What’s really in your bcaas?

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Did you know that most aminos (BCAA) supplements are made from human hair, feathers and GMO corn? Pretty crazy right?! Can you imagine blending together human hair and duck feathers to drink during your workout? Nope, didn’t think so!

The use of these materials in supplements have been hidden from consumers by supplement companies  for a long time. Why? Simple, it comes down to dollars and cents. Most companies do what will save them money and sacrifice the health of the consumer. Protea Nutrition never sacrifices our consumer’s health. Quality is very important to us which is why we decided to produce a high quality Vegan aminos supplement sourced from sunflower seeds. Sunflower seeds provide all of the essential amino acids that your body can’t produce on its own.

 Our Vegan Amino+ includes three blends: 

1. Recovery blend – Leucine, Isoleucine, Valine (BCAAs) work to increase muscle recovery and decrease muscle tissue breakdown during stress and exercise. Electrolytes, magnesium, sodium, and potassium work to balance fluid needed for muscle recovery.

2. Beauty blend – Proline and Glycine are amino acids that the body uses to facilitate natural collagen production. Collagen supports healthy joints, hair, skin, nails, and connective tissues.

3. Immune support blend – Elderberry extract contains naturally occurring immunostimulants to support an optimal immune system which can be compromised by stress and dietary deficiencies. Chromium is a mineral that helps to control blood sugar and inflammation resulting in proper immunity.

Vegan aminos+ allows you to get all of the amazing benefits of a BCAAs supplement without the human hair, feathers and GMO corn because we source ours from sunflower seeds and take pride in quality ingredients we use for our supplements to help improve your overall health. 

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