£39.99
EAN: 5901330054082
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Food supplement GOLD CHICKEN-PRO AMINO 9000 Mega Tabs

Recommended for people leading an active lifestyle – as an additional source of protein

A big dose of EAA and BCAA amino acids – more than 9000 mg portions

Easily digestible, is absorbed quickly

£39.99
73.78£ per 1kg

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6 tablets

 

Exclusive pure chicken amino acids

- 380% more concentraded than chicken breast
- ultra digestable
- hydrolyzed for easy absorption
- contains L-proline an important compound responsible for tissue repair especially collagen involved for joint formation

Ingredients: 84% chicken protein hydrolysate; bulking agent – calcium carbonate, glazing agent - polyvinyl alcohol (PVA), polyethylene glycol, talc; anti-caking agents – silicon dioxide, magnesium salts of fatty acids.

Nutrition information 6 tablets Per 100 g
Energy 177 kJ/
42 kcal
1636 kJ/
385 kcal
Fat
of which saturates
< 0,5 g
0,3 g
2,7 g
2,7 g
carbohydrates of which sugars < 0,5 g
< 0,5 g
1,0 g
1,0 g
Fibre 0 g 0 g
Protein 8,1 g 75 g

Standard aminogram# 6 tablets
Total Amino Acids: 9 403 mg
Total Essential Amino Acids 2 766 mg
L-lysine 628 mg
L-threonine 281 mg
L-phenylalanine 262 mg
L-methionine 225 mg
L-tryptophan 66 mg
L-histidine 187 mg
L-leucine (BCAA) 534 mg
L-valine (BCAA) 319 mg
L-isoleucine (BCAA) 262 mg
Hydroxyproline 619 mg
L- aspartic acid 759 mg
L-serine 337 mg
L-glutamic acid 1 369 mg
Glycine 1 191 mg
L-arginine 656 mg
L-alanine 722 mg
L-proline 759 mg
L-tyrosine 197 mg
L-cysteine 28 mg


#The variations of amino acid profile’s values may occur. This is typical for natural based products.

Recommended use: 6 tablets daily, after a workout or in between meals. Wash down with a lot of water. 
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are recommended. Keep out of reach of children.

The product is recommended for physically active adults and professional athletes.

Bibliography:

1. Paddon-Jones D, Sheffield-Moore M, Zhang XJ, Volpi E, Wolf SE, Aarsland A, Ferrando AA, Wolfe RR. Amino acid ingestion improves muscle protein synthesis in the young and elderly. Am Jour Physiol 2004, 321-328