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ASP American Nutrition’s

Pro-Series BCAA drink has

so many beneficial ingredients in it, you will want to

make this your everyday sports drink! 

 
Our Pro-Series BCAA drinks are scientifically formulated to help to limit fatigue during workouts, build bigger muscles, and pump more blood to the muscles during your workouts for longer, stronger sessions to help you reach your goals!
Sure, BCAAs can do all of these things.  But ASP American Nutrition’s Pro-Series BCAAs contain ingredients that also have been shown to:
  • Help improve sleep issues

  • Shed body fat

  • Reduce muscle breakdown, even during cancer treatments

  • Less daytime sleepiness

  • Increase immunity

  • Heal a leaky gut

  • Increase growth hormone

Do you want a sports drink that actually DOES SOMETHING for you other than fill you with some electrolytes and sugar?

 

 

Do you want to find a sports drink like what’s in your grocery store, but one that doesn’t contain artificial colors, flavors, fillers or sweeteners?

 

 

Do you care enough about your body to not put cancer-causing chemicals back into it? 

 

 

If you said “yes” to any of these questions, then our Pro-Series BCAA drink is for you!

 

We scientifically formulated our products with the best quality ingredients, and source our ingredients from the USA, so we know what goes into every single scoop, including:

 

Arginine 

What is Arginine?  

Arginine is an amino acid that provides great cardiovascular support.  Arginine is one of the 20 proteins you get from your diet, and are found in red meat, poultry, fish, dairy, seeds, soy, nuts, beans, leafy vegetables and some fruit. 

What does Arginine do?

The body uses this amino acid to produce nitric oxide that dilates blood vessels to improve blood circulation. Some doctors recommend their patients take arginine supplements to help improve coronary artery disease, peripheral vascular disease or erectile dysfunction, because arginine can help regulate your blood flow. Always check with your doctor before starting any new supplements, as they may not be appropriate for everyone.[1]  Nitric oxide is important for erectile function because it helps blood vessels relax, so more oxygen-rich blood can circulate through your arteries, essential for healthy penis function. Nitric oxide in bodybuilding helps to create stronger pumps with greater weights because of the additional blood flow to the muscles, and is thought to increase nutrient delivery to the cells and clear waste products that are related to fatigue, decreasing muscle soreness after a good workout.

How much should I take?

Recommended maximum dosage of Arginine is 500mg per day for most adults.

ASP American Nutrition’s Pro Series BCAAs contains 500mg or Arginine per serving to help your blood vessels relax so your body can carry more oxygen throughout.

 

Alanine  

What is Beta-Alanine?

Alanine is a non-essential amino acid that produced by your body, but you can also obtain it through foods. It is found in meat, poultry and fish. Vegetarians have about 50% less alanine in their bodies than meat eaters.   

What does Alanine do?

Your body uses beta-alanine to make carnosine, another amino acid that is stored in the brain and the muscles and helps fight fatigue. One of the main uses of carnosine by the body is to help regulate the acidity in our muscles that builds up when we work out, which impairs the ability of our muscles to keep contracting.  By reducing the amount of acid buildup in our muscles, we are able to continue working out longer.  In order to get those increased carnosine stores, you need beta-alanine.  Taking beta-alanine seems to increase your carnosine levels more than taking carnosine itself.

How much should I take?

Recommended maximum dosage of Alanine is 2-5g per day for most adults.

ASP American Nutrition’s Pro Series BCAAs contains 500mg or Alanine per serving to help your body reduce fatigue while working out.

Glycine

Glycine is an amino acid that your body uses to create proteins.  Your body naturally produces glycine from other amino acids, but it is also found in certain foods such as egg whites, seafood, red meat. 

What does Glycine do?

Glycine helps your body produce glutathione, an important antioxidant that protects your body against free radical cell damage.[2]  It also used by the body to create creatine, for building bigger muscles.[3] It is the main amino acid in collagen, which is the building block of your hair, skin, tendons, cartilage and nails.[4] Glycine can reduce the harmful effects of alcohol on your liver by preventing inflammation and improving the recovery process in recovering alcoholics. It prevents the accumulation of a compound that in high amounts has been linked to atherosclerosis, the hardening and narrowing of the arteries. It may also improve your body’s ability to use nitric oxide.[5] It may reduce muscle wasting, such as during cancer treatments.

A natural way to help with sleep issues?

Glycine is especially helpful for people with sleep issues.  Research has shown that it is a great, non-prescription way to decrease how long it takes to fall asleep, enhance sleep quality, lessen daytime sleepiness, and improve memory.[6]

How much should I take?

