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Aminolase TPA

Maximize the benefits of your dietary protein.

Aminolase is a powerful enzyme blend that maximizes the benefits of ingested protein, allowing it to be utilized for muscle building, recovery, and immune function.

In a university study, Aminolase improved protein bio­availability far greater than the body's natural digestive process (pancreatin) alone. Wasted protein can be hard on your kidneys and may cause occasional gas, bloating, and digestive distress.

Whether you're a fitness enthusiast or a gracefully aging adult, Aminolase enables you to get the most out of the protein that you consume without the occasional digestive discomfort associated with protein rich foods or supplements.

digestive support

Digest Protein Comfortably and Efficiently

Bloating and gas can occur from time to time after eating proteins like gluten, whey, casein, soy, pea, and hemp. However, if are one of the many people who occasionally suffer from digestive issues after eating one or more of these supplemental protein sources, the problem is probably not food intolerance. It’s more likely the result of bacteria in your large intestine consuming protein that was not properly broken down by the body’s natural digestive processes.

To reap the benefits of protein it must be broken down into amino acids and peptides within the first 90 minutes of consumption. This is when protein is assembled into a bio-usable form for muscle-building, and immune function.

Once this 90-minute time frame ends, any protein that wasn’t broken down and absorbed is moved to the large intestine. But the problem with the large intestine is an abundance of bad bacteria. These bacteria are able to consume protein, effectively stealing it from you. To make matters worse, these bacteria produce by-products, large amounts of toxins when they consume protein, which can make you and your belly, very uncomfortable.

The solution to this protein problem is Aminolase, a bio-efficient supplement that improves protein absorption. Aminolase helps break down protein efficiently so that the body can maximize the absorption of amino acids into the blood stream.

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gluten sensitivity

Getting the most out of your dietary protein doesn't only refer to animal sources of protein, and/or dietary supplements. This is especially true for gluten, the protein in wheat and other whole grains. For those that may be sensitive to gluten, Aminolase is an excellent choice, since it is capable of assisting to properly break down gluten and other non-animal sources of protein.

Understanding Gluten Digestion

Gluten consists of several different proteins – the two main groups are gliadin and glutenin. Gluten proteins are extremely difficult to digest. Undigested gluten proteins can trigger certain reactions in the lining of the small intestine, resulting in varying levels of gluten sensitivity. Breaking down these proteins can help alleviate the symptoms associated with gluten sensitivity.

muscle and recovery

Taking Aminolase when you eat or drink protein has been shown to raise the level of amino acids in the blood, compared to just consuming protein alone. Among those amino acids are the branch chain amino acids (BCAAs), which play a vital role in muscle synthesis and recovery.

Aminolase on its own is bio-sufficient, meaning the supplement alone includes all the tools required to break down proteins into bio-usable form.

Aminolase will:

  • Enhance BCAA levels when used in conjunction with protein supplements, meal replacements, and all protein-rich meals which supports muscle synthesis.
  • Digest protein into bio-usable form, taking full advantage of the availability of essential amino acids for building muscle and improving muscle recovery from workouts.
  • Greatly reduce occasional stomach discomfort typically caused when protein supplements are not broken down into their smallest components.
  • Maximize the benefits of dietary protein, helping the body absorb more protein as opposed to excreting it.

Aminolase is ideal for fitness enthusiasts and anyone with an active lifestyle. It will support healthy muscle mass, muscle recovery, and completely change the way you use and digest protein.

Aminolase should be taken any time you consume protein-rich foods and dietary supplements to help digest the protein and break it down into a usable form, such as essential amino acids and beneficial peptides (i.e., Di and Tri-peptides).

Now you can enjoy your protein supplement without the fear of digestive issues. Aminolase helps the body break down protein more efficiently than it can on its own. It effectively reduces the potential for discomfort that often comes from consuming protein supplements or dietary protein.

Get a better return on your protein investment, and prevent annoying digestive issues, with Aminolase.

