I never thought this day would come, but the Essential Amino Acids is the FIRST (and ONLY) Muscle Feast product that I'm not completely satisfied with. I've been a MF customer for over 2 years and during that time I have purchased the HF Whey Protein Isolate, HF Premium Protein Blend, Oats & Isolate Protein, Whole Oat Powder, CarboLean, Creapure Creatine, and most recently, the Essential Amino Acids. I've been taking the EAA as an intra-workout supplement for the past 4 months, and quite honestly, I'm not seeing any appreciable results in terms of muscle mass, strength gains, or post-workout soreness reduction. Also, while I've adding the EAAs to my daily supplements, I haven't relied on it exclusively. I always still take a 50/50 mix of the HF Premium Protein Blend + Whole Oat Powder on both my on and off days. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Anyone have any advice? Thanks.
I use one serving of MF EAAs with one packet of Emergen-C as my intra-workout & it seems to keep me going. Been buying MF products since 2010 because of quality, price, & service!
Love everything about this product so far. It digests easily, I feel great during my workouts, and the unflavored tastes great when mixed with MuscleFeast Hydration!
Both work great as a pre and post workout.
Love the flavor and the hat is dope
Muscle Feast Essentials w/ PoolEAATM is designed to:
Supports "amino acid pooling."
Decrease post-exercise soreness
Stimulate muscle growth
Assist in maintaining lean mass during periods of calorie restriction
What are Essential Amino Acids?
Essential amino acids are amino acids (building blocks of protein) that cannot be made by the body. As a result, they must come from food. The nine essential amino acids are histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, and valine.
The proper dosage depends on a variety of factors – body weight, activity level, lifestyle stress, overall health, and diet. There are no established daily recommendations for this supplement. As a dietary supplement, take 10-15 grams per 100 pounds of body weight per day.
Any Side Effects?
There have not been any reported side effects with essential amino acids: excess essential amino acids are usually converted to other amino acids or peptides, used up as energy, or stored up as fat. However, if you have liver or kidney disease, you should not take in high doses of amino acids without asking your doctor. You must always speak to a knowledgeable healthcare provider before taking any dietary supplements.
Pregnant and nursing women should only take amino acids without consulting a physician.
Available in 4 - 300g flavor options:
Blue Ice Pop, Green Apple, Tangerine, and Watermelon
Mix into water or your favorite beverage 1-3 times daily, or as directed by your physician. Mix for 20-30 seconds using a shaker cup or mix thoroughly with a spoon.