Best Aminos is set to be BPIs latest energy and amino acid supplement, which is an interesting niche that seems to be gaining a lot of traction among the fitness community.

Having an energy-boosting supplement spiked with muscle-building ingredients is definitely appealing to me, so I looked in to BPI Best Aminos to see if it is worth waiting for.

How Are the Ingredients?

BPI Best Aminos’ ingredient profile looks well-balanced, featuring some pretty decent ingredients. There are a couple matrices within BPI Best Aminos.

It features a High-Performance Electrolyte and Hydration Matrix that includes ingredients like calcium, phosphorus, potassium, and sodium. This matrix helps combat exercise-induced performance decline as a result of dehydration.

BPI Best Aminos includes Oligopeptide-Enzymatic Technology branched-chain amino acids l-leucine, l-isoleucine, and l-valine. BCAAs are designed to support muscle recovery and also help support muscle protein synthesis. This can positively affect muscle soreness so you can keep your workouts intense.

Liposomal Energy & Focus Matrix is a proprietary blend that features several energy-boosting ingredients in the form of green tea extract, black tea extract, and l-carnitine. These ingredients are designed to boost energy and also potentiate fat burn.

The last Oligopeptide-Enzymatic Technology ingredient features glycyl-alanyl-lysine-l-glutamine, too. This is a trademarked form of glutamine, and glutamine is often used by many to support post-workout recovery and also the immune system.

Flavor and Availability

As of right now, BPI Best Aminos hasn’t been released. However, from a little teaser image, we can see that BPI Best Aminos will at least come in a “Hurricane Orange” flavor.

As soon as BPI Best Aminos is released, I’ll update this review with pricing, flavor, and do a full review of the product. So, keep checking back!



About The Author

Brian E.

Brian E. is from southern California and has worked for names like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe as a supplement expert and consultant. He currently lives in Utah and is studying marketing.

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