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How Do I Take PerfectAmino?

by Dr. David Minkoff July 13, 2016 3 min read 0 Comments

How Do I Take PerfectAmino?

BodyHealth PerfectAmino and PerfectAminoXP tablets and powder the 8 essential amino acids for maximum 99% utilization by the body for building body protein

Many of you have asked us about the best way to take PerfectAmino® so you can achieve maximal benefits. We'd like to simplify the process and clear up any confusion so you can get optimal utilization from our essential amino acid supplement.

Understanding Amino Acids

Amino acids are the building blocks that make up protein, and protein is essential for life. Without it, your body cannot perform normal functions like making muscle, repairing tissue or producing hormones. Protein is a crucial nutrient, without, no body functions can occur. The human body only produces 14 of the 22 amino acids—the remaining eight essential amino acids must come from an external source. Unlike PerfectAmino, other amino acid products do not contain all 8 essential amino acids, or include them in the wrong balance.*

Understanding PerfectAmino

PerfectAmino gives you the exact balance of amino acids required by your body, and because of PerfectAmino's unique design, up to 99% of it is "body available." In other words, the highest possible percentage of the nutritional benefits in the product is available to your body for use in growth, building, repairing and healing. And because almost all of the amino acids are burned or utilized, there is virtually no "acidic waste" or residue left in the body, unlike so many other amino acid products.*

When Should I Take PerfectAmino?

To receive max benefits from PerfectAmino, it should be taken every day, not just on days when you are physically active or sick. Daily consumption guarantees that your body has the nutrients it needs to stay strong and healthy. You can take PerfectAmino with fruits, vegetables or grains. If you’ve already just eaten other fats or proteins, try to give the body enough time to digest before taking a serving of PerfectAmino, usually 1-2 hours will be enough. After taking PerfectAmino, it's best to wait at least 23 minutes before eating proteins or fats to get maximum utilization and absorption.*

What is an Optimal Dose?

According to Dr. David Minkoff, MD, founder of BodyHealth.com, the normal dose for men is between 5-10 tablets (or 1-2 scoops of XP powder) every day. For women, the average dose is between 5-8 tablets (or 1-2 scoops of XP powder) daily.

If you're a professional athlete or are consistently involved in strenuous exercise, you will benefit from increasing your daily intake. For example, take 2-3 standard doses on these days. And if you have any chronic diseases or health conditions, it is recommended that you take 2-3 times your normal daily amount to supply your body with the raw materials needed to build and repair. Do keep in mind that regardless of your health needs, it is not recommended that you take more than 30 tablets ( or 6 scoops of XP powder) in one day.

PerfectAmino does not act as a meal replacement, but it's an excellent addition to any weight-loss program because it helps build muscle mass, and muscle burns more calories as metabolism increases. Each tablet contains less than one calorie.

We hope this answers most your questions about how to take PerfectAmino. For further questions, here is a helpful link for you to browse: https://www.bodyhealth.com/collections/perfectamino

Alternatively, you can get in touch, or give us a call at 877-804-3258.

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Dr. David Minkoff
Dr. David Minkoff

Dr. David Minkoff graduated from the University of Wisconsin Medical School in 1974 and was elected to the “Phi Beta Kappa” of medical schools, the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Honors Medical Fraternity for very high academic achievement. He then completed both a Pediatric Residency and Fellowship in Infectious Disease at the University of California at San Diego. He worked at the University of California and Children’s Hospitals in San Diego as an attending physician in infectious disease while conducting original research on Ribaviron, a broad spectrum anti-viral agent to fight disease. He also co-directed a neo-natal intensive care unit and worked in emergency medicine. In 1992, Dr Minkoff’s wife Sue, a Registered Nurse, became interested in nutrition and health and began to go to lectures from some of the experts in the field. At the time, Dr Minkoff was pretty fixed in his view of traditional medicine and it took a lot of convincing to get him to come to one of these lectures. After hearing Dr Jeffrey Bland speak, Dr Minkoff had a eureka moment and began pursuing the alternative field with a vengeance. Based on this new knowledge Dr Minkoff and his wife set up a small clinic in 1997 to help some friends with their medical problems. What began as an experiment blossomed into Lifeworks Wellness Center, one of the most successful clinics for complementary medicine in the United States. In the process, he gained expertise in Biological medicine, integrative oncology, heavy metal detoxification, anti-aging medicine, hormone replacement therapy, functional medicine, energy medicine, neural and prolotherapy, homeopathy and optimum nutrition. He studied under the masters in each of these disciplines until he became an expert in his own right. Dr Minkoff is one of the most in demand speakers in the field and wrote an Amazon best selling book called The Search For The Perfect Protein. The demand for the products and protocols he discovered became a catalyst for founding BodyHealth.Com, a nutrition company that now manufactures and distributes cutting-edge nutritional solutions for the many health problems of today. Dr. Minkoff writes two free online newsletters, “The Optimum Health Report” and ”The BodyHealth Fitness Newsletter”, to help others learn about optimum health and fitness. Dr. Minkoff is an avid athlete himself and has completed 43 Ironman Triathlons. To keep his fitness maximal, he lives the lifestyle he teachers to others and tries to set an example for others, so they can enjoy a life free of pain and full of energy.



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