It is a dietary supplement containing essential amino acid with the addition of arginine, tyrosine, cysteine and glutamic acid in the ratio balanced and in line with the requirements.
Aminotonic Evo is indicated for children with poor growth to increase protein synthesis, thanks to the optimum of all essential amino acids.
Supplementation with essential amino acids is a valuable nutritional support, both in children and in adults, to fight protein malnutrition related to:
– phases of post-operative trauma, sepsis, burns
– inflammatory bowel disease or surgery
– nephropathy: renal failure, status of pre- dialysis, proteinuria
– liver disease: liver failure, chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis
– neurological pathology: infantile cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, autism, epilepsy, stroke, multiple sclerosis, SLA
It can be also used in special diets, such as diet based on vegetable protein, soy milk or rice with low-calorie diets and nutrition.
Aminotonic Evo contains:
• nine essential amino acids (isoleucine, leucine, valine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan and histidine);
• cysteine, for the formation of tissues and for the synthesis of collagen and keratin
• tyrosine, important for the synthesis of neurotransmitters
• arginine, necessary for the synthesis of hemoglobin and nitric oxide
• glutamic acid, important for the synthesis of glutathione with antioxidant function.
For more information, see SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCES.
Dietary supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied diet, balanced and healthy lifestyle.
Aminotonic Evo is a dietary supplement of essential amino acids with the addition of arginine, tyrosine, cysteine and glutamic acid in a balanced ratio and in line with the needs.
Aminotonic Evo is packed in a protective atmosphere to preserve the amino acids from oxidation by atmospheric oxygen; a sachet contains 2.2 g of amino acids, of which 1.8 g of AAE.
The pleasant orange taste favors the assumption on the part of children.
Dosage: One or more sachet a day, as recommended by the doctor.
How to use: Dissolve the contents of one sachet in 50-100 ml of water (or other beverage), one or more times per day
Packaging: 20 sachets of 3.8 g
Storage: Store at room temperature in a cool, dry place. Avoid exposure to sources of localized heat, direct sunlight and contact with water. The expiry date refers to the product properly stored. Any slight variation in color is not an indication of quality deterioration of the product. Do not dispose into the environment after use.
Warnings: Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Do not mix the product with liquid too hot. Keep out of the reach of children under three years of age. Dietary supplements are not intended as a substitute for a varied diet, balanced and healthy lifestyle. You must consult your doctor in case of prolonged use ( over 6-8 weeks). If you suffer from liver or kidney, pregnant women and children under 12 years old, consult your doctor before use.
Ingredients: Maltodextrin; acidity regulator: citric acid; L-Lisine monohydrochloride; L-Leucine; acid L-Glutammic; L-Phenylalanine; concentrated orange juice powder; L-Threonine; L-Valine; L-Isoleucine; L-Histidine monohydrochloride; orange flavor; L-Arginine monohydrochloride; anti-caking agent: silicon dioxide; L-Methionine; L-Tyrosine; L-Cysteine monohydrochloride; L-Tryptophan; sweetener: sucralose.
for 100 g
for 1 sachet
In a review of 2011 is recommended supplementation AAE equal to 1-1.5 g/10 kg/day in malnourished patients (plasma albumin less than 3.5 g/l) from the time that “this contribution was successfully used in clinical trials published “.1
SOURCE: Francesco S. Dioguardi. Clinical use of amino acids as dietary supplement: pros and cons. J Cachexia Sarcopenia Muscle (2011) 2:75-80
• In an epidemiological study based on several reviews, it was found that half of children with neuropathy and psychomotor delays have gastrointestinal problems and power. The pathogenesis of malnutrition is related to:
– Oral motor dysfunction
– Dyskinesias faringoesofagee
– Feeding behavior repulsive
– Complications: gastroesophageal reflux and aspiration pneumonia
SOURCE: Odding E et al. The epidemiology of cerebral palsy: incidence, impairments and risk factors. Disabil Rehabil, 2006 Feb.
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