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InnovAAte Inventor’s Experience: Golf at 76 – still going strong!

By Tim Roberts / 28/09/2021 /

When I started drinking the ElectrAAte during my game of golf, my stamina and game improved tremendously. Golf used to be exhausting for me, but not now. Until I started taking ElectrAAte with me on my round of golf, I would regularly start to miss shots as I became tired after reaching the half way…

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Testimonial: OptimAAte and sleep

By Hugh Dunstan / 22/09/2021 /

Lack of sound refreshing sleep has been an issue for Nigel     Nigel from Newcastle, Australia, September 2021. Hear Nigel tell the story about how his sleep drastically improved after using OptimAAte regularly (49 sec). Sleep is an important component of vitality, well-being and good health and independent studies have shown that one of the amino acids…

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FREE Shipping in Australia: Bundle products to match your personal goals

By Hugh Dunstan / 15/09/2021 /

FREE Standard Shipping in Australia Shop for OptimAAte® and ElectrAAte® here. To help you make choices, we have provided some suggested combinations of InnovAAte products tailored for various applications and personal goals. General use: OptimAAte® was designed to take daily to provide the high-demand amino acids for an active life-style. This can also be used as a pre-work out…

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InnovAAte: Amino Acid Spring Down-Under Newsletter

By Hugh Dunstan / 15/09/2021 /

Welcome to InnovAAte’s Spring Down-Under Newsletter: Replenish the high-demand amino acids for an active lifestyle. Shop at InnovAAte InnovAAte are celebrating the Spring Down-Under by introducing: FREE standard shipping for orders in Australia. To help you make choices, we have provided some suggested combinations of InnovAAte products tailored for various applications and personal goals. FREE…

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Turning back the clock: maintaining muscle mass as you age

By Hugh Dunstan / 12/03/2021 /

Tim Roberts writes another excellent article about “maintaining muscle mass as we age” in the March-April edition of Hunteria for the Hunter Region Vietnam Veterans. This article covers important insight about how to stay healthy for longer and use exercise to sustain well-being as we get older. Usage of OptimAAte and ElectrAAte as directed, may…

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InnovAAte: Amino Acid Newsletter, Issue 4

By Hugh Dunstan / 14/12/2020 /

Welcome to InnovAAte’s Spring into Summer Newsletter: amino acids for maintaining good health and vitality. Shop at InnovAAte Summer is here. Keep your hydration up and optimise your fun in the sun. Please help us get noticed If you can find a minute to write a short Google review (here) including the words “amino acids”,…

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InnovAAte: Amino Acid Newsletter, Issue 3

By Hugh Dunstan / 27/10/2020 /

Welcome to InnovAAte’s Spring into Summer Newsletter, with a focus on how our amino acids can help with weight loss and hydration. Shop at InnovAAte Spring 2020 is here and summer is just around the corner. People are going on weight loss challenges to get trim for the summer. Here, we have some new insights…

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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, Amino Acids and You

By Hugh Dunstan / 07/09/2020 /

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 role in promoting sound sleep. Getting enough sleep is as important for your body as eating right, exercising, and practising good dental hygiene. That’s because lack…

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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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