Intra Blast - 30 Servings

    Intra Blast - 30 Servings

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    Intra Blast - 30 Servings Description



    • Boosts recovery while you train
    • Accelerates strength, endurance & performance
    • Replenishes and rehydrates
    • Contains an advanced electrolyte performance matrix
    • Has zero fillers or additives
    • No proprietary blends and full label disclosure.
    • 10G EAAs
    • 7.2G BCAAs
    • 5G Glutamine
    • 2G Betaine


    Intra-workout amino acids have become a staple for any true athlete for one simple reason: They accelerate recovery. Our team at NutraBio set out to design an intra-workout that relied on the latest research on athletes and decided to take the path least followed when it comes to intra-workouts. Instead of copying everyone else and creating a branch chain amino acid (BCAA) product with some under-dosed "bells and whistles," we created an essential amino acid (EAA) powerhouse. Ironically, this revolutionary formula is loaded with more BCAAs than most of the competition, too!

    INTRA Blast, without question, is the most advanced intra-workout amino acid product ever created.

    Every ingredient has an incredible dose to help accelerate your recovery and fuel your performance. Take a look at any competitor on the market, and you'll see that they fall short in some area of their formulation. We recognized this and decided to put your recovery and performance first. What we've come up with is a highly advanced formulation built specifically for the performance and recovery needs of any serious athlete. You TRAIN WITHOUT COMPROMISE, and we've put every ounce of effort into creating INTRA Blast WITHOUT COMPROMISE.

    BCAAs are actually EAAs but there are other critical amino acids to consider besides BCAAs when it comes to repair and growth. The reason EAAs are considered "essential" is because your body can't synthesize them. Unfortunately, most companies don't use the full EAA spectrum because they are hard to flavor and very expensive compared to just BCAAs. At NutraBio, we don't shy away from challenges, which is why we chose to take on this difficult formulation task to combine the best of both worlds in creating INTRA BLAST. Here's an in-depth look at how the formulation works.


    BCAA - Instantized and fermented leucine, isoleucine, & valine (7200 mg)

    • These are in the proper scientifically studied ratio of 2:1:1 shown to support recovery and reduce delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS).
    • Research has shown that these can spare muscle wasting during prolonged exercise.
    • In athletes, BCAAs are proven to provide energy to working muscles.
    • Our BCAAs come from plant sources (fermented) as opposed to animal keratin sources (chemical extraction) such as feathers, hair, etc.

    L-Lysine (850 mg)

    • It is a critical essential amino acid that supports protein synthesis and carnitine synthesis.
    • It is essential to helping the formation of collagens utilized to form connective tissues such a ligaments, tendons, and joints.
    • It is crucial in helping the body utilize calcium for various processes.

    L- Threonine (850 mg)

    • It is a critical essential amino acid that aids in facilitating proper responses to high-stress scenarios created by intense exercise.
    • Like lysine, it is an essential component to help facilitate proper formation of collagens utilized to form connective tissues such a ligaments, tendons, and joints.
    • It is also critical in the formation of anti-bodies and maintaining proper metabolic function.

    L-Histidine (450 mg)

    • It is a critical essential amino acid, which combines with beta-alanine to form skeletal muscle carnosine to support endurance. Carnosine plays a crucial role in hydrogen ion buffering and as an intramuscular anti-oxidant.
    • As a precursor to histamines, it is extremely important for immune response and supporting the role of anti-oxidants.

    DL-Methionine (300 mg)

    • It is a critical essential amino acid that helps the body in synthesizing creatine.
    • It serves as a precursor to glutathione, one of the most important antioxidant tripeptides formed by the body.
    • It has the ability to bind with selenium, which is a critical trace element involved in numerous metabolic processes.

    DL-Phenylalanine (300 mg)

    • It is a critical essential amino acid that helps the body repair and support the central nervous system.
    • It serves as a potent precursor for numerous neurotransmitters that are critical in muscle activation and movement.
    • It has the ability to affect mood states and has been shown to support positive thoughts.

    L- Tryptophan (55 mg)

    • It is a critical essential amino acid in the formation of numerous neurotransmitters related to mood and performance.
    • It has also been demonstrated to have the ability to have a positive impact on pain perception.



    • This is the most prevalent non-essential amino acid in the body, which has shown to affect hydration status of skeletal muscle cells.
    • It has been shown to have a role in resynthesis of both protein and glycogen.
    • It also demonstrates the ability to support the synthesis of many compounds critical to energy and repair, such as ATP, DNA, and RNA.


