What makes Chelated D-Aspartic Acid different?
Chelated D-Aspartic Acid improves water solubility in the body and will sit in the digestive tract as a powder, while absorbing at a much faster rate. As a result, this makes DAACC far more user friendly and digestible. Chelating DAA with calcium may help to increase it's water solubility in one's body.
How can DAACC help with athletic performance?
Aspartic acid is one of 22 amino acids involved in the construction of muscle protein. It also plays a key role in gluconeogenesis - a biological process which generates glucose to provide energy for the body’s cells, including those in skeletal muscle.
How many servings of DAACC should I take?
Mix 1 scoop in 8-10 ounces of water or your favorite sports beverage, and preferably on an empty stomach, either 30 minutes prior to exercise, or 30 minutes prior to bedtime. Avoid consuming more than 1 serving at a time, and no more than 2 servings in any 24-hour period.
Can I take more than 1 serving?
We do not recommend consuming more than 1 serving in any 24 hour period.
Who can take DAACC?
DAACC is for any male seeking increased mental and physical energy, greater stamina and enhanced recovery from the rigors of daily life. DAACC is only for use as a dietary supplement, only by healthy adults of the age of 18 & over.
What can I stack DAACC with?
Pre-workout: Stack 1 serving of DAACC with 1 serving of either Ketogenic Pre-Workout or PUMP-XR™, for increased performance and pumps during your workout.
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