Beef Amino Formula - Muscle Meds Carnivor Beef Aminos
If you're looking for a new BCAA Muscle building formula, this is the product for you. Muscle Meds Carnivor Beef Aminos is a natural & Lactose free formula that contains Creatine & added BCAA's for Muscle building & recovery. Muscle Meds Carnivor Beef Aminos contains a full spectrum of Amino Acids, & will help to expedite post-workout recovery. Pick up these Hydrolyzed Beef Protein Isolate Aminos today. Introducing Muscle Meds Carnivor Beef Aminos!!
Muscle Meds Carnivor Beef Aminos Benefits
- Natural & Lactose Free Formula
- Consists Of Hydrolyzed Beef Protein Isolate
- Contains BCAA's & Added Creatine
- Helps To Promote Muscle Building
- Speeds Up Post-Workout Recovery
- Contains Full Spectrum Amino Acids
How Do I Take Muscle Meds Carnivor Beef Aminos?
Take 3 Carnivor Beef Aminos tablets, twice daily. Ideally, take Carnivor Beef Aminos in between meals to help support Blood and Muscle Tissue Amino Acid levels.
Muscle Meds Carnivor Beef Aminos Ingredients
Serving Size: 3 Tablets
Servings Per Container: 100
Other Ingredients: Carnivor 100% Beef Amino Acid Complex (Beef Protein Isolate, Beef Albumin Concentrate, Beef Immunoglobulin Isolate, Desiccated Beef Liver), Creatine Monohydrate, BCAA's (L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine), Anabolic Nitrogen Retention Technology Intermediates: GKG (Glutamine-Alpha-Ketoglutarate), OKG (Ornithine-Alpha-Ketoglutarate), AKG (Alpha-Ketoglutarate), KIC (Alpha-Ketoisocaproate), Di-Calcium Phosphate, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Stearic Acid, Magnesium Stearate.
Muscle Meds Carnivor Beef Aminos Side Effects & Warnings
Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.
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