Amino Load Review
What You Should Know
Before jumping into that next athletic competition, you need to load up on amino acids so your muscles are preserved and you can perform at peak levels, right? Some athletes require amino supplementation, but not all require a loading supplement like Amino Load. The term load means supplying massive amounts of a supplement in a short period to boost storage in the body. This supplement combines sugars like maltodextrin, dextrose and fructose with amino acids, so the dieter is taking pure sugar and aminos. There are no weight loss benefits associated with sugar supplementation. Dieters may gain weight after taking this supplement if they are not performing intense exercise to burn off the extra calories.
List of Ingredients
Maltodextrin, Dextrose Monohydrate, Fructose, L-Phenylalanine, L-Leucine, L-Lysine, L-Valine, L-
Threonine, L-Isoleucine, L-Methionine, L-Arginine, L-Histidine, L-Tyrosine, L-Cysteine and L-Tryptophan.
Amino Load by All Sports is designed as an after-competition shake. The shake supplies all the carbohydrates the athlete needs to replenish lost carbohydrates. The body uses carbohydrates as the first source of fuel. During long and intense competition, the body can deplete carbohydrate stores in a matter of hours, leaving the body to feed on muscle for fuel. Amino Load instantly supplies the carbohydrates needed for recovery, but there is a catch. The body can only store 400 grams of carbohydrates at any given time. If the athlete takes in more than 400 grams of carbohydrates, the rest is stored for later use as fat.
One serving of amino load packs in 92 grams of carbohydrates. This is nowhere near the 400 grams the body can store, but it is more than the average dieter burns in a workout. For extreme athletes, this shake mix is perfect for immediately following competition, before they can eat a carbohydrate rich meal. Meals should contain complex carbohydrates with fiber, vitamins and other nutrients.
- Amino load contains all the amino acids and carbohydrates the athlete needs immediately after competition.
- Contains no fat and only a small amount of protein.
- May prevent muscle from wasting.
- Not designed for dieting.
- Will cause weight gain for the average dieter.
- May not mix well in water.
Amino acids are the building blocks of muscle, but they are also the small bits of protein that protect muscle from wasting after intense exercise. Amino Load offers carbohydrates and amino acids, everything the muscle needs to recovery after competition.
If a dieter is looking for a meal replacement shake, this is not the ideal product. The empty carbohydrates in this shake mix offer no vitamins or nutrients. The empty carbohydrates will likely cause an unsafe rise and fall in glucose levels. Diabetics should not use this shake mix.