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Amino Acid Tablets from H&B

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2007/06/11 15:13:39 (permalink)

Amino Acid Tablets from H&B

My friend has given me a tub of tablets from holand and barrets.
As per usual with h&b the instructions they arent that detailed.
It says to take 2-3 tablets after a work out / meal.
Says they are the building blocks of protein.
Can anyone explain how these will benifit me and when would be the best time to take them?
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    Fray16
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    RE: Amino Acid Tablets from H&B 2007/06/11 19:11:21 (permalink)
    Yea sure there the building blocks of protein?
    But how much of each amino acid is in each tablet?
    Really the Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA's) are what you should be taking?
    In fact, I doubt you'd even need them except PWO.
    I say this because if you had a proper diet you wouldn't need to supplement.
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    kerr616
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    RE: Amino Acid Tablets from H&B 2007/06/11 19:16:11 (permalink)
    i bought weider ones from h&b and got kicked to fcuk on here and old to stop them immidiately

    BCAA's are obtained from protein shakes, these should be enough
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    RE: Amino Acid Tablets from H&B 2007/06/11 19:25:50 (permalink)
    Absolutely no need to supplement with amino acids pills if your diet is sufficiently high in protein which it should be if muscle gain is your aim.

    I hold the brand mentioned in particularly low regard due to poor formulaton and poor digestibility (they are like bloody bullets and I'm sure if you were to swallow one of these right now, if they were to perform an autopsy on you in 60 years time they'd still find it intact in your stomach!!)

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