The four new amino acid products include two powders – L-Carnitine and creatine – as well as L-Carnitine and branched-chain amino acids (BCAA) in capsule form, said the Australia-based firm.
“Amino Acids are popular as a pre-workout supplement to support muscle health, protein synthesis and reduce protein breakdown during intense exercise and training. The addition of Amino Acids is a natural extension from our protein supplements and supports our Pure Warrior customers training goals even further,” said Dr David Cannata of Swisse.
According to the company, its Pure Warrior range of supplements are a line of Australian produced ‘pure and clean protein formulas’ accredited by the Informed Sport programme, that offer athletes of all levels a line of sports supplements they can trust.
The Pure Warrior range now incorporates nine formulations, including the protein powders, the company added.