester, NY - University of Rochester Medical Center

Asparic Acid

General information

Aspartic acid is a non-essential amino acid. This means it can be made from other substances in your body. It helps make other amino acids and some nucleotides. Aspartic acid also plays a role in energy production in the body. It also helps send chemical signals through the nervous system.

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Some athletes claim aspartic acid improves stamina. It may enhance your immune system. Aspartic acid may protect you from toxins and neural and brain disorders. It may help treat chronic fatigue.


Glutamic Acid

Reported uses

Glutamic acid is an amino acid used to form proteins. In the body it turns into glutamate. This is a chemical that helps nerve cells in the brain send and receive information from other cells. It may be involved in learning and memory. It may help people with hypochlorhydria (low stomach acid) or achlorhydria (no stomach acid).

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that haven't yet been proven through research.

Glutamic acid may:

Treat personality and childhood behavioral issues

Help treat epilepsy and muscular dystrophy

Treat intellectual disorders

Treat low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) in people with diabetes

Prevent nerve damage in people having chemotherapy


Histidine

Claims

Histidine is an amino acid most people get from food. It's used in growth, repair of damaged tissues, and making blood cells. It helps protect nerve cells. It's used by the body to make histamine. Histidine supplements may help treat eczema.


Leucine

Unproven claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Leucine is one of the 3 essential branched chain amino acids (BCAAs). These amino acids can be used by skeletal muscle to give energy during exercise. Eating foods that have complete protein gives enough of these amino acids. This includes foods such as meat, poultry, fish, eggs, and milk. Results of studies have not been reliable in showing that taking supplements of these amino acids improves exercise performance, builds muscle mass, or helps you recover from exercise. Leucine may help in healing skin and bones. It may increase muscle growth and lean body mass. It may increase production of human growth hormone (HGH). It may help control blood sugar.


Methionine

Overview

Methionine is an essential amino acid. You need to get it through your diet. It's needed to make protein and other compounds in your body.

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Methionine is an antioxidant. It may help protect the body from damage caused by ionizing radiation. It may detoxify harmful substances in the body, such as heavy metals. It may also prevent liver damage from acetaminophen poisoning. And it may help prevent fat deposits in your liver.

It may also help ease fatigue and reduce the risk of early balding. It may also help treat osteoporosis.


Proline

Overview 

Proline is essential for the formation of collagen and plays a large role in skin healing. Like glycine, proline helps to seal and heal the gut lining, resulting in improved digestive health, something so many of us struggle with.

Unsubstantiated claims

May Help Heal Wounds and Repair Skin

May Supports Digestive Health

May Help Prevent Joint Pain

May Support the Cardiovascular System

May Contribute to a Healthy Metabolism and Fights Inflammation


Threonine

Overview. 

Threonine is an amino acid. Amino acids are the building blocks the body uses to make proteins. Threonine is used to treat various nervous system disorders including spinal spasticity, multiple sclerosis, familial spastic paraparesis, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, Lou Gehrig's disease).

Source: RxList - The Internet Drug Index for prescription drug information, interactions, and side effects


Tyrosine

Unproven claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Tyrosine is said to improve mood. It may help treat depression, anxiety, narcolepsy, and insomnia. It may help suppress appetite and reduce body fat. It may prompt the release of human growth hormone (HGH). It’s been used to treat some allergies.


Arginine

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Arginine is an essential amino acid. It is found in plant and animal proteins. There are some claims that it improves male infertility and erectile dysfunction.

Arginine may:

Increase collagen in connective tissue, which is in every organ in the body

Improve some types of anemia

Be a vasodilator

Help treat angina

Help treat high blood pressure


Cystine

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Cystine may help speed recovery after surgery. It may also boost your immune system. It may also help treat lung diseases.


Glycine

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Glycine may help with ischemia-reperfusion injury.

It may also help protect the liver from toxins.

Glycine may help treat schizophrenia. But different studies don't agree. Taking glycine by mouth may reduce symptoms of the condition in people who are resistant to other medicine.


Isoleucine

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Isoleucine is an essential amino acid. It may help how hemoglobin is made. This is the oxygen-carrying pigment inside of red blood cells. It may help control blood sugar. It may also boost energy and endurance. It’s also said to help speed healing of injured muscles. Isoleucine may also help muscle development and lean body mass.


Lysine

General description

Lysine is an essential amino acid (AA). It’s needed to help make protein. It’s also needed to break down carbohydrates and fatty acids.

Unproven claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Lysine may slow or stop the growth of viruses. It may protect against sexual transmission of the herpes virus. It may prevent cold sores (herpes sores) from coming back when taken with vitamin C and bioflavonoids.

Lysine may improve how calcium is used. It may aid in bone growth and healing. Lysine may also prevent fatigue and increase stress tolerance.


Phenylalanine 

Unproven claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid. It is found in high-protein foods. It may improve memory and learning ability. It may enhance mood and alertness. It may help treat some types of depression. It’s been used to help treat schizophrenia and Parkinson disease.

Phenylalanine is used in some artificial sweeteners. It tends to decrease appetite. It’s been used to treat obesity.

