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  1. So after I've searched for many brands that are selling VEGAN amino acids supplements, and sent emails for them to confirm, here is what I found: \Does anyone have recommendations for one of these? MRM Are vegan - I asked about the BCAA's powder and got a yes answer, but from looking at the other products they produce - seems that they are as well. http://mrm-usa.com/products#!/~/category/id=1502411&inview=product6288421&offset=0&sort=normal Purple Wraath are vegan also https://www.controlledlabs.com/product_info.php?products_id=36 inner armour BCAA peak are also vegan http://www.innerarmour.com/products/bcaa-peak-30-serving SciVation: Xtend are vegan as well http://uk.bodybuilding.com/store/sv/xtend.html?&_requestid=6177166 Some of them contain glutamine - I wonder if it's better? Anyway I will be happy to hear opinions about witch seems to be better than the others.
  2. I found this product of BCAA's : does it seem ok? http://www.allmaxnutrition.com/products-type/aminocore/
  3. Seems it has increased alright, my partner who works out with me says he can really see a change but I have a feeling that It's not enough
  4. Ask for advice I am working out for the past year, and two months ago started going to the gym 5 times a week. I'm looking for a range of supplements that i should take in order to increase my muscle growth - and to plan when to take them (pre-post workout etc.) Protein: I take "sunwarrior" vegan-raw protein powder - pre & post workout (each serve is 16 grams of protein) here is it's amino acid profile of it: alanine 784, arginine 1091, aspartic acid 1456, cystine 384, glutamic acid 2754, glycine 504, histidine 358, isoleucine 933, leucine 1456, lyicine 819, methionine 368, phenylalanine 701, proline 976, serine 787, theronine 760, tryptophan 250, tyrosine 656, valine 963 Also I take creatine - pre & post my daily workout (each time I take 5gr of it) I ad barley to my shake pre & post my daily workout. I just started to use "Myprotein" - "essential amino acids" powder (witch tastes like hell) and this is their profile: Per 15g: L Leucine 5000mg L Isoleucine 890mg L Valine 2200mg L Lysine 2200mg L Phenylalanine 1800mg L Threonine 1500mg L Histidine 710mg L Methionine 500mg L Tryptophan 200mg I wonder if i meet the right intake for these supplements, and when should I take each one? if you have also any recommendation for other vegan brands it would be great! Thank you !!
  5. None of them seems really what i need and so so expensive!!!!!
  6. well I found this- http://www.seekinghealth.com/optimal-amino-acids-blend-150-vegetarian-capsules.html caplets for vegans, from what i see it's completely vegan. but tried to find something cheaper, I ordered this blend, "essential amino acids" - - http://www.myprotein.com/sports-nutrition/essential-amino-acids/10529536.html here is the amino acids that it has: Per 15g: L Leucine 5000mg L Isoleucine 890mg L Valine 2200mg L Lysine 2200mg L Phenylalanine 1800mg L Threonine 1500mg L Histidine 710mg L Methionine 500mg L Tryptophan 200mgPer 15g: L Leucine 5000mg L Isoleucine 890mg L Valine 2200mg L Lysine 2200mg L Phenylalanine 1800mg L Threonine 1500mg L Histidine 710mg L Methionine 500mg L Tryptophan 200mg And here is the same company's BCAA powder ingredients: Amount per 5g serving: Leucine: 2.5g Isoleucine: 1.25g Valine: 1.25g but i am still confused about mixing EAA's and BCAA's, and if there is really a difference between them.
  7. really? and is it productive as other EEA's or BCAA's sold in powder or caplets? I found amino acids powder at "My protein", though i read that it's recommended to take it with BCAA's, but for some reason it sounds like not a right suggestion.
  8. I've tried to find on the internet but couldn't find one that declares to be vegan, I'm looking for something that has a large variety of Amino in it. Can anyone help?
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