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What is EAA powder?

EAA powder, or essential amino acid powder, is a supplement made up of 9 essential amino acids. There are more than 20 amino acids currently in existence, some however, can be synthesized naturally by the body, whilst others cannot. The human body requires amino acids to perform all kinds of functions and internal processes, yet as mentioned, some can be synthesized naturally. These are known as non-essential amino acids. Essential amino acids are amino acids which are required by the body, yet they cannot be produced naturally, so they must be provided in dietary form instead. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein molecules, and they are essential for anybody looking to build and maintain lean muscle mass, as well as for anybody looking to simply enjoy optimal health and well-being. Essential amino acid powder is made up of the following 9 essential amino acids:


Histidine is an essential amino acid that is involved in a whole variety of metabolic processes within the human body. It provides countless benefits for the user, although primarily, this amino acid is used by people dealing with joint issues and allergic reactions. Histidine has been found to potentially have alleviating effects against arthritis, and allergies. It has even been found to potentially help treat anaemia and ulcers.


Isoleucine, whilst being an essential amino acid, is one of three branch chain amino acids, or BCAAs, and as a result, it is a very popular sports and bodybuilding supplement. Isoleucine has been found to enhance endurance, to assist with blood clotting and injury healing, and to help repair damaged and worn muscle tissue.


Leucine is the second BCAA contained in EAA powder, and for anybody looking to bulk up, build muscle, and repair their muscles after strenuous activity, this is the perfect amino acid. Studies have found that leucine helps to initiate protein synthesis following a workout almost instantaneously, and what’s more, it has been found to be more potent than other aminos, and therefore it helps to encourage the body to synthesize more muscle proteins, following a workout. It also helps to stimulate insulin sensitivity, which helps to regulate hormones and can help to control body fat percentages.


Lysine is another essential amino acid that plays a key role in tissue repair and growth, but what’s more, it has been found to have very beneficial effects on a person’s immune system. Studies have found that lysine can help to promote the production of anti-bodies within the body, which strengthen the immune system and provide a whole host of benefits for a person’s health and well-being. It also helps to strengthen the bones as it improves calcium uptake, so conditions such as osteoporosis, and brittle bone disease, can be avoided.


This amino acid, whilst providing stimulating effects on protein synthesis levels, is best known for its mental health-healing abilities. Phenylalanine is an amino acid that boosts brain health and function and can potentially help to treat and prevent conditions such as depression, stress, and anxiety. The body utilizes phenylalanine to produce chemical messengers and receptors in the brain, that help to produce feel-good hormones that promote feelings of relaxation and happiness.


This amino acid is best described as being a proteinogenic amino acid, that actually is being included in more and more fat burning supplements nowadays, due to the fact that it has been found to provide fat dissolving properties once consumed. It also helps to prevent visceral fat build ups, helping to keep major organs, including the liver, a great deal healthier. On top of that, this amino acid plays a crucial role in the formation of cartilage, helping to keep the joints healthy and working effectively. It has even been found to boost keratin productions, and therefore, it can help keep the nails healthy, plus it can prevent hair loss.


Tryptophan is an amino acid that also plays a key role in a person’s mental health and well-being, as it functions as a precursor for serotonin production. Serotonin is a hormonal neurotransmitter which improves our mood, it promotes a good night’s sleep, and it generally makes us feel happier and more confident. The body naturally uses this amino acid and converts it into B vitamins, which are then used to produce serotonin. Tryptophan is found in many meat and dairy-based products, especially turkey, and it is widely believed to be the reason why so many of us feel so tired after eating Christmas or Thanksgiving turkey.


Threonine is another essential amino acid that has a beneficial effect on the human nervous system, and it has been found to potentially provide a level of protection against neurological conditions such as ALS, and MS. When consumed, the body converts threonine to a compound known as glycine, which is then utilized via the brain, to help to reduce muscle contractions and spasms. For workout purposes, this is also very useful, as it can prevent painful muscle cramps, and it can alleviate DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) after you train.


And finally, the last of our 9 essential amino acids is the last of our three BCAAs – valine. Valine provides stimulating properties and is essential for the repair and growth of muscle tissue. When combined with leucine and isoleucine, the other BCAAs, valine comprises of more than 70% of the amino acids found within the proteins of the human body. Studies have also linked low valine levels with impaired cognitive function, making it beneficial for the brain as well.

How does it work?

So, now that we know which amino acids are found in this EAA blend, how exactly does the supplement work? Well, to be perfectly honest, if we were to list each single way in which EAA powder worked, we’d be here all day, so instead, we’ll try to touch upon the main key points, as it were. EAA powder contains essential amino acids that the human body needs but cannot naturally produce on its own. These amino acids would ordinarily have to come from whole food sources, but that would take forever, because different foods contain different aminos. This EAA blend however, gives you everything you need, all in one. For bodybuilding and athletic purposes, EAA powder is ideal because it contains amino acids that play vital roles in protein synthesis, which basically means that they help the body to create new muscle proteins and tissues to repair worn down and damaged ones following a workout. There are also several amino acids present that have been proven to improve cognitive function and mental health, meaning that they strengthen and boost the brain’s health and power, whilst improving the user’s mental health and helping to protect against conditions such as stress and depression. Finally, there are also general health and well-being benefits, as there are amino acids present that strengthen the immune system and help increase antibody productions, as well as providing general health and wellness benefits for other major organs in the body. There are even amino acids in this EAA blend that will boost the metabolism, increase energy levels, and help to burn off increased levels of body fat to those that would normally be burnt off.

