Ditch the Whey, Improve your Recovery & Performance with EAA's.

Experience Enhanced Recovery & Performance without the Bloating & Discomfort.

As an active woman striving for personal milestones in fitness, from surpassing strength goals to embracing the endurance of your daily runs or workouts, your dedication is unwavering. Yet, the journey to peak performance is often met with the challenge of finding the right nutritional support, particularly the discomfort and bloating from whey protein that can impede your progress and comfort.

Our approach is tailored to women like you, seeking effective recovery options without the digestive distress. Discover how our solutions can support your training aspirations, enhancing your wellness journey with every workout, without compromise.

  • Whey Protein causing discomfort?

  • Struggling with Recovery?

  • Trying to get back into a training routine?

How Our EAA Supplement Powers Your Recovery & Goals

As we age, our protein absorption becomes worse, meaning we're not getting the Essential Amino Acids we need to thrive. Supplementing with Essential Amino Acids (EAA's) is a crucial step for anyone looking to elevate their fitness game beyond just diet alone. While it's true that you can obtain EAAs through your diet and it remains important to consume whole foods rich in all 9 essential amino acids, the addition of an EAA supplement can significantly enhance your gains, energy levels, recovery process & overall health.

How do EAA's Work?

Essential Amino Acids (EAAs) are the building blocks of protein that the body cannot produce on its own and must be obtained through diet or supplementation. Traditionally found in foods like meat, eggs, and dairy, EAAs are critical for muscle growth, repair, and overall health. Our EAA supplement offers a concentrated dose of these vital nutrients, providing a quick and efficient way to support muscle recovery and enhance athletic performance, especially designed for those who engage in rigorous exercise routines

How do EAA's Compare?

Not all proteins are consumed and used in the same way by our body. Their utility and efficiency can vary substantially.


BCAAs can’t independently convert to protein within the body unless paired with other essential amino acids. Their usability, as a result, is minimal at about 1%. This accounts for any overflow of EAAs from alternate protein sources in the bloodstream.

Whey, Soy, and Pea Powders:

These typically achieve a 16-18% utilization rate, with the remainder being changed into glucose or fats.

Collagen Powders:

Their utilization rates can fluctuate between 16-30%, depending on the particular types or quantities of amino acids incorporated.

Animal Sources:

Red meats, fish, and poultry have a utilization rate of 32%, while whole eggs score higher at 48%. It's noteworthy that only whole eggs achieve this rate; the whites, when consumed independently to evade fats, drop to a 16% utilization rate.


Boasting a unique formulation of pure Essential Amino Acids in the precise ratio, EAA formulas can have upto 99% utilization. As these amino acids are near-fully consumed, waste is negligible, amounting to less than 1 calorie per serving.

Backed by International Society of Sports Nutrition

The International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) has recently provided valuable insights into the role of essential amino acids (EAAs) in enhancing muscle maintenance and sports performance. This organization, renowned for its evidence-based approach to sports nutrition, embarked on a study to demystify the benefits and effectiveness of EAAs in athletic and health-focused contexts.

The findings reveal that EAAs, especially when consumed in free-form, play a significant role in stimulating muscle protein synthesis, promoting muscle health, and enhancing athletic performance. Notably, the study highlights the importance of specific dosages for achieving optimal results and points out leucine's pivotal role in supporting muscle health, particularly among aging populations.

This research underscores the importance of EAAs in supporting muscle maintenance during caloric deficits, maintaining anabolic sensitivity, and aiding in the recovery process post-exercise. By providing a scientific foundation for EAA supplementation, the ISSN aims to guide athletes, fitness enthusiasts, and practitioners in making informed decisions about incorporating EAAs into their dietary plans.

  • 1-2 Servings before/during

    Mix 1-2 Servings with atleast 300mls of water. Studies show starting training with aminos pooled in the muscle increases the benefits.

  • 1 Serving after (If required)

    For very strenuous training, an additional serving post workout can also lead to increased benefits. There is no real benefit to exceeding 15g per day.

  • Taste

    Our product is naturally flavoured - use more water to dilute the flavour as required. Add ice for freshness.

Q & A

What are EAA's?

EAA's or essential amino acids, are the amino acids that we can only get from diet for supplementation. There are nine essential aminos, which are crucial for most bodily functions. When taken in a concentrated supplement dose, they assist the body in improving exercise recovery and performance.

Where is your product manufactured?

All our products are manufactured in South Africa using third-party world class labs & manufacturing facilities.

Is your product Halaal certified?

Yes. Our product is manufactured in a Halaal certified facility.

What is the best way to take EAA's?

Simply add 1-2 scoops with at least 300mls of cold water and shake/mix. Add ice for freshness.

Should I take EAA's before, during or after training?

While drinking EAA's before, during or after will provide benefits. Studies show that drinking EAA's right before you train leads to the greatest benefits as the aminos are already pooled in the muscles.

What is the safe amount of EAA's to take?

EAA's are a natural product and very safe. Studies show that taking anymore than 15g (3 servings) will lead to no additional benefits (unless there are unique circumstances). Studies have also shown that a human can consume around 100g of EAA's before becoming unsafe.

What training can EAA's help with?

Anyone who partakes in any form of hard training with notice the benefits of EAA's.

How do EAA's compare with Whey Protein?

Whey protein in classed as an intact protein, as it contains none essential amino acids and other nutrients such as fat and lactose. While whey protein is a great source of extra protein in a diet, studies have shown that EAA's are much better for stimulating Muscle Protein Synthesis due to their fast & easy absorption into the body.

Can I take EAA's if I have gut issues?

Unlike Whey protein, EAA's require little to no digestion and absorb quickly. This means they won't cause any gut discomfort. Those who experience issues with whey protein may find EAA's very beneficial as a recovery method.

What is the difference between EAA's & BCAA's?

EAA's contain all nine essential amino acids, where as BCAA's contain only three - Leucine Valine & Isoleucine. EAA's also contain these, and research has shown that all nine essential amino acids are consumed together to receive the full exercise benefits.

How long does shipping take?

We ship from Durban. We normally require 1 day to process the order, from there you can expect your order to be delivered between 1-4 days later depending on where you are in the country.

Do you offer a guarantee?

We offer a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee on your purchase if you are unhappy. Contact hello@bareayr.co.za