    Betaine anhydrous (2000 mg)

    • This amino acid has been shown to increase power and strength output due to its supporting role for the body's creatine production. Essentially, it can help increase your reps with a given weight.
    • It has been shown to have a positive effect on fat and energy metabolism.
    • It has also been shown to have a positive effect on hydration and supports healthy nitric oxide levels.

    L-Ornithine Alpha-Ketoglutarate 2:1 reacted (OKG) (1000 mg)

    • It has been demonstrated to have a positive role in boosting recovery and supporting protein synthesis.
    • It can help improve training by diminishing the effects of ammonia build-up from working muscles.
    • Our OKG is fully reacted, which means it is positively bonded. It is in the exact same form that the positive research studies were based on.


    TAURINE (2000 mg)

    • It helps maintain proper water balance in the muscle during training due to its osmotic properties.
    • Supplementation optimizes training endurance and is clinically proven to improve performance.
    • Supplementation while training helps replace losses of taurine caused by intense training.


    • This advanced ingredient serves as a donor for multiple electrolytes in one shot.
    • Electrolytes serve a crucial role in maintaining water balance throughout the body and facilitating motor neuron function.
    • We employed this innovative ingredient to ensure that you are loading with sufficient electrolytes to perform at your best.


    • Research has shown that taking sodium reduces an athlete's susceptibility to thermoregulatory strain and increases exercise capacity.
    • The more you sweat, the more your body loses sodium, so it's critical to replace it while you are training intensely.


    • Exercise can deplete magnesium, and it's extremely important to replace these losses attributed to intense exercise.
    • Magnesium is critical in processes related to ATP production, oxygen movement into the muscle via 2,3-diphosphoglycerate (2,3-DPG), and over 300 other physiological processes important to athletes.


    Ingredient or Claim
    NutraBio INTRA BLAST
    (24g Serving Size)
    Competitor 1
    (13g Serving)
    Competitor 2
    (10g serving size)
    Competitor 3
    (14.5g serving size)
    Competitor 4
    (10g serving size)
    Contains efficacious doses of all the EAAs and BCAAs YesNO
    Contains only 7g of BCAA's
    Contains amino acid fillers used in protein spiking like glycine.
    Contains amino acid fillers used in protein spiking like glycine.
    Contains amino acid fillers used in protein spiking like glycine.
    Contains 5g of GlutamineYes Contains only 2.5 grams NODosage hidden by a proprietary blend.NO
    Contains 2 g of Betaine AnyhydrousYesNoNoNoNo
    Contains 1g of Ornthine Alpha-ketoglutarateYesNoNoNoNo
    Contains full spectrum of electrolytes        YesYesNoNoNo
    Uses proprietary blend to hide ingredient levels NoYesYesYesYes

    To help athletes even further, we decided to make a commitment to stop using fillers, excipients, and other potentially unhealthy or unneeded additives. We pride ourselves on purity. We admit, it wasn't easy or cheap to do this, but in the end, even the companies claiming they don't have proprietary blends can't make this claim. Honestly, it just took some serious investing on our part when it came to R&D to achieve this monumental standard, which is unheard of in the supplement industry. But again, we are athletes just like you, and we want clean supplements.



    Hopefully by now, we have you looking at your current intra-workout and questioning its formulation. We admit, that's our goal here. So if you still have doubts about INTRA BLAST, we're going to simply ask you the following questions:

    • Why doesn't your intra-workout tell you how much flavoring and sweeteners it uses?
    • Why does your intra-workout contain additives like soy lecithin when it's not necessary?
    • Why does your intra-workout contain artificial coloring like FD&C Red #40, FD&CBlue #1, etc.?
    • Why does your intra-workout contain silicon dioxide, silica, or calcium silicate when it's not necessary?
    • Did you know that INTRA BLAST and the other 300+ products NutraBio makes DO NOT CONTAIN any of these unhealthy or unnecessary ingredients?
    • Did you know that NutraBio tells you exactly how much flavoring and sweetener you are getting?


    Unnecessary IngredientNutraBio INTRA BLASTCompetitor 1 Competitor 2 Competitor 3 Competitor 4
    Contains potentially harmful artificial colors like Red #40, Blue #1, etc.NoYesYesYesYes
    Contains chemical excipients like calcium silicate, silica, or silicon dioxideNoYesYesYesYes
    Contains unnecessary soy lecithinNoNoNoYesYes
    Uses proprietary blend to hide sweetener and flavor levelsNoYesYesYesYes
    "Other ingredients" listed are in a proprietary blend.NoYesYesYesYes

    If you've read this far, you can see why we are so excited about INTRA BLAST. To be real with you, we created this because the members of the formulation team at NutraBio are also athletes. Some of us are weight lifters, some of us, like our CEO Mark Glazier, are life-long martial artists, some of us are bodybuilders, and some of us even do CrossFit. At the end of the day, we all just want to train hard and see results, just like you.

