Mutant BCAA 9.7


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Mutant BCAA 9.7

Mutant BCAAs are more than just normal BCAAs, they’re made with added ingredients to boost protein synthesis and absorption. Improving recovery and performance. Decreases fatigue, boosts strength!  Added electrolytes for hydration. Remember, you body cannot produce BCAAs on its own. Therefore, supplementation is necessary to elevate fitness game!  THE MUTANT WAY


Mutant BCAA Benefits:
  • 7 grams of fully instantized BCAA blend
  • 8 added electrolytes for muscle hydration
  • A patented absorption accelerator
  • Increased recovery, greater performance
  • Lessens fatigue, supports muscle growth
  • Great tasting flavors


Mutant BCAA Ingredient Breakdown:

L-Leucine - crucial amino acid believed to boost strength & endurance. Improving recovery

L-Valine - improves cognitive functioning, supporting healthy immune system

L-Isoleucine - normalizes glucose usage during intense exercise. Increases energy production

Taurine - helps with overall health and wellness

L-Glutamine - prevents muscle wasting and breakdown after exercise

L-Arginine -  stimulates blood flow & circulation

L-Tyrosine ­­­- raises mental focus and drive


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