PerfectAmino for Athletes

by BodyHealth Representatives July 21, 2015 2 min read

PerfectAmino for Athletes

Many of our customers are athletes. They range from people who exercise a few times a week, weekend warriors, amateur athletes all the way to top professional, elite athletes. So, why do they take PerfectAmino?

Building muscle mass is done by creating microscopic tears in your muscle, which then grows as it repairs. A predominant function of protein is to repair and rebuild the tissues of your body, by supplying your cells with protein building blocks, which are called amino acids. These then assemble into new muscle proteins, which creates muscle growth. There are certain essential amino acids that the body does not produce naturally on its own, which are contained in PerfectAmino. The ultra-specific formula of these amino acids are proven to be in the exact ratios that your body needs to be able to synthesize into proteins in the best possible way.

Most people do not get enough good quality protein in their diets. Not to mention the fact that your body only utilizes a fraction of the protein from food. For example, your body utilizes only 48% of the protein in eggs, 32% in meat, poultry & fish, and only 18% of the protein in whey & soy protein powders.

Due to this, injury repair occurs slowly or not at all. PerfectAmino is the perfect solution to this, with a 99% utilization by the body!

USAGE:

Men:

Women:

Normal Dosage:

5-10 tablets, 30 mins before training, with food (no fats or proteings).

5-8 tablets, 30 mins before training, with food (no fats or proteins).

Intensive workout or strenuous activity:

10 tablets, 30 mins before training, with food (no fats or proteins).

Then an additional 10 tablets later in the day.

5-8 tablets, 30 mins before training, with food (no fats or proteins).

Then an additional 4-6 tablets later in the day. 

Chronic illness:

10 tablets, 2-3 times per day, with food (wait 30 minutes before eating fats or proteins).

5-8 tablets, 2-3 times per day, with food (wait 30 minutes before eating fats and proteins).

Children:

Up to 1 tablet for every 5 lbs. of body weight, not to exceed 30 tablets daily.

Can be crushed and added to juice or applesauce or honey. 

Perfect Amino is the real thing. Each bottle contains 150 tablets and costs only $39.95.   


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