    This is why we've developed the most thorough intra-workout ever created, and even our competitors agree with us. If by now you aren't convinced, all that we ask is that you compare our supplement facts panel to your favorite intra-workout product. Take a long, hard look at both of them and ask yourself, who created theirs WITHOUT COMPROMISE? If you're still not convinced, come take a tour of our factory and meet the team. Our doors are always open.

    Intra Blast - 30 Servings Supplement Facts Panel, Label Image, and Suggested Use

    Ingredients may change from time to time as we update our products. Please check the label on the bottle.

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    Supplement Facts Panel for NutraBio Intra Blast - 30 Servings

    Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, mix one scoop of INTRA BLAST into 12-16 ounces of cold water and sip throughout each training session. INTRA BLAST can be consumed before training, between meals, while training, and post workout to boost your amino acid intake.

    WARNING: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. This product is only intended to be consumed by healthy adults 18 years of age or older. Do not use if you are pregnant, breast feeding, have known medical conditions (including but not limited to kidney, heart or liver disease) or are taking prescription or OTC medication(s). Consult with your health care practitioner before using this product.

    Intra Blast - 30 Servings Dietary Restriction Information

    Intra Blast - 30 Servings is...
    Please check individual labels. Flavors may vary.
    OU KosherCertified Kosher by the Orthodox Union.
    VegetarianDoes not contain animal or dairy products.
    HypoallergenicDesigned to lessen the chances of an allergic reaction.
    Gluten FreeDoes not contain gluten. Suitable for individuals on a gluten free diet.
    Filler FreeAbsolutely no fillers.
    Filler FreeAbsolutely no fillers.
    Excipient FreeAbsolutely no excipients or chemical additives.
    BSE/TSE FreeFree of Bovine Spongiform Ecephalopathy (BSE) and Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathy (TSE).
    GMPManufactured in the United States in NutraBio's FDA registered and inspected facility to meet FDA 21 CFR Part 111 c-GMP regulations.
    Full Label DisclosureFull label disclosure guaranteed!. Every ingredient in this product is declared on the label. In addition, the exact quantity of each active ingredient is declared on the label. No ingredients are hidden in proprietary blends, so you know exactly what's in the product.

    We guarantee our supplements to be the freshest and purest: Our powders and capsules contain only pure active ingredient with absolutely no additives. Other manufacturers, in an effort to keep costs down, dilute their products with cheap fillers and add chemical excipients to their products to speed up their manufacturing output. These practices cheat you out of the active ingredient. At NutraBio, we've perfected our manufacturing technology so that excipients aren't needed, that means no microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, silica or other fillers, just 100% pure active ingredient. NutraBio supplements are manufactured under the strictest standards producing the highest quality and purest supplements available anywhere. Our raw ingredients undergo state of the art HPLC analysis to insure zero tolerance for impurities and we manufacture our products every 2 weeks.

    Customer Reviews of This Item

    Average of 4.86 out of 5 from 7 raters
    Just switched over to Nutrabio and taking the Intra blast mid day. I am using it for a post workout drink. The flavor is surprisingly good. I started taking BCAA's about 4 months ago, so I have tried a couple ' different brands. I would say the profile and the taste is the best. It is funny that most of the other products I have used all came with these small scoopers and these are so much bigger. I guess I'm getting what I paid for.
    Written by Daniel from McHenry, IL
    As everyone else says, the product seems to work well for what it claims to do &40;provide energy and support during a workout&41;. I've only had the orange flavor, and there are two reasons I gave it four stars instead of five: 1. I think the taste is too sweet 2. It stained my shaker bottle orange.
    Written by William from Wentzville, MO
    Used while bulking and pumps were out of this world. Recovery was great as well
    Written by Noble Nebetcher from charlotte, NC
    The perfect stuff for going into a workout. The explosive fuel will get anybody through a full workout of intense training. I have been having the Orange Mango which is tasty. This product is worth every cent and I will continue to be coming back for more! 
    Written by Anonymous
    Excellent product with solid ingredient profile. This is basically everything that you would want in an intra-workout supplement and Nutrabio doesn't skimp on dosages. As a serious athlete your main priority should be concerned with if the product works...I can say subjectively I am able to maintain energy levels throughout grueling training sessions and I do seem less sore the following days. The key aspect to getting stronger or getting better in anything is repetition and volume, and this product allows you to get back to the gym quicker all the while feeling fresh. The taste is also excellent, I have had all except green apple and have to say orange mango has been the best thus far. 
    Written by Ben from Bowling Green, KY


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