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Five more GAT Essentials revealed and featuring a new look

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Details on an updated GAT Essentials Series have come in this week, which not only confirm a new look for the line but a few new supplements for it as well. You can see the updated Essentials Series look in the image above, featuring a much more modern theme more in line with GAT’s new GAT Sport logo. As for the new products, they’re also in the picture with a total of five.

The new additions now confirmed for GAT’s basic Essentials Series are L-Arginine, L-Carnitine, Caffeine, CLA 1250, and the most interesting one of them all, Whey Protein. The first four on that list are all fairly straightforward, individual ingredient formulas. L-Arignine packs a gram of its title ingredient into each of its 180 tablets, L-Carnitine with half a gram of l-carnitine l-tartrate per capsule. You then have Caffeine featuring 200mg of the classic stimulant in each of its 100 capsules, and lastly CLA 1250 with 1.25g of CLA per softgel.

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As for the other GAT Essentials Series supplement — Whey Protein — it does require a little bit more explaining seeing as it is a protein powder. We’ll start with its label which lists per serving, 25g of protein from a blend of whey isolate and concentrate, 3g of carbohydrates (2g sugar, 1g fiber), 1.5g of fat (1g saturated), and a total of 130 calories. GAT’s Whey Protein is due to be available in just the one 68 serving, 5lb tub size to start, with four flavors on its menu in Rich Chocolate, Cookies & Cream, Vanilla, and Coffee.

At the moment the five new GAT Essentials are only being promoted as coming soon, however it is worth mentioning that when they do arrive they aren’t going to look out of place. While The brand’s basic line-up does currently have slightly different branding that is going to change. GAT itself has confirmed that the rest of the Essentials are going to be rebranded over the next few months to match the new look seen on L-Arginine, L-Carnitine, Caffeine, CLA 1250, and Whey Protein.

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