vitality

InnovAAte Inventor’s Experience: Recovering from a surprise bike-ride

By Margaret MacDonald / 15/09/2021 /

Just before covid set in in 2020, I was on a holiday in Mandurah, Western Australia, visiting my son who had organised a surprise bike riding expedition on Rottnest Island. “How’s your cycling these days, mum?” asked my son on the 5am drive up to the ferry across to Rottnest Island. “Non existent in the…

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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. ElectrAAte® was designed to replace the amino acids, electrolytes…

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What sets InnovAAte apart?

By Hugh Dunstan / 03/09/2021 /

The InnovAAte philosophy Simplicity InnovAAte strives to develop simple solutions using scientifically formulated products with pure amino acids and electrolyte ingredients. There are no complex proteins, carbohydrates, fats, herbal extracts or any other substances that are on TGA scheduled lists or he WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency) list of banned substances. To achieve these goals, we…

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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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Your body works as a protein factory to keep you in top health

By Hugh Dunstan / 25/03/2020 /

Your body continuously removes old proteins and produces new proteins to keep you in top working order. This process is called “Protein Turnover” and involves the daily breakdown of old and damaged proteins and the manufacture of new proteins. Why does this happen? It allows the body to regulate what proteins are ready for use…

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