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. 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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