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Nutrabio shares formula, flavors and price for its all-day product Amino Kick

Nutrabio Amino Kick

This week, Nutrabio’s promising and competitive energy-infused amino supplement Amino Kick is rolling out to retailers and making its way onto shelves. As announced last week, the reputable brand is giving its many brick-and-mortar retail partners a two-week exclusivity on the product, so until early March, physical stores are the only place you can get it.

Nutrabio has passed on everything you need to know about Amino Kick to go with its highly-anticipated launch, from ingredients and dosages, to tub size and flavors. The formula the brand has packed into Amino Kick is about as clean and clear as you’d expect from Nutrabio, with a facts panel that outlines its recovery-supporting aminos, energy ingredients, and electrolytes for hydration.

Full formula

You can see the complete formula powering Amino Kick in the image below, with a combined 6g of 14 different amino acids, including 2.5g of BCAAs, and eight of the nine EAAs at a total of 3.25g. You then have all of the hydration supporting ingredients with the likes of CocoPure coconut water at 250mg and 294mg of pink Himalayan salt, and the 160mg energy blend featuring green coffee providing 100mg of caffeine and green tea.

Nutrabio Amino Kick Label


The menu of Nutrabio’s Amino Kick is large, with a solid six different tastes to choose from right from the get-go. The flavors are Passionfruit Pineapple, Orange Mango, Blue Raspberry, Georgia Peach Tea, Raspberry Lemonade, and Grape Berry Crush. Some of those are options from other Nutrabio supplements, so there is definitely some familiarity for fans in there.

Retail price

Once again, Amino Kick is expected to be making its way out to Nutrabio’s many brick-and-mortar retailers throughout this week, with the exclusivity ending around the beginning of next month and the product going live at The energy-infused amino supplement has a recommended retail price of $23.99 for a tub of 30 full servings, making it extremely competitive next to some of the well-established names in the category.