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  • Description

    Shipping starts from the 2nd week of March 2024.

    Look good, feel good, strong & powerful with all 9 essential amino acids (EAAs) including branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) with the power of Creapure® Creatine, Glycine & AAKG in clinically studied dosages. 


    Drink iThrive Essentials  EAA - Protein Support every day to:

    • Helps build muscle mass
    • Helps boost cognitive function
    • Helps facilitate muscle recovery
    • Helps increase energy levels

    What are essential amino acids (EAAs) and why are they so fundamental for fitness?


    Amino acids make up over half of your body's solid mass, forming the proteins that make up your muscles, organs, hair, skin, and nails.

    These proteins are constantly breaking down and rebuilding (with some amino acids being lost in the process). In order for your vital organs to rebuild, muscle is broken down to supply them with amino acids.

    To rebuild and maintain muscle, you must consume essential amino acids (EAAs) to replenish and avoid this breakdown.

    iThrive Essentials EAA - Protein Support is 100% pure EAAs including branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) with the power of Creapure® Creatine, Glycine & AAKG in clinically studied ratios proven to naturally boost energy, improve cognitive performance, build lean muscle, and enhance athletic recovery.*

    That's why iThrive Essentials EAA - Protein Support is fundamental for fitness.


    iThrive Essentials EAA - Protein Support is Sugar-free, Additives/preservatives-free, Vegan, non-GMO, Soy-free, and Gluten-free.


    Amino Acids are okay! But what's the role of Creatine, glycine & AAKG in Everyday Aminos?


    We have added 2.5 gm of Creapure Creatine Monohydrate which is the most purest form of creatine that contains up to 99.99% creatine. Creatine is among the most well-studied and effective supplements for improving exercise performance. It does this mainly by increasing energy availability during high-intensity activity. Creatine also provides cognitive and mental health benefits when taken apart from workouts.

    Glycine is included because we simply need it in higher quantities because of a lot of important functions it plays in the body. Glycine is a conditionally essential amino acid with a number of important functions in the body. Glycine acts as a neurotransmitter, a component of collagen, and as a precursor to various biomolecules (e.g., creatine, heme), among other roles.


    AAKG (Arginine Alpha-ketoglutarate) is included for superior amino acid absorption and bioavailability.

    How will it taste?

    Because it doesn't have any sweetener, masker, or flavor, it might taste bitter (As amino acids are bitter in taste). We would suggest using it in smoothies or shakes if you don't like the taste. People who have insulin resistance or blood sugar issues should consume it in plain water to get additional blood sugar control benefits.

    Does Not Contain: Wheat, gluten, yeast, soy protein, dairy products, fish, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, ingredients derived from genetically modified organisms (GMOs), artificial colors, artificial sweeteners, or artificial preservatives. 


    Suggested Use: Dissolve 1 sachet (11 gm) into 200-300 ml of room temperature water/fruit juice/smoothie of your choice & consume 1-2 times daily between meals, post-workout or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner. 


  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Here to address common questions and concerns, providing clear and informative answers to enhance customer understanding and confidence in the product.

    Essentials FAQs
  • Essential Amino Acids

    • Which Foods Are OK To Consume With Aminos?

      EAA - Protein Support can be taken with any type of food, or on an empty stomach. The only type of food you should be mindful of taking EAA with is a complete protein. This is because EAAs already contain the active components of protein (essential amino acids) and you would not get much-added benefit from taking EAAs if your protein intake for a particular meal is adequate.

    • How Is Aminos Different From Whey Protein?

