The Body Needs Amino Acids
Not taking an amino acid supplements? You should!
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Trying to lose weight and gain muscle at the same time?
Amino acids serve many important functions in the female body, and taking a supplement can be helpful for anyone, regardless of age or fitness goals.

Without getting too scientific, amino acids are the basic building blocks for muscles. There are about 20 different types, eight of which the body can’t make on its own. These are known as essential amino acids, and they must be obtained from foods or supplements. Amino acids are used by the body for various purposes, including building and maintain muscle tissue.

You may have heard of BCAAs. This stands for branched-chain amino acids. Named for their chemical structure, which looks something like tree limbs, BCAAs include isoleucine, lysine and valine — three of the eight essential amino acids not naturally made by the body. Protein-rich foods such as beef and chicken provide BCAAs, but in order to get the amount we need, we’d have to eat a lot of meat — which isn’t ideal when you have weight-loss goals.

Taking a supplement is an easy way to increase your intake, and it comes with some added benefits. Research shows that BCAAs help maintain optimal performance when exercising, while also promoting muscle recovery after participation in sports activities. They also support muscle tissue from breakdown and help maintain lean muscle mass. Taking a BCAA supplement is great when following a low-calorie diet, trying to lose weight and gain muscle at the same time.

NanoHydr8 has combined energy, electrolytes and amino acids, including BCAAs in to one simple low calorie drink. By taking this 4oz shooter before a workout you will have the energy, hydration and recovery you need to enhance your performance. Best of all, after workouts, when muscle tissue is broken down and protein synthesis is low, the amino acids in NanoHydr8 will ensure proper repair and less soreness . NanoHydr8 shooters supports lean muscle tissue and gives antioxidant protection from exercise-induced free radical damage.