Amino Acids vs. Protein Powders
Impact Protein for More Muscle
Scott H. Mendelson, Managing Director, Infinity Fitness LLC
a 2 fold increase of your net protein intake will double your rate of
muscle growth; however, this has been only a dream until now.
body can only make full use of amino acids if these three problems are
Amino acids are the key
tool for accelerating muscle
Form Aminos double your net protein intake with minimal additional
calories and capitalize on the rapid availability of amino acids
exploding into your muscles.
friend, Eric Serrano MD, has dedicated a large part of his medical practice
to identifying the best sources and protocols for protein consumption to
help his patients achieve unparalleled results and great health.
is not determined only by protein intake, but by how much you absorb and
utilize. Muscle Synthesis bypasses absorption limitations and is
100% anabolic on arrival” Dr. Eric Serrano MD
Consume More Protein?
Protein itself is beneficial, but the amino acids within are what muscles require to accelerate protein synthesis (muscle growth/repair). With this in mind, Dr. Serrano has always made it a top priority to determine how well different protein sources are utilized by the body.
example, some manufacturing processes of protein powders, cooking of
foods and the digestive process all get in the way of amino acid muscle
asked Dr. Serrano how much protein would be ideal for gaining maximum
lean muscle and to my surprise he said 3 even up to 4 g per pound.
That would be 600 to 800 grams for a 200 pound man!
we all know, people can’t spend all day in the kitchen, day after day,
which places limits on how much food can be consumed. Therefore, a
supplemental source of protein must be used to complement food intake.
Protein Fact: Cooking
temperatures will impact the net utilization of amino acids; well done
food is not a good idea if you want to fuel muscles with amino acids.
We do not advocate raw diets, but the longer you cook, the higher the
rate of protein denaturing.
Protein Powders Fall Short
powders were the logical choice for supplementing protein intake, but
they suffer short comings. It is hard to maintain the integrity
of amino acids during production due to heating and mixing techniques
that must be used for mass production.
Free Form Amino Acids - The Ultimate Protein Supplement
sources of Free Form Amino Acids are interpreted as real food by the
body and should be consumed to ensure adequate amino acid availability
for working muscles.
Synthesis is a refined free form amino acid complex containing the
specific ratios required for rapid absorption and accelerated rates of
muscle building. Muscle Synthesis bypasses digestion to ensure
rapid absorption and utilization of vital amino acids.
Putting Protein Sources to the Test
Dr. Serrano has had several clients follow a diet which included 2g of protein per lean pound of body weight consumed over 6 meals. They ate at least 3 square meals. Half of the subjects consumed shakes as snacks and the other half consumed real food. The group consuming real food as snacks gained the most muscle and lost the most fat.
Shockingly Great Results
next experiment phase involved using only the free form aminos between
meals - no shakes and no food in between meals. Over 6 weeks, we
saw people pack on 5 pounds of muscle in some cases and they were ripped
to the bone.
At first Dr. Serrano thought the reduction in calories helped to account for the rapid fat loss, but this came into question when a husband and wife came into his office to discuss their great results. He explained the reduction in calories helped reduce their body fat levels, when they looked at him like he was crazy.
showed Dr. Serrano his notes and he
Significant Reduction in Fat Mass with No Changes to Diet
Serrano replicated this experiment with other patients and discovered
that there must be a fat burning mechanism created by the Muscle
Synthesis between meals and before workouts. Again, following
hours in the library and lab we did find relevant research to support
the conclusion that free form amino acid supplementation between meals and pre/post workout
resulted in a significant reduction of fat mass without any other
changes to diet or exercise. (1)
Free Form Amino Acids - The Superior Source of Protein
back at these trials we contemplated how a
other product can compare to Muscle Synthesis as the free form amino
acids it contains are of the highest available quality. Slapping a bunch of ingredients together based on
their theoretical effectiveness during studies will not result in a good
The scientific ratio of amino acids discovered through years of research coupled with absorption technology exclusive to Muscle Synthesis makes it the most powerful amino acid formula in existence.
capsules are easy to use and can
Better yet, those who do not like taking capsules can twist open the caps and mix with water for the same great absorption ASAP
You have nothing to lose and Everything to Gain
Amino Loading between meals for just one month and you will experience
the amazing fat loss and muscle growth results for yourself. Amino
Loading is about the easiest thing you can do to quickly achieve your
goals, no shakes to mix, no cleaning blenders. Just some water and you are set to go!
Synthesis bypasses digestion, is delivered intact (no damage to amino
acids) and his rapidly absorbed faster than any other amino acid on the
Load by taking 5 to 10 Muscle
Synthesis between meals with a scoop of 100%
MR on an empty stomach to increase muscle growth and fat loss 24x7.
You will also notice an increased level of energy and reduced
importantly, consume pre-and-post-workout to saturate muscle fibers with
raw materials vital for growth. (30 minutes before workouts and
immediately following) with 2-4 scoops of 100%
MR for the best results.
researchers do not know this but certain amino acids will compete for
absorption and as a result you can be left with very expensive urine
instead of great absorption. It has taken many years to
determine which aminos clash, but we have done the work and are not
about to share these details with anyone.
1 Demura, S., et al. Perceptual Motor Skills 98 (3pt 1): 883-895, 2003
M.J, and KD Tipton, Protein and Amino acid metabolism during and after
exercise and the effects on nutrition. Ann. Rev Nutr.
of the statements within this article have been approved by the FDA