Scivation Xtend Free BCAA Powder, Crisp Apple, 30 Servings, No Artificial Colors, Flavors, Or Sweeteners

June 22, 2018 - Comment

Scivation Xtend FREE BCAA Powder, Apple Crisp, 30 Servings, No Artificial Colors, Flavors, or Sweeteners Product Features Supports Muscle Growth Supports Recovery Replenishes Electrolytes

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Scivation Xtend FREE BCAA , Apple Crisp, 30 Servings, No Colors, Flavors, or

Product Features

  • Supports Muscle Growth
  • Supports
  • Replenishes Electrolytes


Amazon Customer says:

Great Product This is the first BCAA supplement that I have tried, so I cannot speak on how this compares to others. However, I have been extremely happy with this product. I mix this with water in my Blender Bottle, and it mixes very well. It tastes nice and sweet, sometimes a little too sweet but if I add more water the sweetness is just right.I haven’t used this long enough to see any physical changes. I drink this during my workouts, and I can say that it has given me way more energy during…

Amazon Customer says:

Contains Sugar I was excited to find a BCAA without sucralose. I should have read the ingredients though because this does contain sugar and it is listed first under other ingredients. I think that is probably why this BCAA powder is one of the best tasting I have ever had! Thank you, sugar! It says there is only 1 gram or 1/4 tsp per serving so two scoops per day isn’t adding a ton of sugar but it should be noted that there is added sugar in there. I will still be on a mission to find a stevia sweetened…

Tina E. says:

Best tasting clean aminos so far! This was my 4th try at clean no sucralose aminos and is by far the best tasting. I don’t think any of the others I’ve tried included electrolytes either.I purchased the Strawberry Kiwi and added one scoop to about 20oz water in my shaker bottle. The flavor is light and refreshing and doesn’t have an aftertaste. I won’t even have to doctor this up to drink it. Looking forward to seeing if the electrolytes, B6, and citrulline make a difference during those long workouts.

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