Both of these branch chain amino products pack an impressive nutritional label so a very close battle was ensured. For this opening duel we went FOUR rounds those being:
1. Ingredients & Dosing
3. Value for Money
Splitting these two products was a difficult task as both go above and beyond what the market would expect in a regular Branch Chain product with iBCAA boasting 7 gm’s of BCAA’s, 2.5 gm’s of Glutamine as well as 650mg and 350 mg of both L-Carnitine L-Tartrate and Acetyl L-Carnitine respectively. While Aminoade packs 5gm’s of Branch Chains, 3gm’s of Glutamine and a hydration blend of electrolytes and Taurine to keep you training harder for longer.
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