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BCAA Branched Chain Amino Acid Formula | Nutrex Research BCAA Drive

If you're looking for a new & improved BCAA formula for hydration, look no further. Nutrex Research BCAA Drive contains 5,000 whopping milligrams of BCAA's per serving. Research BCAA Drive will help to promote extreme Muscle growth & anabolism. Nutrex Research will provide you with extreme hydration & contains a proven 2:1:1 ratio. It will also help to enhance your exercise performance & provide you with energy. Pick up a tub today! Introducing Nutrex Research BCAA Drive!!  

Nutrex Research BCAA Drive Benefits

  • Contains 5,000mg Of BCAA's Per Serving
  • Pleasant Tasting Formula
  • Helps To Support Anabolism
  • Promotes Extreme Muscle Growth
  • Contains A Proven 2:1:1 Ratio
  • Enhances Exercise Performance & Provides Energy
  • Provides Hydration Support

How Do I Take  Nutrex Research BCAA Drive?

On workout days, take 5 tablets with 8 ounces of Water or your favorite beverage. Consume 30 minutes before workout. On non training days, Take 5 tablets with 8 ounces of Water or your favorite beverage once per day between meals. 

Nutrex Research BCAA Drive Ingredients

Serving Size: 5 Tablets

Servings Per Container: 40

Ultra Pure BCAAs In 2:1:1 Ratio For Optimum Anablic Effects 5,000mg

L-Leucine 2500mg

L-Isoleucine 1250mg

L-Valine 1250mg

Other Ingredients: Dicalcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Stearic Acid, Croscarmellose Sodium, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, Maltodextrin, Clear Coating.

Nutrex Research BCAA Drive Side Effects & Warnings

Not recommended for persons under 18 years of age unless prescribed by a Health Care Professional. Do not use if you are pregnant, nursing.


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