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So if I sweat, but don’t exercise, do I need amino acids?

By Hugh Dunstan | 08/09/2020

We all love sitting in the sun on a beach or having a drink at our favourite rooftop bar – but in all the fun, you don’t realise how much you are sweating and how much water, amino acids and electrolytes you are losing. In our hot climate we have to sweat to stay cool…

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InnovAAte: Amino Acid Newsletter, Issue 2

By Hugh Dunstan | 07/09/2020

Welcome to InnovAAte’s Spring newsletter with a focus on how our our amino acids can help with hydration. We also take you back to some basics about amino acids and proteins. Fun fact: Did you know that when you are sitting still in the heat, you lose more amino acids per litre of sweat than…

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Sleep, OptimAAte and You

By Hugh Dunstan | 07/09/2020

Over the past many months Nigel and others have reported back to us that a teaspoonful of OptimAAte® before bedtime results in a better night’s sleep. Sleep is an important component of vitality, well-being and good health and independent studies have shown that one of the amino acids in our product, serine, has a major…

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Maintaining muscle mass for the elderly

By Tim Roberts | 07/09/2020

As we age, elderly adults generally lose their strength, muscle mass and function and become more susceptible to diseases as we are seeing with COVID19. This can be due to reductions in exercise and also a reduction in digestive power. Proteins need to be digested to release their building blocks which are required to make…

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Is extra Histidine required in vegetarian diets?

By Hugh Dunstan | 01/09/2020

The supply of essential amino acids such as histidine from plant proteins are largely similar to those found in meat proteins, with minor variations observed between sources. This comparison is based on evaluations of the amino acid compositions in extracted meat proteins. But these do not normally take into account the fact that the meat…

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Beat Fatigue: OptimAAte vs ElectrAAte Amino Acids

By Hugh Dunstan | 28/08/2020

What is the difference between OptimAAte and ElectrAAte?   Invigorate with OptimAAte® OptimAAte® is designed for daily consumption in the morning to provide you with those amino acids which are in the highest demand by the body to keep you active and health. A good supply of the OptimAAte amino acids can help reduce fatigue

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InnovAAte: Amino Acid Newsletter, Issue 1

By Hugh Dunstan | 14/08/2020

Welcome to InnovAAte’s first newsletter about our amino acids! Shop at InnovAAte We’re excited to bring you the latest news and posts from our InnovAAting blog, keeping you updated with how OptimAAte and ElectrAAte can help you reach your best you. Women’s Health Margaret looks into the benefits of amino acids on skin and soft…

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ElectrAAte: Amino Acids and Electrolytes for cyclists

By Hugh Dunstan | 13/08/2020

Testimonial from Trav who has been cycling at the Central Coast whilst using ElectrAAte (August 2020): I tend to cycle most days, sometimes just to work and back (20mins each way at pace) and often a few extra rides during the week of hour or more. (Haven’t raced this year but often get a race…

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InnovAAte Amino Acids: Blogs, Testimonials and FAQ

By Hugh Dunstan | 11/08/2020

Blogs: We are pleased to report that we have published many InnovAAte blogs describing the applications of OptimAAte® and ElectrAAte® under the headings: Flus and Colds Science of Amino Acids General Health Supplementation Exercise and Recovery Fatigue InnovAAte Partners InnovAAte Customer Experience       You can access all of these on our blog page and…

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InnovAAte Amino Acids: Colds, Flu and Ill Health

By Tim Roberts | 11/08/2020

A good supply of amino acids is important to help the body fight infections and recover from colds, flu and ill health. We recover from infections by the action of our immune system which make trillions of specialised proteins that attack the viruses and bacteria. Production of these defensive proteins by the body needs large…

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