Recommended maximum dosage of Glycine is 500mg per day for most adults, although higher doses have also proven safe.

ASP American Nutrition’s Pro Series BCAAs contains 500mg or Glycine per serving.

 

Citrulline Malate

What is Citrulline Malate?

Citrulline is an amino acid produced by the body and also found in some fruits and vegetables likes watermelon and cucumbers.

How does it work?

It plays an important role in exercise as part of the urea cycle, ridding your body of harmful compounds. Citrulline also helps widen your blood vessels, lower blood pressure, and increase blood flow.[7] It is also converted in the body to Arginine, which is converted into nitric-oxide, expanding your blood vessels for stronger pumps.

Citrulline can also increase growth hormone after exercising.[i]

Why do we combine Citrulline with Malic Acid? 

Citrulline supplements come in two forms: Citrulline, by itself, and Citrulline combined with Malic Acid (Citrulline Malate). We prefer this form of the supplement because it increases nitric-oxide, which increases blood flow allowing for greater pumps, and is thought to increase nutrient delivery to the cells and clear waste products that are related to fatigue, decreasing muscle soreness after a good workout.

How much should I take?

The recommended dosage of Citrulline Malate supplements for weight training is 8g/day.[8]

ASP American Nutrition’s Pro Series BCAAS contains 6g of Citrulline Malate per serving. When combined with our Pro-Series Pre-workout, you are getting the full recommended dose of Citrulline Malate for workouts.

 

HMB  

What is HMB?

HMB, or beta-hydroxy-methylburate, is produced when the body breaks down leucine. It helps reduce muscle protein breakdown, helping you achieve your goals more quickly than not taking it.  HMB is produced in the body, but it can be found in grapefruit, fish and alfalfa in small quantities.  Supplementing with HMB is the best way to achieve an effective dosage.

What does HMB do?

HMB has been studied quite a bit in bodybuilding. In one research group, men who took HMB while working out v those who did not, the amount of weight bench pressed after 7 weeks increased 15 pounds in the group who supplemented with HMB v 5 pounds for the group who did not supplement.[9]  Other professional bodybuilders will supplement HMB with creatine during the last few weeks of cutting with an average of double the amount of lean body mass gained and fat lost.

How much should I take?

Recommended maximum dosage of HMB is 500mg per day for most adults. Bodybuilders may use up to 8g a day on training days, combined with creatine for the best results.

ASP American Nutrition’s Pro Series BCAAs contains 400mg or HMB per serving.

 

Glutamine  

What is Glutamine? 

Glutamine is an amino acid that is the most prevalent in our bodies. It makes up 35% of the nitrogen in our blood.  It is found in both plant and animal proteins, such as meat, seafood, milk, nuts, eggs, cabbage and beans.

What does Glutamine do?

Helps heal a leaky gut & reduce inflammation, repair ulcers, improve brain health, grow muscles, decrease exercise recovery times, increase your immune system, protect against stress, and promote heart health.[10]

How much should I take?

Recommended dosage of Glutamine for bodybuilding is 5g up to 3x per day.

ASP American Nutrition’s Pro Series BCAAs contains 3g or Glutamine per serving.

 

[1] Patients who take arginine after a heart attack may increase their risk of dying. It can also worsen allergies or asthma. Possible interactions include anticoagulants and anti-platelet drugs, blood pressure drugs, diabetes drugs, nitrates, diuretics, or erectile dysfunction drugs. www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements-l-arginine/art-20364681
[2] www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5855430
[3] www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/263269.php
[4] The Connection Between Glycine and Sleep. https://thesleepdoctor.com/2018/07/23/understanding-glycine
[5] [www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20499249
[6] Subjective Effects of Glycine Ingestion Before Bedtime on Sleep Quality.  https://link.springer.com/article/10.1111/j.1479-8425.2006.00193.x (July 28, 2016).
[7] How to Use L Arginine & Citrulline for High Blood Pressure.  www.livestrong.com/article/416822-how-to-use-l-arginine-l-citrulline-for-high-blood-pressure
[8] This supplement may not be appropriate for everyone and may interact with medications you are taking.
[9] Effects of Beta-Hydroxy-Beta-Methylbutyrate (HMB) on Exercise Performance and Body Composition Across Varying Levels of Age, Sex, and Training Experience: A Review. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2245953
[10] The Top 9 Science-Backed L-glutamine Benefits (Leaky Gut Repairer) https://happymammoth.co/l-glutamine-benefits

ASP American Nutrition’s

Pro-Series BCAA drink has

so many beneficial ingredients in it, you will want to

make this your everyday sports drink! 

