BEVERLY INTERNATIONAL MASS AMINOS
Make your muscle fuller, harder, leaner, and stronger with this rare supplement technology!
This one-of-a-kind formula is a valuable aid for building and preserving muscle. Bodybuilders, powerlifters, weekend warriors, collegiate athletes, and everyday fitness enthusiasts of all ages report gaining muscle and getting leaner when using Mass Amino Acids tablets as directed.
Beverly International's Mass Amino Acid Tablets - the most effective form of protein supplementation available for increasing nitrogen retention and lean mass.
What: Each Mass tablet contains hydrolyzed casein peptides. This means that Mass is made up of naturally occurring amino acids found in milk which have been partially digested to make them easier for humans to absorb. This process also destroys any allergenic properties associated with milk protein. There are 500 tablets per bottle.
Who: Athletes who want to increase muscle size and strength. Since Mass is produced from pure protein, it is free of fats, carbohydrates or any food additives so it is ideal for people who are on restricted diets. Anyone who is lifting weights will benefit from Mass.
Why: Mass Amino Acid Tablets are a rapid absorbing, pre digested protein source that acts almost like a trigger to force muscular gains. Taken before, during and after training it puts your body into a positive nitrogen balance (Positive Nitrogen Balance = Muscle Growth).
Taken with meals, Mass maximizes the amino acid profile of your whole food so you can squeeze more muscle building nutrition out of the foods you eat.
How: For maximum results take a daily allotment of 1 tablet per every 10lbs of bodyweight. Mass Aminos can be taken with meals (including shakes) or the full allotment during training as an advanced method for muscle mass gains.
Example: 180lb person would take 18 tablets a day over 6 meals or 3 per meal.
THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED BY THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, TREAT, CURE OR PREVENT ANY DISEASE.