Science Says You Need All 10
Clinical research has shown that 9 essential amino acids (EAAs) plus arginine are needed to build muscle and increase recovery. Very few EAA supplements contain arginine, which is a conditionally essential amino acid (CEAA) needed during overtraining and prolonged dieting, but it also increases insulin and nitric oxide and helps shuttle amino acids into muscle. GEAAR was formulated with 9.4 grams of EAAs plus arginine, 7 grams of BCAAs and 4 grams of leucine. GEAAR is also stacked with natural electrolytes to maximize performance and made with no artificial flavors, colors or dyes. With over 10 grams of active ingredients in one scoop, GEAAR is the most complete EAA supplement commercially available.‡
There are 7 electrolytes in your body (sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, magnesium, phosphate and bicarbonate), which are involved in contracting muscles, regulating pH levels and keeping you hydrated. GEAAR contains all 7 electrolytes from coconut water powder, sea salt, ALBION® magnesium bisglycinate and AQUAMIN®, a patented deep ocean red algae mineral found in Iceland.
No Synthetic Colors. No Artificial Flavors
GEAAR is made from vegan fermented amino acids with no synthetic colors or artificial flavors. GEAAR uses only natural colors and flavors to create its freakin' delicious taste!
Drug Tested by Informed-Choice
As an added commitment to our quality control, MUTANT has formed a strategic alliance with Informed-Choice to independently lab test our products for banned substances. All MUTANT supplements that carry the Informed-Choice logo are banned substance tested. The standard supplement screening test covers over 200 banned substances prohibited in sport. If it's not on our label, it's not in our product!‡‡
GEAAR contains no binders or fillers and is 100% instantized for maximum solubility. The formula also contains BioPerine®, a patented compound clinically proven to enhance nutrient absorption by up to 25%.**
"MUTANT GEAAR is well formulated to help maximize amino uptake."
-Dr. N. Kalyanam, Ph.D. Baylor University, Texas