Redcon1 Grunt EAA
Redcon1 Grunt EAA is a full spectrum Essential Amino Acid supplement which has the main Branch Chain Amino Acids or BCAAs. This supplement promotes muscle recovery, prevents muscle soreness, and can be used as a pre-workout, intra-workout, or post workout supplement to hydrate and protect muscles.
Redcon1 Grunt Product Highlights
- Promotes Recovery After Workouts
- Supports Muscle Repair
- Reduces Muscle Soreness
- Protects Muscles
- Hydrates Muscle Cells
- Can Be Used as Pre-Workout, Intra-Workout, or Post-Workout
- Pure EAAs
- 9 Amino Acids
What Are EAAs?
EAAs are Essential Amino Acids. Essential Amino Acids are aminos which cannot be produced by the body.
How is Redcon1 Grunt Different than Breach?
How Do I Take Redcon1 Grunt?
Redcon1 Grunt can be used as a pre-workout, intra-workout, or post-workout supplement.
How Many Amino Acids are in Redcon1 Grunt?
Redcon1 Grunt contains 9 amino acids which are needed for growing, repairing, and preserving muscle.
Who Can Take Redcon1 Grunt?
Redcon1 Grunt can be used by men and women looking to gain and preserve muscle.
Redcon1 Grunt EAA Supplement Facts & Ingredients
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (9.5g)
Servings Per Container: 1
*Percent Daily Value is based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower based on your calorie needs.
*Daily Value (DV) Not Established
Citric Acid, Natural and Artificial flavors, Sucralose, Malic Acid, Acesulfame-potassium, Silica.
Discuss with your physician before taking if you have a medical condition or are taking any prescription medications. Stop use and discuss with your physician if any negative effects occur. Do not exceed suggested dose. Do not take if pregnant or lactating. Must be 18 years old to use this product. Keep away from children. Do not use if seal has been tampered with. Store in a cool, dry place.
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