 
Our Pro-Series BCAA drinks are scientifically formulated to help to limit fatigue during workouts, build bigger muscles, and pump more blood to the muscles during your workouts for longer, stronger sessions to help you reach your goals!
Sure, BCAAs can do all of these things.  But ASP American Nutrition’s Pro-Series BCAAs contain ingredients that also have been shown to:
  • Help improve sleep issues

  • Shed body fat

  • Reduce muscle breakdown, even during cancer treatments

  • Less daytime sleepiness

  • Increase immunity

  • Heal a leaky gut

  • Increase growth hormone

Do you want a sports drink that actually DOES SOMETHING for you other than fill you with some electrolytes and sugar?

 

 

Do you want to find a sports drink like what’s in your grocery store, but one that doesn’t contain artificial colors, flavors, fillers or sweeteners?

 

 

Do you care enough about your body to not put cancer-causing chemicals back into it? 

 

 

If you said “yes” to any of these questions, then our Pro-Series BCAA drink is for you!

 

We scientifically formulated our products with the best quality ingredients, and source our ingredients from the USA, so we know what goes into every single scoop, including:

 

Arginine 

What is Arginine?  

Arginine is an amino acid that provides great cardiovascular support.  Arginine is one of the 20 proteins you get from your diet, and are found in red meat, poultry, fish, dairy, seeds, soy, nuts, beans, leafy vegetables and some fruit. 

What does Arginine do?

The body uses this amino acid to produce nitric oxide that dilates blood vessels to improve blood circulation. Some doctors recommend their patients take arginine supplements to help improve coronary artery disease, peripheral vascular disease or erectile dysfunction, because arginine can help regulate your blood flow. Always check with your doctor before starting any new supplements, as they may not be appropriate for everyone.[1]  Nitric oxide is important for erectile function because it helps blood vessels relax, so more oxygen-rich blood can circulate through your arteries, essential for healthy penis function. Nitric oxide in bodybuilding helps to create stronger pumps with greater weights because of the additional blood flow to the muscles, and is thought to increase nutrient delivery to the cells and clear waste products that are related to fatigue, decreasing muscle soreness after a good workout.

How much should I take?

Recommended maximum dosage of Arginine is 500mg per day for most adults.

ASP American Nutrition’s Pro Series BCAAs contains 500mg or Arginine per serving to help your blood vessels relax so your body can carry more oxygen throughout.

 

Alanine  

What is Beta-Alanine?

Alanine is a non-essential amino acid that produced by your body, but you can also obtain it through foods. It is found in meat, poultry and fish. Vegetarians have about 50% less alanine in their bodies than meat eaters.   

What does Alanine do?

Your body uses beta-alanine to make carnosine, another amino acid that is stored in the brain and the muscles and helps fight fatigue. One of the main uses of carnosine by the body is to help regulate the acidity in our muscles that builds up when we work out, which impairs the ability of our muscles to keep contracting.  By reducing the amount of acid buildup in our muscles, we are able to continue working out longer.  In order to get those increased carnosine stores, you need beta-alanine.  Taking beta-alanine seems to increase your carnosine levels more than taking carnosine itself.

How much should I take?

Recommended maximum dosage of Alanine is 2-5g per day for most adults.

ASP American Nutrition’s Pro Series BCAAs contains 500mg or Alanine per serving to help your body reduce fatigue while working out.

Glycine

Glycine is an amino acid that your body uses to create proteins.  Your body naturally produces glycine from other amino acids, but it is also found in certain foods such as egg whites, seafood, red meat. 

What does Glycine do?

Glycine helps your body produce glutathione, an important antioxidant that protects your body against free radical cell damage.[2]  It also used by the body to create creatine, for building bigger muscles.[3] It is the main amino acid in collagen, which is the building block of your hair, skin, tendons, cartilage and nails.[4] Glycine can reduce the harmful effects of alcohol on your liver by preventing inflammation and improving the recovery process in recovering alcoholics. It prevents the accumulation of a compound that in high amounts has been linked to atherosclerosis, the hardening and narrowing of the arteries. It may also improve your body’s ability to use nitric oxide.[5] It may reduce muscle wasting, such as during cancer treatments.

A natural way to help with sleep issues?

Glycine is especially helpful for people with sleep issues.  Research has shown that it is a great, non-prescription way to decrease how long it takes to fall asleep, enhance sleep quality, lessen daytime sleepiness, and improve memory.[6]

How much should I take?