      Essential amino acids are the active components of protein. The reason we eat protein is to supply our body with the amino acids it needs to create its own proteins, repair damaged proteins, and build and repair muscle. When assessing the quality of a particular protein source, it’s helpful to consider three questions: 1) How digestible is the protein? 2) How many total EAAs does it have?, and 3) What are the proportions of those EAAS? Aminos is extremely digestible because it is rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream, whereas protein from food needs to be broken down and digested much more slowly. Aminos contains 100% EAAs, whereas even high-quality proteins contain only about 45% EAAs. (Most lower quality and plant proteins contain significantly fewer EAAs.) Finally, the proportions of EAAs in Aminos were meticulously calculated using over 20 years of the best clinical research on amino acids. It is for all these reasons that Aminos triggers MPS to an even greater degree (at least 3x more) than whole food proteins. However, Aminos is not meant to replace whole food protein sources altogether, but to supplement the body’s need for EAAs.

    • Can I Take Aminos When I’m Not Working Out?

      Yes. EAAs can be taken at any time and are especially important to take when your body’s demand for essential amino acids (EAAs) has increased. This can include periods of fasting or times when you aren’t getting enough EAAs from your diet, such as with a low-protein meal or in between meals.

    • Is EAA Hard On The Kidneys?

      There is no evidence to suggest that taking Aminos would have a negative effect on one’s kidneys. In fact, because taking Aminos allows your body to reuse NEAAs (rather than digest new NEAAs from whole food protein sources) urea production by the liver is reduced, thus easing the burden on the kidneys to excrete additional urea and ammonia.

    • Is It OK To Take EAAs In Hot Water?

      While it is true that exposure to heat can potentially "denature" a protein, this is often in reference to an "intact" protein wherein multiple chains of amino acids are bonded by peptides to form the final protein. However, this does not necessarily apply to isolated amino acids, as being isolated they are not necessarily bonded together in the same manner as they would be in an actual protein. If this your preferred method of taking iThrive Essential Aminos, we say go ahead, as the amino acids themselves will still be absorbed.

    • Will EAA Help With Sleep?

      Aminos doesn’t contain ingredients that should interfere with sleep, but it was formulated to support fitness—specifically energy, muscle, and recovery. EAA contains only 100 mg of tryptophan per serving, an amount unlikely to have an effect on sleep. For sleep support, we recommend iThrive Essentials Sleep Support, which contains a clinically proven dose of Valerian, Hops & black cumin seed extract, along with many others. If your goal is to use Aminos before bed for muscle maintenance while you sleep, it can be used before bedtime, but should not be taken within 3 hours of taking Kion Sleep. This is because Aminos contains a high level of leucine, which has the potential to compete with tryptophan for the same pathways.

    • How Do Aminos Give You Energy Without Caffeine?

      Essential amino acids naturally boost energy, without caffeine or other stimulants, in five very important ways: By supporting the development of new mitochondria and the quality of existing mitochondria for improved overall energy production. Similar to fasting, caloric restriction, and exercise, EAAs stimulate the eNOS-PGC-1a-mediated mitochondrial renewal mechanisms. By assuring efficient energy production by supporting mitochondrial biogenesis, dynamics, and clearance of damaged mitochondria by mitophagy. By providing direct sources of energy in the form of fatty acids or ketone bodies. Specific amino acids can be catabolized to acetyl-CoA or acetoacetate and lead to the production of fatty acids or ketone bodies. By preventing muscle fatigue by reducing the amount of muscle breakdown. When we have all 9 EAAs circulating in our bloodstream, there is no need for EAAs to be pulled from our muscle. By reducing mental fatigue based on the central fatigue hypothesis. Three of the EAAs, leucine, isoleucine, and valine, are thought to counteract the increase of 5-HTP in the brain and its subsequent increased production of serotonin. It is also postulated that these three EAAs in particular may increase the amounts of other novel excitatory neurotransmitters.

    • Can Kids Take Aminos?

      Essential amino acids, from whole food protein sources or EAA supplements, are necessary for healthy growth and development. Aminos may be an option for supplementing meals low in protein and may be helpful for diets lacking sufficient EAAs for kids above 5 years. However, you should consult a health care practitioner prior to use of the product when supplementing to kids.

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