MuscleMeds provides athletes with a set of aminos, sourced from beef, that look to decrease (or stave off) catabolization. Where many amino-containing products only provide three amino acids (typically L-Leucine, L-Valine, and L-Isolucine), Musclemeds has placed a slew of amino acids into the stew – the typical amino acid profile includes the three aforementioned amino acids alongside L-Threonine, L-Lysine, L-Phenylalanine, L-Tryptophan, L-Methionine, and L-Histidine. The supplement is further bolstered through the inclusion of a variety of non-essential amino acids (Arginine, Aspartic Acid, Alanine, Cysteine, Glutamic Acid, Glycine, Hydroxyproline, Proline, Tyrosine, and Serine.
The taking of the amino acids from beef provides a higher overall quality than other sources, while the supplement does not contain cholesterol or fat. Each dose of the Carnivor Beef Aminos contains 3 grams of protein (6% RDV) and does not give those supplementing an odd or off-putting flavor. After supplementing with the Carnivor Beef Aminos, one will be shocked at the overall recovery rate that they will experience after difficult or otherwise challenging workouts. Overall amounts of muscle gains will also be larger than without supplementing with the Carnivor Beef Aminos – as muscle is the first to be broken down when a body runs out of fuel, it is essential to keep amino levels high. The sheer amount of amino content here is substantial, increasing the overall recovery rate (decreasing the amount of time that someone has to heal up between workouts) while allowing muscle to be built at a rate much faster than normal.
Look to spend about $20 for a bottle of Carnivor Beef Aminos. Each bottle contains 300 tablets, or 100 doses. Visit the MuscleMeds website for more information about their Beef Aminos and the rest of their product line.
Carnivor Beef Aminos Review