Amino & Energy Women's Best is a low-calorie formula based on amino acids with the addition of stimulating caffeine, green tea, coffee and vitamin C. Unique ingredients increase energy levels, promote concentration and provide the muscles with the most important amino acids.
14 micronized amino acids (including BCAA) in a dose of 5g is only 27kcal!
Amino acids belong to the basic building blocks of proteins and are one of the most important nutrients in the body. Proteins that consist of amino acids play a key role in building and maintaining muscle mass. Not all amino acids can be produced by the body in sufficient quantity, which inhibits the formation of new muscle tissue in the body. To this end, the Amino & Energy product was created to complement the amino acids in the body.
Supplement helps not only in building muscle mass, but also perfectly increases energy for the whole day and increases concentration. It is recommended for use in the morning when you need an injection of energy, and also performs excellently as a pre-workout promoting fat loss. Used after the training in the form of 1 scoop, it has regenerative properties.
Caffeine- is known for its ability to stimulate the central nervous system and mental activity. Effectively increase endurance and concentration, increase blood pressure and have a clear diuretic effect. Caffeine minimizes fatigue and increases physical endurance, which makes it an appropriate product for athletes and those exposed to physical and mental exertion. Studies confirm that caffeine accelerates metabolism, intensifies lipolysis and promotes the burning of fat for energy, and also stops the glycogen reserve in the muscles.
Green Tea- contained in green tea inhibits the enzyme called catechol O-methyl transferase or COMT, which actually breaks down the fat-burning hormone norepinephrine. Because green tea is rich in catechin helps raise the level of norepinephrine, keep it at an elevated level and prolong thermo genesis. It has also been shown that there is a synergistic interaction between caffeine in green tea and catechins (in particular EGCG) in green tea, which increases the body's use of calories as energy. In addition, it was found that the combination of caffeine and EGCG in green tea significantly increases the resting metabolic rate.
Green Coffee - green coffee extract improves metabolism and regulates insulin metabolism, which also translates into reduced appetite (decreased appetite). Green coffee contains chlorogenic acid and caffeine. Chlorogenic acid shows synergism with caffeine and very strongly increases its activity against fat. By using green coffee, we achieve a much stronger fat burning effect, while introducing much less caffeine into the body.
Vitamin C- is one of the most important water-soluble vitamins. It plays an important role in the formation of collagen, which is about 1/3 of the total amount of protein in our body. It is the basis for building the skin, bones, cartilage, tendons, blood vessels and valves in the heart. Ascorbic acid is a powerful antioxidant, accelerates the breakdown of harmful substances formed under the influence of intense training, effectively protects against infections. Another advantage of this vitamin is the improvement of iron absorption and the improvement of oxygen transport to the cells, which translates into an improvement in muscle condition. The effective absorption of oxygen extends the working time of the muscles and delays the anaerobic breathing phase of the muscles causing the formation of sourdough.
L-Glutamine- is one of the most common amino acids in the body. It is an element of skeletal muscle proteins and plays a significant role in the metabolism of nitrogen. Thus, it affects many aspects that have an impact on the effects achieved by the athlete (both in the form of gains in muscle mass and strength).
L-Leucine- affects the synthesis of skeletal muscles in several ways: increases the secretion of insulin, a powerful anabolic present in our body, affects the protein kinase S6 activity, accelerates the phosphorylation of the binding protein eIf4E and affects the degree of binding between proteins (eIF) 4E and eIF4G. All this, despite the complicated sound and naming, boils down to a very simple theorem - Leucine increases the degree and speed of protein utilization for muscle building.
L-Arginine - the most well-known property of arginine is the synthesis of nitric oxide - a substance that dilates blood vessels. Thus, arginine contributes to a more efficient and faster transport of nutrients and oxygen to working cells, as well as the discharge of toxic metabolic compounds, inhibiting metabolic processes.
L-Isoleucine - the supply of large quantities of Leucine reduces the level of the other two amino acids: Isoleucine and Valine, so it is important to use all three compounds together. In addition, Isoleucine is classified as glucogenic amino acids, ie those that the body can easily and quickly transform into the energy necessary for its functioning. This means that we will be able to not only train longer and more intensively, but also recover faster.
L-Valine - its presence in this combination, owes not only to the aforementioned need to administer all three BCAA amino acids together but also to reduce the fatigue of the central nervous system. In addition, as with the other two amino acids, it is easily converted into the energy consumed by working muscles and thus allows to save glycogen stores accumulated in the liver.
Beta-Alanine - belongs to the organic chemical compounds from the group of amino acids, the structural isomer of alpha -alanine, or the basic amino acid protein. It belongs to the so-called β-amino acids in which the amino group is located on the β-carbon in relation to the carboxyl group. β-alanine is a component of carnosine dipeptide (β-alanyl-L histidine), whose biosynthesis depends on the availability of β-alanine as a substrate. Carnosine buffers the pH drop associated with with the formation of lactic acid in the muscles during exercise. Therefore, the intake of β-alanine reduces physical reduction. Furthermore, β-alanine is a constituent of other biologically active compounds, e.g. pantothenic acid, peptides: balenin (β-alanyl-1-methyl-L-histidine) and anserine (β-alanyl-3-methyl-L-histidine).
L-Tyrosine - supports the functioning of the brain by supporting the synthesis of catecholamines of norepinephrine and dopamine (neurotransmitters). L-Tyrosine helps in the proper functioning of the nervous system, helps in maintaining normal psychological functions and helps to reduce the feeling of fatigue and fatigue.
L-Lysine-must be supplied from food because our body is unable to synthesise it. It has antioxidant properties (it destroys free radicals) and thus helps to fight diseases, helps to raise the level of growth hormone, present in the construction of collagen, facilitates the absorption of calcium and improves mental concentration.
L-Histidine-belongs to exogenous amino acids. It plays an important role in the production of proteins. Takes part in the production of hemoglobin. It is an effective transporter of many key elements, e.g. zinc and iron. These microelements are one of the necessary ingredients for the proper functioning of not only the heart and metabolism. Deficiencies of this amino acid are often associated with a low content of these metals, which in turn is reflected in the hormonal imbalance of the body.
L-Methionine - is an essential ingredient for the synthesis of glutathione, one of the most important compounds in the context of the body's protection against the action of free radicals and toxins. It seems that taking methionine simultaneously with the use of paracetamol (or other drugs in this group) can protect the liver and kidneys by preventing them from being damaged. It is sometimes used in cases of poisoning with hepatoxic drugs, alcohol and ammonia. Supports the natural regeneration processes of connective tissue, skin, hair and nails.
L-Tryptophan - this amino acid is part of, for example, milk proteins, and its role is closely related to the mental state and well-being, which actively regulates the functioning of the nervous system. The role of tryptophan in the human body is very important. It regulates many important processes, which in turn determine the proper functioning of the whole organism.
In the morning: 1 scoop (9g) mixed with 400 ml of water
Before training: 2-3 scoops mix with 400 ml of water
After training: mix 1 scoop with 400 ml of water
Do not exceed 3 measures in a day!