Primeval Labs fans have been clamoring for a comprehensive amino acid supplement for years now, but truth be told, developing the perfect profile (and flavor) is no small feat.
Sure, it’d be easy to just pump out some under-dosed BCAA-only supplement, but that doesn’t provide everything your body needs to effectively synthesize muscle tissue. But, that’s not good enough for us!
The long wait is over now as we’ve launched EAA Max -- the best tasting, most effective, and efficaciously-dosed amino acid supplement on the market. EAA Max provides a full essential amino acid profile PLUS a full serving of 2:1:1 BCAAs for maximal muscle growth, repair and recovery!
EAA Max is your all day, every day amino acid supplement. Use it on training days for intra workout fuel, or on non-training days as a way keep a steady supply of essential amino acids pumping into your muscles. Mix a scoop or two into a half gallon water bottle and sip throughout the day.
That’s the great thing about EAA Max it can literally be used ANYTIME, ANYWHERE to enhance muscle growth and recovery!
Benefits of EAA Max
Increases muscle protein synthesis
Prevents muscle protein breakdown
Supports muscle growth
Enhance mitochondrial function
Ideal for training AND non-training days
Where Other Amino Acid Supplements Fail
-Incomplete amino acid profile
-Ridiculous Leucine:Isoleucine:Valine ratio (ex. 8:1:1, 10:1:1, etc)
-Lacking crucial electrolytes
Why Choose EAA Max?
Typical amino acid supplements only contain the three branch chain amino acids (BCAAs) consisting of Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine. While there’s nothing wrong with BCAA supplements, they’re simply not the full spectrum of amino acids needed for proper protein synthesis and repair. Think of it like playing a game of football with only 6 of the 11 players -- it just won’t work!
Essential Amino Acids (EAA’s), on the other hand, contain the entire range of amino acids your body demands when it needs to build new tissue. EAAs are called "essential" because the body cannot synthesize them on its own. You MUST obtain them through food or supplements.
Furthermore, most individuals aren’t eating a diverse enough diet, and therefore miss out on crucial EAA-rich foods. Plus, some may be eating a well-balanced diet, but may not be absorbing the nutrients properly. Either way, the end result is EAA deficiency and lack of gains!
EAAs not only stimulate protein synthesis, but they support energy production and cellular repair. Additionally, EAAs are needed for complete and healthy digestion and nutrient absorption. Perhaps most importantly, EAAs protect each cell’s mitochondria -- the "power plant” of the cell that generates ATP! 
When you add it all together, the answer is clear, EAAs blow BCAAs out of the water in every way!
EAA Max Ingredients
Branch Chain Amino Acids:
- L-Leucine (2,500mg)
Leucine is the best known, and well researched, of all the amino acids. It’s also the BCAA to which most of the benefits of BCAA supplementation is attributed. The reason being, is that Leucine as a powerful stimulator of the mechanistic target of rapamycin (mTOR). 
Note: mTOR used to stand for mammalian target of rapamycin until recently
mTOR is a cellular signal "highway” that serves as the primary regulator in the body of cell growth, proliferation, survival, and metabolism.  Specifically, mTOR1 is the one responsible for muscle protein synthesis (i.e. building muscle). Additionally, leucine is also helpful for preventing muscle protein breakdown (a.k.a. catabolism) -- keeping you anabolic even during periods of fasting!
It’s easy to see why Leucine is widely regarded as the "king” of all amino acids when you put these benefits together.
- L-Isoleucine (1,250mg)
Think of Isoleucine as the weaker "younger brother” of Leucine. It’s a more mild stimulator of muscle protein synthesis -- weaker than Leucine, but stronger than Valine. However, where Isoleucine does stand out is in its ability to significantly increase glucose uptake as well as glucose use during high intensity exercise.
- L-Valine (1,250mg)
Last of the BCAAs is Valine. Though not studied to the extent of Leucine and Isoleucine in isolation, Valine has been shown to be essential for energy conversion in the body as well as enhance glycogen synthesis in skeletal muscle, preventing catabolism. 
While it may seem inconsequential compared to the previous two BCAAs, Valine is the third critical "leg” of the BCAA trifecta that contributes to increased muscle protein synthesis, repair, and growth.
Essential Amino Acids:
- L-Lysine HCl (300mg)
First up for the Essential Amino Acid portion of EAA Max is L-Lysine. Among Lysine’s major functions, most pertinent to its inclusion here is its role in constructing muscle protein, aiding injury recovery, and supporting calcium absorption. 
Additionally, Lysine is also necessary for carnitine production. Carnitine is a substance in the body that supports energy production via fat conversion. It also plays a vital role in synthesis of collagen, skin, cartilage, and tendons.
- L-Threonine (225mg)
Threonine was the final amino acid to be discovered by William C. Rose.  It’s an alpha amino acid necessary for the synthesis of proteins in the body. Specifically, threonine is needed for the synthesis of serine and glycine to drive muscle protein synthesis. Additionally, threonine also teams with methionine and aspartic acid to assist the liver with the digestion of fats, also known as lipotropic function.
