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Gain Weight, Muscles And Thick Body Growth - Reno Amino - #3k, $10

Do you have slender body size or just wish to put on more extra weight? Then Reno Amino is your best solution to add that extra flesh. 

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Why Do You Need Amino Protein?

Your body uses it to build your muscles and develop organs, deliver oxygen to cells all over your body, and keep your immune system working. 

Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins and play an important role in body functions. They are needed for vital processes like the cell building and synthesis of hormones and neurotransmitters (brain chemicals). They may also be taken as supplements. There are 20 different amino acids required for the body to grow properly, of which nine are considered essential. The essential amino acids are not synthesized in the body and must be obtained externally, through diet or supplements which is what Reno Amino basically does. 



It aims to supply these amino acids needed for proper body growth and toning to build each and every organ for proper growth. 


When Reno is consumed, it's broken down into amino which is used for various body processes, such as fueling the body, building muscle, tissue repair, boosting the immune system, synthesis of hormones, functioning of neurotransmitter and enzymes, and other biological processes. The sources are natural which includes animal proteins like meat, eggs, and poultry. Soya, tofu and other special ingredients. 



The roles of the nine essential amino acids perform several important and varied jobs in your body:



1. Phenylalanine: Phenylalanine is a precursor for brain chemicals like dopamine, epinephrine, and norepinephrine. These chemicals are brain messengers. It also helps in forming the structure and functioning of proteins, enzymes, and synthesis of other amino acids.



2. Valine: Valine helps in muscle growth, tissue regeneration, and is required for energy production. Highly essential for human body growth by producing the required hormone for a well developed man and a well developed woman. 



3. Threonine: Threonine is an important part of structural proteins, such as collagen and elastin, which provide structure to the skin and connective tissue and help in the formation of blood clots, thus preventing bleeding. Threonine also helps in fat metabolism and boosting immune function.



4. Tryptophan: Tryptophan helps maintain proper nitrogen balance. It helps in the synthesis of serotonin, a neurotransmitter. Serotonin regulates mood, appetite, and sleep.



5. Methionine: Methionine helps in metabolism, and detoxification of the body, as well as absorption of essential minerals, such as zinc and selenium.



6. Leucine: Leucine helps in protein synthesis, muscle repair, muscle growth, wound healing, regulation of blood sugar levels, and synthesis of growth hormones.



7. Isoleucine: Isoleucine helps in muscle metabolism, boosting immune function, synthesis of hemoglobin, and regulation of energy.



8. Lysine: Lysine helps in the synthesis of protein, enzymes, hormones (collagen and elastin), calcium absorption, energy production, and also immune function.



9. Histidine: Histidine is involved in the synthesis of histamine, which is a neurotransmitter that helps immune function, digestion, sleep regulation, and sexual function. It also helps maintain the myelin sheath (protective barrier surrounding nerve cells).


Promote healthy increase in body size
Promotes cellular energy
Boost overall energy and stamina
Support general health
Enhance muscle cell energy production and renewal
Support new muscle development and retention
Reduce muscle pain and soreness associated with certain medication use
Support cognitive health
Builds a proper masculine or feminine body

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