Vega's Sport Recovery Accelerator is an all-natural, plant-based recovery drink mix that was specifically developed to address the main elements of post-workout recovery. These include muscle glycogen replenishment, muscle tissue repair and protein synthesis, hormonal support, soft-tissue repair, immune system support, inflammation reduction, and hydration. The formulation works to target these critical areas of your recovery by using of a blend of synergistic plant-based ingredients. Vega added glucosamine, maca, devil's claw, L-arginine, and American ginseng to the blend, which work to speed your recovery time and to replenish electrolytes lost throughout your workout. The formula also reduces inflammation, muscle and joint pain, as well as effectively supporting your immune system. The Vega Sport Recovery Accelerator also includes a 4:1 ratio of carbohydrates to protein, which is a combination known to increase muscle glycogen re-synthesis -- a crucial component of an effective post-workout recovery. The Vega Sport Recovery Accelerator is available in Tropical and Apple Berry flavors. It comes in a single 19oz container. Please note that Vega recommends taking its Recovery Accelerator within 20 minutes of concluding your workout. READ OUR REVIEW
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