HMB-A metabolite of the amino acid leucine. Studies indicate that 3g of HMB daily is effective. One of HMB?s greatest attributes is in minimizing muscle protein breakdown. HMB may help to improve the integrity of cellular walls, intracellular cholesterol and cellular integrity. HMB may also reduce proteolysis inducing factor (PIF). By blocking or reducing PIF, there may be a blunted effect on protein breakdown.
ARGININE-May increase circulation to tissue, helping to transport antioxidants, glucose and amino acids. Arginine may also help heal wounds, repair skin and help achieve nitrogen balance.
GLUTAMINE-The most abundant amino acid in the body. Glutamine assists with immune support, tissue repair, digestive health, growth hormone support and volumization. Supplementation is important to help supply demands with enough left over to support tissue repair.
BCAAs-Up to 1/3 of muscle protein may be comprised of branched chain amino acids (BCAAs).
BCAAs are readily stripped from tissues for a source of energy during intense exercise BCAA replenishment ASAP post workout is essential for maximum recovery
TAURINE-Second most abundant amino acid in the body. It is sometimes called the ?insulin-mimicker? and may help shuttle nutrients along to tissues, which in turn may increase glucose and protein metabolism and decreased muscle catabolism.
Doesnt seem so spectacular to me.