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Amino Acid (peptide bonded)

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antoniomt_2000
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2007/06/15 18:37:33 (permalink)
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Amino Acid (peptide bonded)

Anyone know where I can find the cheapest?

powder form would be better, but capsules would be just as good (vcaps).

cheers

-Anth


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    James
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    RE: Amino Acid (peptide bonded) 2007/06/16 20:39:10 (permalink)
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    Extreme Aminos are peptide bonded IIRC
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    RE: Amino Acid (peptide bonded) 2007/06/17 22:35:34 (permalink)
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    can you please tell me the difference between peptide bonded amino's and normal amino's?
    post edited by Adil - 2007/06/17 22:36:00
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    RE: Amino Acid (peptide bonded) 2007/06/18 16:55:03 (permalink)
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    I would say they were similiar to hydrolized whey vs normal whey. Peptide bonded would have some of their peptide bonds changed so they are absorbed by the body better. (I think?).

    Better than normal aminos maybe, worth extra money? Some would yes and some would say no
    post edited by Will8801 - 2007/06/18 20:49:48

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    RE: Amino Acid (peptide bonded) 2007/06/19 13:22:36 (permalink)
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    This article is relevant: http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/newsletter-0303.aspx

    Peptide bonded will utilise both absorption mechanisms, whereas free form will only utilise one method
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    RE: Amino Acid (peptide bonded) 2007/06/19 18:28:29 (permalink)
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    thanks
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    RE: Amino Acid (peptide bonded) 2007/06/19 18:40:04 (permalink)
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    Whats the advantage to these over BCAA's?
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    RE: Amino Acid (peptide bonded) 2007/06/20 14:46:47 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: stevie1977

    Whats the advantage to these over BCAA's?

    BCAAs are included - they are but 3 out of 20 in total
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