Nootropics. Branch Chained Amino Acids. Essential Amino Acids.

Put them all together and what do you have? You have Enhanced Labs Anabolic IV product. People ask us all the time on our customer service line, or in our emails to the Canadian Chemist: What is Anabolic IV? Why is it named that? Why doesn't Enhanced have a BCAA product??!?!?

The answer: Enhanced does have an Amino Acid product that does have BCAA's in it. But it has so much more than just BCAA. You see, the mainstream supplement companies are lying to you and ripping you off. They are charging you forty to sixty dollars for about five dollars worth of BCAA's which are inexpensive by themselves, and then filling the can with even cheaper filler. Enhanced hates mainstream supplement companies for how they treat you, the consumer, the bodybuilder, the athlete, the weekend warrior, the health nut. Why is five dollars of BCAA's worth fifty dollars?

It's not. And they are banking on the fact that you won't do the research. Because if you research it you will find that yes, BCAA's can help build muscle. True. But only in the presence of EAA's.

The Truth, Nothing But the Truth

Here is the full truth: every person doing physical excercise that is consuming BCAA's needs Essential Amino acids to pair with those so that the amino acid profile can be complete, to synthesize new proteins. Without the EAA's, the BCAA's cannot do what they are advertised to do. It simply turns into a con job.

At Enhanced we have paired BCAA's with Essential Amino Acids and with a Nootropic to give you body what it needs to synthesize new proteins, build new muscles, develop new strengths.

A human clinical study found that supplementing with 6 grams of EAAs after a high-intensity resistance training workout raised testosterone levels and lower cortisol levels in comparison to the placebo group. In addition, the EAA group had lower biomarkers of inflammation, indicating better recovery.

EAA supplementation has been shown to support insulin sensitivity and metabolic rate resulting in improved body composition. For example, a recent weight loss study found that the individuals who had the highest EAA intake had the greatest improvements in insulin sensitivity .

Researchers have even speculated that EAAs may reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes since diabetics have dysfunctional EAA metabolism.


And each serving of Anabolic IV also comes with over a gram of nootropics to help your body's overall health, function, metabolism, and brain function while you build those new muslces. A nootropic is a substance that naturally enhances memory and cognitive function without the use of stimulants. Choline bitartrate is an essential nutrient that contributes to the healthy functioning of your brain and bodily functions. Choline bitartrate is very useful for warding off fatigue and increasing endurance capabilities during training. Lion’s mane is a medicinal mushroom that has a long history of use in traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine for increasing memory and cognitive function. L-Alpha-Glycerophosphoryl Choline (Alpha GPC) is a choline-containing phospholipid that enhances cognitive function, increases strength and stimulates the release of growth hormone. Phosphatidyl Serine is a phospholipid that assists in the conduction of electrical impulses and facilitates the activity of neurotransmitters involved in learning, memory and mood.

The Bottom Line

Stop Wasting Money on BCAA Supplements! BCAAs Signal Muscle Protein Synthesis – But No Actual Muscle Can Be Built Unless All the 8 EAAs Are Present.

In order to capitalize on the increased muscle protein synthesis BCAAs provide, you must take the BCAAs with EAA. That’s what really separates Anabolic IV from other amino acid supplements. It contains BCAAs to signal muscle protein synthesis, plus all the EAAs so muscle tissue can actually be built.

Anabolic IV also includes a nitric oxide blend, non-stimulant nootropic blend, electrolyte blend, B-vitamin blend and a fat oxidation and muscle insulin sensitivity blend. Now that’s what a complete formula is all about!

Post Script: Did you see the Generation Iron review on All Day Shred?