- L-Phenylalanine (200mg)
Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid vital to optimal Central Nervous System functioning. It easily crosses the blood-brain barrier where it’s used to create a monoamine neurotransmitter that is formed during the synthesis of norepinephrine and is essential to the normal functioning of the central nervous system, as well as, epinephrine (adrenaline), and norepinephrine (noradrenaline) , three highly important neurotransmitters that essentially govern the way you interact and view your surroundings.control the way you perceive and interact with your environment. Furthermore, increased levels of these three neurotransmitters translate to increased energy, mood, and focus -- all critical attributes to maintaining performance when training.
- L-Tryptophan (50mg)
As the sole precursor of serotonin, L-tryptophan is vital to optimal serotonin production on the brain, which is an important factor in cognition, behavior, and overall mood.  The problem is that Tryptophan is the amino acid with the lowest concentrations in the body , so supplementing with extra ensure you have the adequate raw materials needed for sufficient serotonin production, and don’t have to worry about any bouts of depression!
Interestingly enough, researchers have observed that only the "L” form of amino acids (other forms such as DL-Tryptophan, DL-Phenylalanine, etc. exist) can be used by the body for protein synthesis and cross the blood-brain barrier (BBB). This is why Primeval Labs includes ONLY the L-based amino acid forms in EAA Max -- quality matters!
- L-Histidine (25mg)
Histidine is a precursor to histamine and an essential component for cognitive functioning and wakefulness.  The reason for this is that histidine is needed for the development and maintenance of the myelin sheaths that cover nerve cells and support signal transmission from the brain to all the various component of the body.
Additionally, histidine also forms the crucial second half of the beta alanine + histidine "equation” for carnosine production.  Without adequate histidine, you can take all the beta alanine you want but still not produce sufficient carnosine to take advantage of the increased acid buffering and endurance it provides!
- L-Methionine (20mg)
Last but not least of the EAA portion of EAA Max is Methionine. Among the numerous critical functions that Methionine is involved in, first among those is its role as a lipotropic, substance that assists the liver with fat digestion. Furthermore, methionine also acts as a precursor for L-Cysteine, a powerful antioxidant in the body which helps defend against free radicals and oxidative stress brought on by intense exercise. 
Muscle Energy & Nutrient Delivery:
- Cluster Dextrin® (2,000mg)
Highly Branched Cyclic Dextrin (HBCD) is the ideal carbohydrate you want going into an intense workout. It’s unique molecular structure facilitates rapid digestion with no GI upset or "carb coma” like other functional carbohydrates.
Mix one scoop of EAA Max (11.8g) in 10-12oz of cold water and consume during exercise on training days. On non-training days, EAA Max can be consumed throughout the day for improved recovery and muscle building.
Maximize Muscle Building with EAA Max!
EAA Max is the culmination of years of research and testing that has resulted in a truly effective, properly dosed EAA supplement that also tastes phenomenal!
For years, the amino acid category has been dominated by underdosed, substandard tasting BCAA powders. As more and more research comes to light demonstrating BCAAs aren’t particularly effective for muscle growth and performance, consumers have been looking for a truly superior intra workout supplement. One that delivers on the hype, fuels performance, and enhances growth and recovery.
What has been sorely lacking for years is an intra workout formula that not only provides all the essential amino acids required for muscle growth and recovery, but also one that tastes phenomenal. Primeval Labs has created the solution to your amino supplement woes with EAA Max.
What is EAA Max?
EAA Max is unlike any other amino acid supplement on the market. It provides the full range of essential amino acids (including 5g of 2:1:1 BCAAs) needed to enhance lean mass gains and accelerate recovery. There are no proprietary blends or pixie-dusted aminos in EAA Max, every scoop contains the precise amount of aminos your body needs, in their proper ratios.
EAAs vs BCAAs
The problem with BCAA only amino acid products is that they provide only 3 of the nine essential amino acids required by the body for protein synthesis. Consuming on BCAAs throughout the day is essentially handicapping your ability to build muscle, repair tissue, and support recovery.
Where EAA Max stands apart from the litany of amino products is that it provides ALL nine EAAs the body needs to fuel protein construction and muscle growth.
Superior Nutrient Delivery
Another area where EAA Max stands apart from the litany of other amino products is in with its Muscular Energy & Nutrient Delivery matrix. Each serving of EAA Max contains rapid-digesting Cluster Dextrin along with D-Ribose to shuttle amino acids into your muscles and improve ATP production, making for better performance and faster recovery.
EAA Max also includes nutrient-rich Pink Himalayan Sea Salt, Coconut Water, and a comprehensive blend of electrolytes to replenish depleted mineral stores brought on by intense training. Supplying your muscles with the essential minerals and electrolytes it needs ensures that your performance never falls off and avoids any unwarranted cramping or fatigue.
Virtually every amino product on the market suffers from the bitter, off-tasting "BCAA” flavor that leaves you dissatisfied and constantly searching for a better tasting product. That’s not the case with EAA Max. Primeval Labs went through countless hours of testing to develop the best tasting amino product on the market. One sip of EAA Max and you’ll quickly realize that it’s flavoring is top notch and rivaled by none.
EAA Max -- THE intra workout supplement
There really is no substitute for EAA Max. It provides everything you want and need for superior muscle growth and recovery, and nothing you don’t. Simply put, EAA Max is the ultimate anabolic cocktail for your muscles that will enhance your performance and muscle-building like no other product can.
Try one scoop of EAA Max and your muscles (and tastebuds) will be changed forever!
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