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Amino Lean by Gen-Tec
Amino Lean by Gen-Tec is for those wanting to supplement thier lean body goals. This premium blend formular of anti-oxidants, vitamin C, green tea extract, and free form amino acids with added chronium pic is your one stop Amino blend for maintaining a higher lean muscle mass to body fat ratio!
Main Benefits and Features:
- Contains anti-oxidants, Vitamin C, and Green Tea extract.
- Contains added Chromium Pic for maintaining higher lean muscle mass to body fat ratio
- Supports lean muscle mass retention
- Supports Nitrogen balance while reducing free radical damage
- Contains nstantised free form Amino Acids
- Naturally coloured and flavoured
How To Take:
Best consumed during exercise, before fasted cardio or throughout the day. Mix 1 tsp in atleast 250mL of water.
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