MyoBlox Illa | Peptide Infused BCAA Formula
MyoBlox is a supplement company known for putting together unique formulas, and Illa is no different. This unique Amino Acid formula is comprised of micro-peptide infused fermented BCAAs, packed with Himalayan Pink Salt, Non-GMO Coconut Water Powder, and Albion Minerals. If you're looking for a pre-workout, intra-workout, or post-workout formula that promotes hydration, muscle recovery, and endurance; then look no further, grab yourself a tub of Illa today!
MyoBlox Illa Product Highlights
- Promotes Muscle Recovery
- Helps Build Lean Muscle
- Peptide Infused BCAAs
- Fully Dosed Formula
- Promotes Increased Strength & Endurance
What's MyoBlox Illa For?
- Muscle Building
MyoBlox Illa Flavors
- Malu Splash
- Sour Gummy
- Candy Bomb
MyoBlox Illa Directions
Mix one level scoop (1 serving) of Ila with 8-20 fluid ounces of cold water. Illa can be consumed prior to training, during training, or post training. Can be used between meals to support recovery and to fuel physical performance. On non-workout days consume one scoop in the morning, noon, or night.
MyoBlox Illa Supplement Facts & Ingredients
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (10.2g)
Servings Per Container: Approximately 38 Scoops
(as Calci-K calcium potassium phosphate-citrate)
(as Albion Dimagnesium Malate)
(as himalayan pink salt)
Gains Matrix 7500mg
Micraminos (Micro-Peptide Infused 2:1:1 Fermented BCAA's) non-gmo.
Osmotic Matrix 650mg
Coconut Water Powder (non-gmo), Calci-K (as calcium potassium phosphate-citrate), Sodium (as himalayan pink salt), Magnesium (as Albion Dimagnesium Malate).
Absoprtion Matrix 50mg
Astragin (panax notoginseng from astragalus membranaceous [non-gmo])
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
*Daily Value Not Established
Other Ingredients: Citric Acid, Natural and Artificial Flavors, Silicon Dioxide, Sucralose.
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