Proathlix EAA Supplements

Product Highlight:

  • All Essential Amino Acids
  • 5.39g BCAA per scoop
  • Contains Vitamins and Minerals
  • Lab Tested and Gluten Free
  • Product Expiry - 09/2024
  • Return Policy: 7-day return policy from the date of delivery.


  • Product Overview

    Product Overview: 

    As amino acids are building blocks of protein. These amino acids fuel muscle protein synthesis and also support anabolic muscle-building response. Proathlix EAA Supplements (Essential Amino Acids) is exactly what you need during your workout. This specially formulated supplement is designed to give multiple advantages such as improving healthspan, and metabolic health, reducing body weight, increasing immune homeostasis, and many more.

    EAA supplement powder comes with 5.39g BCAA per serving. It also contains multivitamins and electrolytes to give you some extra benefits. EAA also has Sodium, Potassium, Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin B12 so you also get vitamins and minerals in every scoop. EAA is available in a 300g pack and in 2 flavors – Tangy Orange and Watermelon.

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  • How To Use

    How to Use:

    To prepare one serving, take 220-230 ml of water in a shaker and add 1 heaping scoop (10.0g approx.) of Proathlix. Shake well to dissolve completely and drink Pre/Intra/Post workout.

  • Ingredients


    L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine, L-Threonine, L-Lysine, Acidity Regulator(INS330), L-Tryptophan, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Chloride, Acidity Regulator (INS 296). Spray dried Orange Fruit Powder, L-Phenylalanine, L-Histidine, Sweetener (INS 955), Nature Identical Orange and Lemon Flavor, L-Methionine, L-Ascorbic Acid Coated, Sweetener (INS 950), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Cyanocobalamin & Color (INS 110)

    Common Myths

    Myth 1: EAAs Lead to Weight Gain

    Truth: Gaining weight is not a direct result of taking essential amino acids (EAAs) alone. They are indeed essential for the production of muscle proteins and general health. But, weight gain could happen if ingested in excess without reducing total calorie intake. For weight control, it's critical to include EAAs in a balanced diet and take overall calorie intake into account.

    Myth 2: EAAs are only for men, not women

    Truth: Both men and women can benefit from essential amino acids (EAAs). Regardless of gender, they are essential for muscle protein synthesis, recuperation, and general health. The amount of protein required varies depending on a person's body weight, degree of exercise, and fitness objectives. Women who want to improve their muscle mass or athletic performance may find that EAAs are a useful supplement.

    Myth 3: BCAAs are enough with no need for EAAs

    Truth: Essential amino acids (EAAs) offer the whole range of amino acids required for good health, whereas branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs) are helpful for the synthesis of muscle protein. If one just takes BCAAs, there might be gaps in their intake of important amino acids, which could restrict the body's capacity to repair and rebuild tissues.

    Myth 4: EAAs should ONLY be consumed on workout days

    Truth: EAAs are beneficial on days when you work out as well as days when you don't. Even though they promote muscle growth and post-exercise recovery, eating them on non-workout days can help maintain a continuous supply of essential amino acids for total protein synthesis.

  • Faq

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    Q What does EAA supplement do?

    Ans: Essential amino acid supplements are a combination of specific amino acids that are essential for your body. Taking EAA every day before, after, or during a workout can help increase in protein synthesis which helps in creating a positive protein balance. This all allows you to recover faster and build muscle easily. EAA supplements can also support anabolic exercise response.

    Q Is EAA better than BCAA?

    Ans: EAA and BCAA both have different functions to cater. EAA has a good protein synthetic reaction. On the contrary, BCAA does not have a good protein synthetic reaction. EAA supplement is effective in boosting immunity due to the presence of histidine. However, BCAA supplements do not have this property. But when it comes to preventing muscle fatigue, EAA is less effective than BCAA. Hence, it completely depends upon your body's requirements and what you need and should use.

    Q: Is EAA better than creatine?

    Ans: It depends upon your requirement. Both supplements do similar things, however essential amino acids are considered more useful. EAA helps in muscle building. If you consume lots of protein via your diet or whey protein, creatine is your best friend.

    Q: Does EAA have side effects?

    Ans: Amino acids supplements are good for health. This supplement usually does not affect negatively, still, there is a need to be cautious while taking the supplement. If you are consuming a good amount of protein, then you might not need this one. Every supplement has its own way of working, so must watch for any changes that your body showing. If any negative change, you must visit a healthcare professional to consult.