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    Synerplex Amino Acids – Replacing My Aminoplex

    By Mark Schauss | September 1, 2009

    This is a small plug for the new amino acid blend I created recently called Synerplex Amino Acids. It is meant to not only replace My Aminoplex which was carried by another company for a few years but to greatly improve the formula. The new formula contains increased levels of co-factors that were in the My Aminoplex namely vitamin B6, magnesium and zinc. New to the formula is vitamins B12 and B5 (Pantothenic acid). I decided to remove folic acid as there is quite a bit of folate being added to our diets and supplements and I felt that having another source may cause oversupplementation of this B vitamin.

    More unique supplements, electrolytes and herbals will be available at the Knowledge Through Solutions website in the coming months. Hopefully in a week or so, a new and improved version of Peltier Electrolytes will also be available. We are naming it Synerplex Electrolytes Maintain (similar to the old standard formula), Recover (replacing the executive formula) and Active (replacing the sports formula).

    Topics: Supplements | 1 Comment »

    One Response to “Synerplex Amino Acids – Replacing My Aminoplex”

    1. Kathleen Says:
      May 11th, 2010 at 3:22 am

      Hi Dr. Schauss:
      My doctor (an alternative MD) tells me to avoid all artificial sweeteners. Should I avoid the Synerplex Amino formula that’s sweetened, then? I already put a scoop of BCAAs in my post-workout drink, which is a scoop of whey, plus a scoop of glutamine, plus a scoop of creatine? Would taking your formula be redundant?
      I am nearly 55 and work out hard, but frustrated to have little to no muscle growth. Getting lean is VERY frustrating! I take bioidentical hormones (estro, prog and test). A saliva test shows I have adrenal fatigue, so my MD put me on natural hydrocortisone for 6 months to rest my adrenal glands. Also taking DHEA and natural thyroid (low thyroid function). A single workout can wipe me out but I can’t NOT go to the gym! Not sure what to do!