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G. A. C. 19

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✓ Pool of essential amino acids for muscle recovery

✓ Anti-catabolic effect

✓ Essential for stimulating cell repair and reducing recovery time

✓ Amino acids in free-form

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Free Form Essential Amino Acids: all aimed at immediate recovery

The Net Integratori research center has always been attentive to the potential offered by amino acid or peptide mixtures. This in the awareness that ease of synthesis and duplication is fundamental for the process of muscle growth and recovery.

In formulating the G.A.C. 19 (Genetic Amino Code), Net Supplements started from the amino acid sequence present in human muscle, which is certainly the most “stressed” during intense physical activities and which needs an adequate environment for muscle recovery.

The complete pool of muscle amino acids was used, elaborating variations that can increase their impact on all the complex stimulation and control mechanisms.

G.A.C. 19 is not a pool of proteins, but a precious source of amino acids that are not linked to proteins (freeform) and easily usable by the human body. In fact, the “free form” of these amino acids allows them to bypass digestive processes at a gastric and pancreatic level, allowing these nutrients to pass immediatly to the body’s metabolic circuits.

Free form amino acids allow their faster intake and greater assimilation.

The value of the G.A.C. 19 is due to the synergy of the 8 Essential Amino Acids (EAA) combined with 11 other amino acids involved most during intense training.

What are Essential Amino Acids for?

Axial Amino Acids (EAA) are necessary to develop new lean tissue and to stimulate cellular repair, which occurs during the recovery phase.

Consuming an adequate amount of these substances in the diet allows athletes to improve their body and reduce recovery times after training.

High intensity training causes fast muscle catabolism, thus inhibiting the synthesis of proteins within the muscle.

During training, amino acids are metabolized along three paths:

  1. The first consists in the demolition of branched-chain amino acids (bcaa) with muscle contraction;
  2. The second in the formation of alanine and glutamine in the muscle and its demolition in the liver for energy purposes;
  3. The third is the use of other amino acids in protein synthesis and in muscles.

High intensity training breaks down the bcaa, which make up about a sixth of the proteins present in voluntary muscles and more than a third of the essential amino acids we receive with our food. The supplementation with bcaa, however, stimulates the oxidation of fats and reduces soreness and post-workout muscle damage.

The most important BCAA is Leucine, (which in GAC 19 is included in a 10:1:1 ratio), which triggers the synthesis of muscle proteins by activating the mTor and other protein synthesis mediators present in the human muscles.

In itself, leucine is at the same time Anabolic and Anti-catabolic, and can produce almost the same metabolic effects as associated with the intake of all bcaa together. The other essential amino acids all have demonstrable anabolic properties.

When they act simultaneously, the essential amino acids are so powerful that 5-6 grams after training are sufficient to increase post-workout protein synthesis. The other essential amino acids all have demonstrable anabolic properties.

> Amino acids at the biological basis of life

From the “primordial soup” to the first life forms of bacteria, amino acids have always been the basis of the birth, growth and development of living beings.

The arrangement of nucleotides in DNA represents our genetic information and is translated through the genetic code into the corresponding amino acids.

In fact, the genetic code is therefore a set of rules through which information (consisting of nucleic acids) is translated into proteins consisting of amino acid sequences.

Each “codon” corresponds to one or more amino acids, which are “essential” for our life.

The list is long but it is fascinating to see how these amino acids are then found in different proportions in all the structures of our body, in the composition of the muscles, but also of important hormones such as gh, insulin and many other peptide hormones.

The Net Integratori research center has always been attentive to all the potential offered by amino acid or peptide mixtures. This in the awareness that ease of synthesis and duplication is fundamental for the process of muscle growth and recovery.

The foods that nature provides are certainly a great resource.

From products such as whey it is possible to obtain extremely interesting and biologically valuable amino acid profiles, however it is not possible to alter the basic amino acid supply, that is, the amino acid range normally present in the specific food. So if an amino acid is missing in the food in question, it will also be missing in the peptides or amino acids obtained from that food.

This problem can be solved by mixing different protein sources, but inevitably, while managing to obtain excellent profiles, we always carry the legacy of the basic amino acid prospect.

It is however possible to work by mixing only individual amino acids, with proportions and balances that research can determine according to the pursued objectives.

