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AMINO ACID QUICK-SORB (Liquid Amino Acids)


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2 oz.for:$15.60

Amino Acid Quick-Sorb is a liquid containing nine free form L-amino acids that provide a stabilizing effect on blood glucose levels. It is used in situations where there is a need to rapidly increase blood glucose levels, such as endurance sports and reactive hypoglycemia.

Many of our patients who need the product keep it in their car for use when they are driving long distances. When they become fatigued or start to suffer with other symptoms of hypoglycemia, ten or fifteen drops under their tongue will usually relieve the symptoms until they are able to stop and eat. We also have several world class athletes, such as tennis players, who take this product between games or during events to keep their blood sugar and energy levels up.

Thus, Amino Acid Quick-Sorb helps increase your level of concentration and can revive you fairly rapidly. I believe it is a product that any patient with reactive hypoglycemia should keep with them at all times.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
AMINO ACID QUICK-SORB
(Sublingual Free-Form Amino Acids)

**Five (5) drops supply the following amino acids in a base of glycerol and water:
Amino Acid Quick-Sorb Mixture* 55 mg
(L-Alanine, L-Arginine, L-Histidine,
L-Lysine, L-Proline, L-Serine, L-Threonine,
L-Valine, Glycine)

Non-hydrolyzed, naturally produced, free-form L-amino acids.

SUGGESTED USE: Three (3) to five (5) drops under the tongue as a dietary supplement or as otherwise directed by a health care professional.

Contains: 2 oz
Product #: 5223
NDC: 55146-05223

2 oz.for:$15.60


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