What is D-Aspartic Acid?
D-Aspartic Acid Powder from THE PROTEIN WORKS™ is a non-essential Amino Acid, meaning that it can be produced by our bodies. Amino Acids are the well-known molecules that help our muscles process and produce protein in our bodies. They’re essentially the ‘building blocks’ of our muscles, however, each can have significant and unique effects.
How does D-Aspartic Acid work?
Found naturally in our nervous tissue D-Aspartic Acid works primarily in the brain to stimulate the release of hormones. Other hormones also released as a cause of D-Aspartic Acid in the body is testosterone. All of which have certain essential functions in our body
Why buy D-Aspartic Acid?
D-Aspartic Acid powder has long been a supplement used by resistance training and exercise fanatics alike. Available in 3 different sizes will give you the opportunity to try out or stock up TPW™ D-Aspartic Acid and realise its full potential.
When is the best time to take D-Aspartic Acid?
D-Aspartic acid should be taken after meals, ideally in the morning. THE PROTEIN WORKS™ D-Aspartic Acid comes naturally unflavoured, meaning that you can add it to any TPW™ shake for added oomph. .
Who should take D-Aspartic Acid?
In short, everyone and anyone should take D-Aspartic Acid, whether you enjoy hitting the gym or just enjoy keeping yourself healthy. D-Aspartic Acid should especially be used for those who may be a little older and may produce fewer hormones. Though, no matter what your sex, age, diet or body goal they should still be added to your essential supplement stack.
What Other Amino Acid Powders Do You Stock?
We have an extensive Amino Acid Powder range all with their own unique benefits. Our range includes the following:
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Disclaimer: Customer reviews are independent and reflect customer's personal experiences. Individual results may vary. Products designed to be taken in conjunction with a balanced diet and training plan.
|100% D Aspartic Acid|
Serving Size: 3g (one medium BLACK scoop)
Add one heaped scoop (3g) to water or juice to your TPW™ Master Blender. Shake well and consume.
Use one serving daily, with your first meal of the day.
IMPORTANT: Before use, please check the included scoop is BLACK. If not, please contact us on 0845-4672411.>
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Q. When should I use D Aspartic Acid?
A. Studies show there isn’t a specific nutrient window with D Aspartic Acid, so you can take the daily 3g dose any time.
Q. What are main reasons for using D Aspartic Acid?
A. To boost T-levels and therefore enhance strength, energy and muscle.
Q. Are there any specific health benefits associated with D Aspartic Acid?
A. Enhanced libido.
Q. How can I tell if the D Aspartic Acid I buy is good quality?
A. We only use the very best ingredients in all our products.
Q.Is D Aspartic Acid suitable for vegans and vegetarians?
A. It is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Q. Can I use D Aspartic Acid with other supplements?
A. Yes absolutely. As an amino acid D Aspartic Acid will go very well with pretty much all other supplements designed to increase muscle mass. Specifically this include Total Mass Matrix, Creatine Monohydrate or the pre-workout RAZE™.
Q. What if any side effects will I get from taking D Aspartic Acid?
A. We haven't heard of any nasty side effects from taking TPW™ D Aspartic Acid.
Q. What effects should I expect from taking D Aspartic Acid alongside my training regime?
A. By favourable altering T-levels you should notice an increase in strength, libido and muscle mass.
Q. Who should take / benefit from using D Aspartic Acid?
A. Bodybuilders and strength athletes. Those new to weight training. People involved in team sports. Those who participate in regular intense training and exercise.