It’s also claimed to boost pain tolerance in premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and migraine headaches.

Source: Welcome to URMC - Rochester, NY - University of Rochester Medical Center.


Serine

General description

Serine is a nonessential amino acid. It occurs naturally in humans. Serine can be obtained from natural sources in the diet such as meat, dairy, and wheat-based foods.

Unsubstantiated claims

Please note that this section reports on claims that have not yet been substantiated through studies.

Serine is a natural moisturizer. It’s included in many skin-care preparations.

Studies show that serine improves attention, arousal, verbal fluency, and memory in seniors with cognitive issues. The mechanism of action is unclear. More research is needed in this area.


Tryptophan 

Unproven claims

There may be benefits that haven't yet been proven through research.

L-tryptophan may make you sleepy. It’s been used to treat insomnia. It may be a natural antidepressant and stress reducer. It may help treat hyperactivity in children. It may also treat manic episodes in people with bipolar disorder. L-tryptophan also decreases appetite. It may help treat symptoms of severe premenstrual syndrome (PMS). It may help people quit smoking, when used with other conventional treatment methods.


Valine

Overview

Valine is a branched-chain essential amino acid. This means your body does not make it and you must get it through your diet. Branched-chain amino acids are used in your body to help make energy.

Valine is found mainly in protein food sources such as meats, fish, soy, and dairy. But it is also found in other foods, including some nuts, vegetables, and whole grains.

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research. Branched-chain amino acid supplements are often taken to promote muscle growth, increase athletic performance, and boost the immune system.

Valine may help treat malnutrition due to drug addiction.

 

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The information above is from: Rochester, NY - University of Rochester Medical Center.

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Post-workout supplement or meal replacement shake. Builds muscle and repairs tissues.

The following information is from: Rochester, NY - University of Rochester Medical Center.

Vegan Protein

Ingredients:

Alaine

Alanine is an amino acid that is used to make proteins. It is used to break down tryptophan and vitamin B-6. It is a source of energy for muscles and the central nervous system. It strengthens the immune system and helps the body use sugars.

Source: Welcome to URMC - Rochester, NY - University of Rochester Medical Center

Asparic Acid

General information

Aspartic acid is a non-essential amino acid. This means it can be made from other substances in your body. It helps make other amino acids and some nucleotides. Aspartic acid also plays a role in energy production in the body. It also helps send chemical signals through the nervous system.

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Some athletes claim aspartic acid improves stamina. It may enhance your immune system. Aspartic acid may protect you from toxins and neural and brain disorders. It may help treat chronic fatigue.


Glutamic Acid

Reported uses

Glutamic acid is an amino acid used to form proteins. In the body it turns into glutamate. This is a chemical that helps nerve cells in the brain send and receive information from other cells. It may be involved in learning and memory. It may help people with hypochlorhydria (low stomach acid) or achlorhydria (no stomach acid).

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that haven't yet been proven through research.

Glutamic acid may:

Treat personality and childhood behavioral issues

Help treat epilepsy and muscular dystrophy

Treat intellectual disorders

Treat low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) in people with diabetes

Prevent nerve damage in people having chemotherapy


Histidine

Claims

Histidine is an amino acid most people get from food. It's used in growth, repair of damaged tissues, and making blood cells. It helps protect nerve cells. It's used by the body to make histamine. Histidine supplements may help treat eczema.


Leucine

Unproven claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Leucine is one of the 3 essential branched chain amino acids (BCAAs). These amino acids can be used by skeletal muscle to give energy during exercise. Eating foods that have complete protein gives enough of these amino acids. This includes foods such as meat, poultry, fish, eggs, and milk. Results of studies have not been reliable in showing that taking supplements of these amino acids improves exercise performance, builds muscle mass, or helps you recover from exercise. Leucine may help in healing skin and bones. It may increase muscle growth and lean body mass. It may increase production of human growth hormone (HGH). It may help control blood sugar.


Methionine

Overview

Methionine is an essential amino acid. You need to get it through your diet. It's needed to make protein and other compounds in your body.

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Methionine is an antioxidant. It may help protect the body from damage caused by ionizing radiation. It may detoxify harmful substances in the body, such as heavy metals. It may also prevent liver damage from acetaminophen poisoning. And it may help prevent fat deposits in your liver.

It may also help ease fatigue and reduce the risk of early balding. It may also help treat osteoporosis.


Proline

Overview 

Proline is essential for the formation of collagen and plays a large role in skin healing. Like glycine, proline helps to seal and heal the gut lining, resulting in improved digestive health, something so many of us struggle with.

Unsubstantiated claims

May Help Heal Wounds and Repair Skin

May Supports Digestive Health

May Help Prevent Joint Pain

May Support the Cardiovascular System

May Contribute to a Healthy Metabolism and Fights Inflammation


Threonine

Overview. 

Threonine is an amino acid. Amino acids are the building blocks the body uses to make proteins. Threonine is used to treat various nervous system disorders including spinal spasticity, multiple sclerosis, familial spastic paraparesis, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, Lou Gehrig's disease).

