PRIMEVAL LABS EAA MAX
EAA Max is your all day, every day amino acid supplement, specifically formulated to supply your body with all of the essential amino acids (EAAs) needed to build, repair, and maintain muscle.*
EAA Max is stimulant-free and can be taken before, during, or after your workout to support muscle building and protect against muscle breakdown.* EAA Max can also be consumed any other time of day, or used as a low calorie snack between meals to promote anabolism. Available in 8 mouthwatering flavors, EAA Max offers a versatile, nutritious option to support your athletic lifestyle.*
EAA MAX AT A GLANCE
- Full Essential Amino Acid Profile
- Includes 5g BCAA using research-backed 2:1:1 ratio
- Electrolyte and Hydration Support*
- Muscular Energy and Nutrient Delivery Matrix*
- Transparent Dosing
- NO Artificial Flavors
- NO Ace-K
WHY USE EAA OVER BCAA?
For years, BCAA supplements ruled the amino acid category, touting high amounts of leucine, delicious flavoring, and the prospect of enhanced muscle protein synthesis.* But, here’s the dirty little secret left out of the BCAA hype -- they don’t provide your muscles with all of the "building blocks" required to build muscle protein.*
In a sense, supplementing with BCAA is akin to fielding a football team with only 6 of its 11 players. While it’s a decent option, it’s not as good as it could be. To fully support the requirements of protein synthesis, you need all nine essential amino acids, and that’s precisely what you should demand from your amino acid product.
EAA MAX UP-CLOSE
EAA Max provides the full spectrum of essential amino acids, including 5g of 2:1:1 BCAA, to maximize muscle protein synthesis, support recovery, reduce DOMS and guard against muscle breakdown during training.*
Also included in every serving of EAA Max are valuable electrolytes to optimize hydration and refuel mineral stores as well as a Muscular Energy & Nutrient Delivery Matrix to facilitate amino acid uptake and utilization.*
Here’s more on the benefits of the essential amino acids:
The undisputed “king” of the amino acids, leucine serves as the catalyst that flips the switch on muscle protein synthesis, leading to muscle repair, recovery, and growth.*
Leucine’s “little brother”, isoleucine also can stimulate protein synthesis, but not to the same degree as its big brother. Isoleucine also enhances glucose utilization during exercise, allowing for better energy production.*
The final member of the BCAA triumvirate, valine supports energy conversion and glycogen synthesis in muscle tissue. But equally important is its ability to boost endurance and delay the onset of fatigue due to valine "blocking out" tryptophan from uptake into the brain. Valine and Tryptophan compete for the same receptor, with valine winning easily. As a result, tryptophan cannot enter the brain and be converted into serotonin which ultimately offsets fatigue.*
Complementing the three BCAA are the other six essential amino acids needed to synthesize muscle protein. Among these essential amino acids are lysine, threonine, phenylalanine, tryptophan, histidine, and methionine. In addition to their role in supporting protein synthesis, the EAA also serve a critical role in cell repair, energy production, digestion, and neurotransmitter synthesis.* They also help protect against unwanted muscle breakdown, which can occur during intense training.*
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