Builder (amino acid blend)

Combination amino acid supplement 150 capsules


Builder (amino acid blend)



Our BUILDER amino acid supplement contains 150 capsules

This is a comprehensive, hypoallergenic source of 19 essential, conditionally -essential, and non-essential “L-form” amino acids—plus Taurine, an amino sulfonic acid—designed to address the needs of individuals who require additional protein support. This formulation uses the highest-quality crystalline amino acids in their “free” form to ensure enhanced bioavailability and tolerance while supporting healthy GI function, repairing and rebuilding healthy muscle and connective tissue, and providing essential amino acids for healthy hair, skin, and nails.

The body needs 20 different amino acids to maintain good health and normal functioning. People must obtain nine of these amino acids, called essential amino acids, through food.

Amino acids are compounds that combine to make proteins. When a person eats food that contains protein, their digestive system breaks the protein down into amino acids. The body then combines the amino acids in various ways to carry out bodily functions.

A healthy body can manufacture the other 11 amino acids, so these do not usually need to enter the body through the diet.

Amino acids build muscles, cause chemical reactions in the body, transport nutrients, prevent illness, and carry out other functions. Amino acid deficiency can result in decreased immunity, digestive problems, depression, fertility issues, lower mental alertness, slowed growth in children, and many other health issues.

Each of the essential amino acids plays a different role in the body, and the symptoms of deficiency vary accordingly.


Trouble Focusing

Tyrosine is an essential amino acid found in protein-rich foods like dairy products, meat, and eggs. Tyrosine helps boost your body’s production of neurotransmitters like dopamine and epinephrine that help you focus, and insufficient tyrosine may cause you to have trouble concentrating.


We all have days where we feel like we’re dragging. But if you find yourself constantly struggling with exhaustion, you may not be getting the amino acids you need to fuel your body.


Amino acids (the building blocks of protein) are vital for the replication of these protein packed cells. Adequate protein intake is therefore critical for providing the amino acids that are needed for normal hair growth. Correspondingly, protein deficiency can cause hair loss, make all types of hair loss worse, and adversely affect any hair loss treatment.

Memory Loss

In addition to its role in energy production, acetyl-L-carnitine has been shown to improve cognition and memory—which is why it’s on my list of top supplements for brain health.  One study found that elderly patients with mild memory deterioration who were supplemented with acetyl-L-carnitine experienced significantly improved mental function. Just make sure it is the acetyl form, as plain l-carnitine doesn’t cross the blood-brain barrier.

Slow Illness Recovery

Insufficient amino acid intake can compromise your body’s ability to recover from infection by slowing the process.

Muscle Loss

In the absence of sufficient energy produced by amino acids, your body may break down muscle tissue in order to fuel itself during intense exercise. And science suggests that long-term supplementation with amino acids may help prevent and treat age-related muscle loss (sarcopenia). In general, your body will break down muscle tissue if it’s not getting enough of even one of the amino acids it needs.

Craving Unhealthy Foods

Do you have an insatiable sweet tooth? Are you crazy for carbs? Your brain might not be getting the amino acids it needs to help you feel satisfied. Neurotransmitters that help control your appetite are made from amino acids.


If you can’t run as fast or lift as much weight as you used to, you might want to evaluate your intake of amino acids from protein. Inadequate protein intake can lead to muscle weakness.

Depressed Mood

Research shows that some amino acids are precursors to neurotransmitters like serotonin and norepinephrine that are associated with depression.

Recent studies suggest that one of the causes of fatigue is stress-induced peripheral and central inflammation. In a mouse model exposed to mental stress, when inflammatory cytokines in the blood and brain were increased, cognitive function decreased. Another study on patients with chronic fatigue syndrome who experienced increased inflammation in the brain found a correlation between inflammation in the thalamus and cognitive decline.  Furthermore, mental disorders, such as depression and anxiety, are frequently caused by an imbalance of neurotransmitters in the brain. Depression is reported to be associated with an imbalance of serotonin, norepinephrine, and dopamine, and reduced levels of γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) lead to anxiety and mood disorders. The amino acids that are the precursors of these neurotransmitters and their metabolites, such as phenylalanine, tyrosine, tryptophan, and kynurenine, are also reported to be associated with mental stress. Specifically, acute mental stress has been reported to upregulate kynurenine/tryptophan in healthy students. Moreover, the maintenance of neural conditions is important for the regulation of mental health. There is a relationship between neuronal axonal damage and fatigue in multiple sclerosis. These reports suggest that several factors, including inflammation and abnormalities in neurotransmitters and amino acid metabolites, affect psychoneurotic abnormalities such as fatigue and mental disorders.

Growing evidence suggests that certain food ingredients affect fatigue recovery, mood improvement, and stress reduction. For example, the daily intake of chicken essence has been reported to aid the recovery from mental fatigue in healthy men, and the oral administration of GABA has been known to help reduce stress and fatigue. Recent studies on the gut microbiome suggest that probiotic materials are important solutions for not only the intestinal environment but, also, mood conditions. See our ALIVE PROBIOTIC

Supplements containing amino acids have also been found to reduce symptoms of depression and other mental health problems; the administered amino acids are converted into neurotransmitters that alleviate mental problems.


Can’t seem to drag yourself out of bed? If you feel like all you want to do is sleep, you could be lacking amino acids needed to energize you.


Suggested Use

1 capsule, 3 to 9 times daily or as directed by a healthcare professional.

Allergy Statement

Free of the following common allergens: milk/casein, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, and wheat. Contains no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.

Serving Size 1 Capsule
Amount Per Capsule % Daily Value
Glycine 55 mg *
L-Leucine 48 mg *
L-Valine 42 mg *
L-Glutamic acid 40 mg *
L-Lysine (as L-lysine HCI) 28 mg *
L-Isoleucine 36 mg *
L-Cysteine (as L-cysteine HCI) 26 mg *
L-Alanine 35 mg *
L-Tyrosine 34 mg *
L-Serine 30 mg *
L-Phenylalanine 24 mg *
L-Threonine 24 mg *
L-Proline 21 mg *
L-Histidine (as L-histidine HCI monohydrate) 14 mg *
Taurine 20 mg *
L-Arginine 18 mg *
L-Aspartic acid 15 mg *
L-Methionine 15 mg *
L-Glutamine 12 mg *
L-Asparagine (as L-asparagine monohydrate) 4 mg *
* Daily value not established

Other Ingredients:

Vegetarian capsule (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, water).

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