How G.A.C 19 was born

The Net Integratori research center has always been attentive to all the potential offered by amino acid or peptide mixtures. This in the awareness that ease of synthesis and duplication is fundamental for the process of muscle growth and recovery.

In formulating the G.A.C. 19 (Genetic Amino Code), Net Supplements started from the amino acid sequence present in human muscle, which is certainly the most “stressed” during intense physical activities and which needs an adequate environment for muscle recovery.

The complete pool of muscle amino acids was used, elaborating variations that can increase their impact on all the complex stimulation and control mechanisms.

For this reason, the presence of leucine is of primary importance, always accompanied by large doses of isoleucine. Following this search for the “perfect pool” in selecting two important amino acids such as arginine and ornithine, the ketoglutarate form (OKG and AKG) was preferred, forms that are significantly more usable also for hormonal balance.

Similarly, l-aspartic acid was chosen, an amino acid present in neuroendocrine tissues and therefore certainly fundamental for both nervous and hormonal recovery.

Glutamine could not be missing, which remains one of the most interesting aa for athletes with its muscle recovery, nervous support and detoxifying and pro antioxidant effects.

Citrulline has been included in its malic acid form (Citrulline Malate), in which this amino acid has a better effect of on muscle recovery, on the synthesis of nitric oxide and on the production of energy.

Even seemingly simple amino acids such as glycine play an important role, in fact specifically glycine is involved in the synthesis of DNA, collagen and in the repair of connective tissue, it is also a component of the gtf (glucose tolerance factor).

Threonine also plays a role in the formation of collagen but also has an important function of regulating protein turnover, it also collaborates in the lipotropic function of the liver. The lipotropic action on the liver (but also on the arteries) is also carried out by methionine, which is accompanied by an antioxidant effect, an important detoxifying effect against heavy metals and histamine regulation.

Phenylalanine supports the production of norepinephrine, favoring of energy and vitality.

> The value of G.A.C. 19 goes well beyond the potential of individual amino acids, the “bioregulatory” effect is due by the complex, in which the virtuous synergy of the whole gives added value to that of its parts.

G.A.C. 19 is a leap forward in the concept of amino acid pool. Not only essential amino acids for muscle recovery but a balanced mixture that considers the body as a holistic whole, a unified entity that acts in harmony and where muscle recovery and optimization must be accompanied by that of each organ called into question by stress.

The combination of essential amino acids creates a unique formulation that, starting from the composition of the skeletal muscle, develops in consideration of synergies and interactions. Thus it create a support that is certainly not limited to athletes but acts is available to anyone looking for a simple to use supplement that is also complex in the multiplicity of potentials in which it can intervene.

 

Nutritional values 100g* dosage** VNR***
*means the products **5 tablets of 1150 each***nutritional reference values
L-Leucine 43,47 g 2500 mg
L-lysine 4,35 g 250 mg
L-Isoleucine 4,35 g 250 mg
L-Valine 3,48 g 200 mg
L-Ornithine AKG 3,04 g 175 mg
L-Glutamine 3,04 g 175 mg
L-Threonine 2,43 g 140 mg
L-Aspartic acid 2,43 g 140 mg
L-Arginine AKG 2,17 g 125 mg
L-cystine 1,74 g 100 mg
L-histidine 1,74 g 100 mg
L-Phenylalanine 1,74 g 100 mg
L-Methionine 1,56 g 90 mg
L-alanine 1,39 g 80 mg
L-tyrosine 1,39 g 80 mg
Taurine 1,22 g 70 mg
L-Citrulline malate 0,87 g 50 mg
L-Tryptophan 0,87 g 50 mg
Glycine 0,87 g 50 mg
Vitamin B6 0,02 g 1 mg 71%

Ingredients:

l-leucine, l-lysine, l-isoleucine, l-valine, l-ornithine akg, l-glutamine, l-threonine, l-aspartic acid, l-arginine akg, l-cystine, l-histidine, l-phenylalanine , l-methionine, l-alanine, l-tyrosine, taurine, l-citrulline malate, l-tryptophan, glycine, vitamin b6; rheological stabilizers: microcrystalline cellulose, pvp, silicon dioxide, magnesium stearate.

Directions for use:

We recommend taking 5 tablets after physical activity.

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