Source: RxList - The Internet Drug Index for prescription drug information, interactions, and side effects


Tyrosine

Unproven claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Tyrosine is said to improve mood. It may help treat depression, anxiety, narcolepsy, and insomnia. It may help suppress appetite and reduce body fat. It may prompt the release of human growth hormone (HGH). It’s been used to treat some allergies.


Arginine

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Arginine is an essential amino acid. It is found in plant and animal proteins. There are some claims that it improves male infertility and erectile dysfunction.

Arginine may:

Increase collagen in connective tissue, which is in every organ in the body

Improve some types of anemia

Be a vasodilator

Help treat angina

Help treat high blood pressure


Cystine

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Cystine may help speed recovery after surgery. It may also boost your immune system. It may also help treat lung diseases.


Glycine

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Glycine may help with ischemia-reperfusion injury.

It may also help protect the liver from toxins.

Glycine may help treat schizophrenia. But different studies don't agree. Taking glycine by mouth may reduce symptoms of the condition in people who are resistant to other medicine.


Isoleucine

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Isoleucine is an essential amino acid. It may help how hemoglobin is made. This is the oxygen-carrying pigment inside of red blood cells. It may help control blood sugar. It may also boost energy and endurance. It’s also said to help speed healing of injured muscles. Isoleucine may also help muscle development and lean body mass.


Lysine

General description

Lysine is an essential amino acid (AA). It’s needed to help make protein. It’s also needed to break down carbohydrates and fatty acids.

Unproven claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Lysine may slow or stop the growth of viruses. It may protect against sexual transmission of the herpes virus. It may prevent cold sores (herpes sores) from coming back when taken with vitamin C and bioflavonoids.

Lysine may improve how calcium is used. It may aid in bone growth and healing. Lysine may also prevent fatigue and increase stress tolerance.


Phenylalanine 

Unproven claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research.

Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid. It is found in high-protein foods. It may improve memory and learning ability. It may enhance mood and alertness. It may help treat some types of depression. It’s been used to help treat schizophrenia and Parkinson disease.

Phenylalanine is used in some artificial sweeteners. It tends to decrease appetite. It’s been used to treat obesity.

It’s also claimed to boost pain tolerance in premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and migraine headaches.

Source: Welcome to URMC - Rochester, NY - University of Rochester Medical Center.


Serine

General description

Serine is a nonessential amino acid. It occurs naturally in humans. Serine can be obtained from natural sources in the diet such as meat, dairy, and wheat-based foods.

Unsubstantiated claims

Please note that this section reports on claims that have not yet been substantiated through studies.

Serine is a natural moisturizer. It’s included in many skin-care preparations.

Studies show that serine improves attention, arousal, verbal fluency, and memory in seniors with cognitive issues. The mechanism of action is unclear. More research is needed in this area.


Tryptophan 

Unproven claims

There may be benefits that haven't yet been proven through research.

L-tryptophan may make you sleepy. It’s been used to treat insomnia. It may be a natural antidepressant and stress reducer. It may help treat hyperactivity in children. It may also treat manic episodes in people with bipolar disorder. L-tryptophan also decreases appetite. It may help treat symptoms of severe premenstrual syndrome (PMS). It may help people quit smoking, when used with other conventional treatment methods.


Valine

Overview

Valine is a branched-chain essential amino acid. This means your body does not make it and you must get it through your diet. Branched-chain amino acids are used in your body to help make energy.

Valine is found mainly in protein food sources such as meats, fish, soy, and dairy. But it is also found in other foods, including some nuts, vegetables, and whole grains.

Unsubstantiated claims

There may be benefits that have not yet been proven through research. Branched-chain amino acid supplements are often taken to promote muscle growth, increase athletic performance, and boost the immune system.

Valine may help treat malnutrition due to drug addiction.

 

Credit:

The information above is from: Rochester, NY - University of Rochester Medical Center.

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This Item Ships to   

   

For all Free or Standard Shipping orders please allow up to 3 - 3 days delivery time for DVDs. For all other items 5-10 days

For all Priority Expedited Shipping orders customers should expect to receive their item(s) in 3 - 5 business days. (not available on some items).

For all International Shipping, please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery time.

For all details regarding shipping, visit our Shipping Policy page.

Returns are easy

Simply contact us for a returns number and send your item to our returns centre for fast processing. We'll get you a replacement or refund in a snap!

For all details regarding returns, visit our Return Policy page.

Here are 5 more great reasons to buy from us:

so
   

You get a full 365 days to return your item to us. If it doesn't fit, it breaks, you've changed your mind or for no reason whatsoever simply send it back to us and we'll cheerfully refund you every cent.

Returns are easy, simply contact us for a returns number and send your item to our returns centre for fast processing. We'll get you a replacement or refund in a snap!

In the unlikely event that you find your item cheaper at another online store, just let us know and we'll beat the competitor's pricing hands-down.

We insist that you love everything you buy from us. If you're unhappy for any reason whatsoever, just let us know and we'll bend over backwards to make things right again.

Ordering from [yourstorename] is 100% safe and secure so you can rest easy. Your personal details are never shared, sold or rented to anyone either.

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