Even a novice to fitness and training knows the importance of getting adequate amounts of protein and energy (carbohydrates and fats) into their diets, but how many will know the important role vitamins and minerals play in helping the body to recover and adapt to their workouts?
Protein plays a crucial part as the ‘building blocks’ in the repair and building of muscle, as do carbohydrates and fats in fuelling the process – vitamins and minerals on the other hand help to keep the body at peak efficiency allowing it to build muscle and recover at an optimal rate. Eating plentiful amounts of fruits and vegetables is the ideal route to achieving an intake of these micro nutrients, however it’s always nice to know you’ll be covered should your body be short on any of these valuable vitamins and minerals with Universal Animal Pak’s.
Animal Pak’s have been around for many years and become the trusted by hard working fitness enthusiasts the world over to keep them in optimal condition. The balanced micro nutrient profile of Universal Animal Pak has been carefully formulated to give bodies under great physical demands the nutrients required to function at peak efficiency.
Each ‘Pak’ contains a long list of scientifically proven vitamins, minerals, digestive enzymes, lipotropics and energisers, giving your body everything it needs to run smoothly, allowing you to give everything you’ve got to your training.
- A comprehensive ingredients list of scientifically proven vitamins, minerals and more designed to keep your body all the micro nutrients required for good health and peak performance.
- Specially formulated for serious weight trainers and athletes who place great demands upon their bodies; delivers mega doses of key nutrients, much more than in standard vitamin and mineral supplements.
- Divided into handy packs containing the right amounts and combinations of ingredients within each.
Who’s it for:
Athletes, bodybuilders and anyone else that places high physical demands on their body.
How to use:
Designed to be taken daily; take one serving each day, two when engaged in intense periods of training.