CNP Loaded EAA's 30 Servings

CNP Loaded EAA's 30 Servings

  • £18.95

Essential Amino Acids are finally being fully appreciated for their importance in muscle building and anabolic benefits. We have been advising EAA's to all our athletes for many years and now the general fitness community have finally caught up. Essential Amino Acids are exactly that, "ESSENTIAL" for muscular repair and development.

acids are the building blocks of protein and are essential for many functions including; hormone synthesis, skin health, neurotransmitter production, growth, development and muscular health and maintenance. Of the 20+ amino acids found in nature there are some that are known as essential amino acids (EAAs) and are required for oursurvival. Theseplaycriticalrolesinhealthandvitalityandarefoundinthisformulainanappropriateratio (according to world health (WHO) guidelines).

  •  BRANCH CHAIN AMINO ACIDS (BCAAs) L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine – these amino follow similar metabolic pathways providing ingredients for the manufacture of other essential biochemical components in the body, some of which are utilised for the production of energy. Isoleucine is necessary for the production of haemoglobin. It also helps regulate blood sugar and energy levels. Leucine is required for regulatingbloodsugarlevelsandhelpingmaintaintissuehealth. Thismakesitusefulforpost-surgicalpatients. Valine performs naturally as a mental stimulant and also functions in regenerating tissue and maintaining nitrogenbalance. Thisaminoacidisnecessaryinthesmoothfunctioningofthenervoussystemandinmuscle development and coordination. Research suggests that BCAAs may be useful for muscle recovery following exercise.

  •  L-PHEN YL AL ANINE phenylalanine works as an anti-depressant and pain reliever with many therapeutic roles. Along with helping with mood it also aids memory and helps inhibit inflammation. Phenylalanine is involved in neurotransmitter production i.e. noradrenalin and dopamine which helps support mental alertness, learning and memory capacity. As a precursor to tyrosine, phenylalanine is suggested as a beneficial agent for thyroid support. It is also suggested that phenylalanine may be an effective appetite suppressant and diet aid.

  •  L-LYSINE – lysine is well known for its effects in controlling viral infections. Lysine can help correct the imbalances (excess dietary arginine) leading to herpes, the virus that can cause painful mouth sores and fever blisters. Lysine is also required for adequate absorption of calcium and for collagen formation (a vitamin C dependent process). Lysine can enter metabolic pathways that eventually provide necessary ingredients for the production of energy. This is true of many of the amino acids and is the reason protein can be a source of energy (kcals).

  •  L-HISTIDINE – Histidine is necessary for growth in children and is probably essential for adults as we cannot manufacture it. Histidine is the amino acid from which histamine is derived from. Because of the chelating properties of histidine, it is sometimes used in the treatment of arthritis to remove these heavy metals.

  •  L-METHIONINE – methionine is a member of the lipotropic team which includes choline, inositol, and betaine. Its primary function is to prevent excessive accumulation of fat in the liver. By increasing the liver’s production of lecithin, methionine helps prevent elevated cholesterol levels. Methionine also serves as an important source of the trace element sulphur, essential for the health of hair, skin, nails and joints. Methionine and other sulphur bearing amino acids also play important roles as antioxidants and neutralisers of certain toxins.

  •  L-THREONINE – threonine is required for healthy functioning of the GI tract, helping improve the assimilation and absorption of nutrients for overall health. Along with many other amino acids threonine is an important constituent of collagen,elastin and enamel protein. When choline,a lipotropic(fatburning), substance is deficient in the diet, threonine takes on the role of a lipotropic to prevent fatty build-up in the liver.

  •  L-TRYPTOPHAN – tryptophan contributes to the production of serotonin, a brain neurotransmitter found in various organs in the body including the GI tract. Tryptophan has been shown to stabilise mood, promote sleep and help control stress. Tryptophan also aids healthy blood, healthy hair, and youthful skin. It also helps our body use the B-complex vitamin group more efficiently and promotes smoother digestive activity.

CNP Loaded EAA’s are the perfect combination of a highly functional product and some of the best, thirst quenching sweet inspired flavours on the market. Our premium EAA’s have been formulated to be specifically high in Leucine and to provide you with all the branch chain and essential amino acids (BCAA’s and EAA’s) as part of a premium recovery blend which can be used pre / intra / post workout, or any other time of the day. Being packed with EAA’S, it enhances recovery and performance, allowing it to be a versatile product taken by anyone who takes part in exercise, from hardcore lifters in the gym, CrossFitter’s, strongmen and endurance athletes. Although EAA’s can be acquired from food, there is a real opportunity to maximise intake and therefore recovery by using an EAA supplement, something athletes have been doing for years with great results.


By having readily available amino acids in the blood before your workout primes the body for exercise whilst also providing an indirect source of energy when needed. This can have a positive effect on muscular endurance, muscle protein balance and offsetting fatigue.


We know how popular EAA’s are intra-workout when you are hot, tired and in need of something refreshing. We have made 4 brand new sweet based flavours you won’t be able to get enough of. When resistance training, EAA’s are able to offset fatigue and prevent catabolism, which is especially useful when dieting and trying to preserve muscle mass.


By increasing your post-workout consumption of EAA’s you kick start the body’s recovery process. As our EAA’s have 3g of leucine per serving, this flips the body’s switch (mTOR) to initiate protein synthesis, whereby the body begins to build and repair muscle.

Product Highlights:

  • Recovery & Repair of Muscles
  • Increased Protein Synthesis
  • Switches on mTOR
  • Aids in Fat Oxidisation
  • Prevents Catabolism

Key Ingredients:

Astragin®: a patented ingredient to increase the synthesis of protein, making it ideal for those times when you need your protein fast.