Recommended maximum dosage of Glycine is 500mg per day for most adults, although higher doses have also proven safe.

ASP American Nutrition’s Pro Series BCAAs contains 500mg or Glycine per serving.

 

Citrulline Malate

What is Citrulline Malate?

Citrulline is an amino acid produced by the body and also found in some fruits and vegetables likes watermelon and cucumbers.

How does it work?

It plays an important role in exercise as part of the urea cycle, ridding your body of harmful compounds. Citrulline also helps widen your blood vessels, lower blood pressure, and increase blood flow.[7] It is also converted in the body to Arginine, which is converted into nitric-oxide, expanding your blood vessels for stronger pumps.

Citrulline can also increase growth hormone after exercising.[i]

Why do we combine Citrulline with Malic Acid? 

Citrulline supplements come in two forms: Citrulline, by itself, and Citrulline combined with Malic Acid (Citrulline Malate). We prefer this form of the supplement because it increases nitric-oxide, which increases blood flow allowing for greater pumps, and is thought to increase nutrient delivery to the cells and clear waste products that are related to fatigue, decreasing muscle soreness after a good workout.

How much should I take?

The recommended dosage of Citrulline Malate supplements for weight training is 8g/day.[8]

ASP American Nutrition’s Pro Series BCAAS contains 6g of Citrulline Malate per serving. When combined with our Pro-Series Pre-workout, you are getting the full recommended dose of Citrulline Malate for workouts.

 

HMB  

What is HMB?

HMB, or beta-hydroxy-methylburate, is produced when the body breaks down leucine. It helps reduce muscle protein breakdown, helping you achieve your goals more quickly than not taking it.  HMB is produced in the body, but it can be found in grapefruit, fish and alfalfa in small quantities.  Supplementing with HMB is the best way to achieve an effective dosage.

What does HMB do?

HMB has been studied quite a bit in bodybuilding. In one research group, men who took HMB while working out v those who did not, the amount of weight bench pressed after 7 weeks increased 15 pounds in the group who supplemented with HMB v 5 pounds for the group who did not supplement.[9]  Other professional bodybuilders will supplement HMB with creatine during the last few weeks of cutting with an average of double the amount of lean body mass gained and fat lost.

How much should I take?

Recommended maximum dosage of HMB is 500mg per day for most adults. Bodybuilders may use up to 8g a day on training days, combined with creatine for the best results.

ASP American Nutrition’s Pro Series BCAAs contains 400mg or HMB per serving.

 

Glutamine  

What is Glutamine? 

Glutamine is an amino acid that is the most prevalent in our bodies. It makes up 35% of the nitrogen in our blood.  It is found in both plant and animal proteins, such as meat, seafood, milk, nuts, eggs, cabbage and beans.

What does Glutamine do?

Helps heal a leaky gut & reduce inflammation, repair ulcers, improve brain health, grow muscles, decrease exercise recovery times, increase your immune system, protect against stress, and promote heart health.[10]

How much should I take?

Recommended dosage of Glutamine for bodybuilding is 5g up to 3x per day.

ASP American Nutrition’s Pro Series BCAAs contains 3g or Glutamine per serving.

 

[1] Patients who take arginine after a heart attack may increase their risk of dying. It can also worsen allergies or asthma. Possible interactions include anticoagulants and anti-platelet drugs, blood pressure drugs, diabetes drugs, nitrates, diuretics, or erectile dysfunction drugs. www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements-l-arginine/art-20364681
[2] www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5855430
[3] www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/263269.php
[4] The Connection Between Glycine and Sleep. https://thesleepdoctor.com/2018/07/23/understanding-glycine
[5] [www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20499249
[6] Subjective Effects of Glycine Ingestion Before Bedtime on Sleep Quality.  https://link.springer.com/article/10.1111/j.1479-8425.2006.00193.x (July 28, 2016).
[7] How to Use L Arginine & Citrulline for High Blood Pressure.  www.livestrong.com/article/416822-how-to-use-l-arginine-l-citrulline-for-high-blood-pressure
[8] This supplement may not be appropriate for everyone and may interact with medications you are taking.
[9] Effects of Beta-Hydroxy-Beta-Methylbutyrate (HMB) on Exercise Performance and Body Composition Across Varying Levels of Age, Sex, and Training Experience: A Review. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2245953
[10] The Top 9 Science-Backed L-glutamine Benefits (Leaky Gut Repairer) https://happymammoth.co/l-glutamine-benefits