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Ingredients

Acid Stable Protease

A patent pending proteolytic enzyme that is capable of digesting most consumable proteins. Protease is the enzyme responsible for digesting consumed proteins and is one of the three enzymes found in our body’s natural pancreatic juices. Aminolase will break down and digest protein-based foods or supplements better than the body’s digestive process can do alone, and works great with both animal and vegetarian derived proteins. This proprietary blend of proteases is active over a very broad pH range, making it effective in both acidic and alkaline environments.

Suggested Use

Directions: Consume one capsule of Aminolase™ per 25 grams of protein. Take Aminolase with eight ounces of water at the beginning of each protein fortified dietary or supplemented meal.

Delivery Methods: When Aminolase capsules are opened and added directly to a protein beverage, the enzymes will rapidly begin converting protein into amino acids. Amino acids have a significantly different taste profile compared to protein, which may impact taste and texture. For best results, drink within five minutes of mixing, or swallow capsules and immediately follow with your favorite protein beverage.

FAQs

What is Aminolase?

Aminolase is a specialized protein digesting enzyme, designed to improve amino acid conversion when used in conjunction with protein-rich meals and/or supplements. If taken correctly, Aminolase works with your body to:

• Digest protein into its usable form, thereby making it more bioavailable than protein alone. • Maximize the availability of amino acids. • Greatly reduce stomach discomfort associated with consuming high amounts of protein. • Effectively digest dietary proteins including supplements such as whey, casein, egg, soy, hemp, and pea proteins.

Where is Aminolase derived from?

Aminolase is a specialized protease (protein digesting enzyme) derived from friendly bacteria, also known as probiotics. In order to produce Aminolase, these probiotics are isolated and then grown using a complex fermentation process. The fermentation medium or food for the bacteria contains high amounts of vegetarian-derived protein. Protein is necessary when creating an enzyme that is able to break down and digest protein. The bacteria itself will create enzymes in order to digest this protein medium. Once created, the highly specialized enzyme is extracted and encapsulated as Aminolase.

How does Aminolase work?

Aminolase helps break down protein efficiently and completely so that the body can maximize the absorption of amino acids into the blood stream. This will reduce exposure time to large protein peptides that can cause discomfort. Consumption of protein with Aminolase significantly raises the level of amino acids in the blood, compared to eating protein alone. Among those amino acids are the branch chain amino acids (BCAAs), which have been shown to play a vital role in muscle synthesis and recovery from workouts.

What is the recommended dosage?

Dosage: 250mg (one capsule) of Aminolase per every 25 grams of protein consumed. It is important to note that most containers of protein supplements are not 100 percent pure protein, so the calculation must be adjusted to account for the amount of pure protein in each serving.

Are there any available clinical studies or reference studies that I can review?

Two separate human clinical studies have been performed on Aminolase and numerous reference studies on the product components are available. Contact us at 800-448-5015 or AMINOLASE@ARTHURANDREW.COM for more details on the studies.

Is Aminolase Kosher?

The formula is Kosher, and a copy of the certification is available by request.

Is Aminolase vegetarian or vegan?

The formula is vegetarian and vegan in accordance with the guidelines of the American Vegetarian Association.

Is Aminolase non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organism)?

Yes, Aminolase is non-GMO. All of the ingredients used to make this enzyme product are not genetically modified organisms as defined by the NATIONAL ORGANIC STANDARDS BOARD.

Genetically engineered is defined as follows: Made with techniques that alter the molecular or cellular biology of an organism by means that are not possible under natural conditions or processes. Genetic engineering includes recombinant DNA, cell fusion, micro-and macro-encapsulation, gene deletion and doubling, introducing a foreign gene, and changing the position of genes. It shall not include breeding, conjugation, fermentation, hybridization, in-vitro fertilization, and tissue culture.

Further testing is also conducted to determine whether any common GMO material is present in the product. A copy of the lab analysis can be DOWNLOADED HERE.


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