What are the benefits of EAA supplementation?

Some of the primary benefits associated with using this EAA powder supplement include the following:

Muscle growth

Amino acids are the building blocks of protein molecules, and as protein is vital for the growth and repair of muscle tissue, obviously ensuring you are getting enough amino acids is going to help you to increase your muscle mass and strength levels.


As mentioned, these amino acids are known as ‘essential’ amino acids, since the body needs them, but it cannot synthesize them by itself. This means that they need to come from dietary and supplementary forms but trying to do this individually to get all 9 aminos would prove very costly, and very time-consuming, as different foods and supplements contain different acids. EAA powder, however, combines all 9 amino acids in one, so one serving will give you everything you require.

Improved mental health

Many of the amino acids contained in this supplement have been proven to provide substantial mental health benefits to the user, helping to improve cognitive function, as well as simultaneously providing effects which could potentially help to treat and protect against mental health disorders such as stress and depression. Put simply, the EAAs contained in this product will potentially make your brain healthier and will make you feel happier and more content.

Improved general health and well-being

Many of the amino acids in this supplement have also been found to boost the immune system and immune function, and to help provide other benefits to a person’s health and well-being, by potentially treating and preventing certain illnesses and diseases. For people looking to boost their health and well-being, this supplement is ideal.

Other benefits include:

· Stronger immune system

· Increased muscle mass

· Enhanced rates of recovery

· Improved mental health

· Better night’s sleep

· Healthier joints

· Stronger joints

· Stronger bones

· Improved calcium absorption

· Enhanced rates of hormone regulation

· Increased energy levels

· Improved cognitive function

· Better short and long-term memory

· Healthier brain

· Healthier organs

· Promotes fat loss

· Faster and more efficient metabolism

· Improved rates of nutrient absorption

· Anti-inflammatory benefits

· Improved athletic ability

· Increased levels of strength and power

· Convenient

· The best quality ingredients

· Rapid rates of absorption

· And more…

How and when it should be consumed

Health Canada Recommended Dose (scoop): Adults: 1 Scoop(s) 1 time(s) per day. Mix product well in 1-2 cups of liquid (water, juice, etc.) immediately before consumption. Store in a cool, dry place.

What can it be stacked with?

Whilst EAA powder supplements are primarily used for bodybuilding and athletic purposes, some do prefer to use them to get the health benefits from them. If this applies to you, simply combine them with a fish oil supplement and a multi-vitamin, and you’re all set. For a bodybuilding stack that is guaranteed to help you pile on the muscle mass however, the following stack works extremely well: EAA powder, pre-workout powder, whey protein, creatine monohydrate, dextrose, l-glutamine, a multi-vitamin, and casein protein.

EAA Powder Ingredients

Ingredients Per Scoop

Medicinal Ingredients (per scoop):
L-Leucine …………………… 1824 Milligrams
L-Lysine ……………………. 3000 Milligrams
L-Valine ……………………. 1194 Milligrams
L-Threonine ………………….. 301 Milligrams
L-Isoleucine ………………… 1065 Milligrams
L-Methionine ………………… 1000 Milligrams
L-Phenylalanine ………………. 339 Milligrams
L-Histidine ………………….. 220 Milligrams
L-Tryptophan …………………. 220 Milligrams

Blue Raspberry

Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Citric acid, Natural & Artificial Flavour, Malic Acid, Silicon Dioxide, Sucralose, FD&C Blue No. 1.


Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Citric acid, Natural & Artificial Flavour, Malic Acid, Silicon Dioxide, Sucralose, FD&C Yellow No. 6.


Non-Medicinal Ingredients: None.


Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Citric acid, Natural & Artificial Flavour, Malic Acid, Silicon Dioxide, Sucralose, FD&C Red No. 40.

Potential side effects

As is the case with all new supplements, always consult your doctor before using any new products, and discontinue usage if you experience any adverse side effects, no matter how small or insignificant they may be to you. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should not use this product, as not enough is yet known about its safety in these circumstances. Although hugely beneficial, and essential for optimal health and well-being, some users have experienced adverse side effects with EAA powder supplements, especially when the recommended daily intake was exceeded. To ensure this never happens to you, make sure you never consume more than instructed to do so by the nutritional packaging. Here are some potential side effects that you may encounter when using this supplement:

· Headache

· Nausea

· Dizzy spells

· Tingling

· Diarrhea

· Constipation

· Sweating

· Hot and cold flushes

· Palpitations

· Stomach pain

· Stomach cramp

· Insomnia

· Lethargy

· Restless leg syndrome


Caution: Not intended for children, pregnant, or breastfeeding women. Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use. Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you have health conditions. Store in a cool dry place away from children. Do not use if seal is broken.

Allergen warnings

Allergy Statement: This product is made in a facility that handles milk products, gluten, shellfish, soy, peanuts, and other tree nuts.

Disclaimer: The above description does not constitute medical advice and is for informational purposes only and has not been evaluated by Health Canada, CFIA, or FDA. Please consult a properly licensed medical professional before consuming nutritional supplements. This product is not intended to treat, diagnose, or cure any disease.



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