BCAA is essential amino acids L-Leucine, L-Valine, and L-Isoleucine. These three protein sparing amino acids are known as branched chain. It is a well-known fact that amino acids are responsible for protein synthesis, hence the nickname “building blocks.” Studies surmise BCAAs are important for muscle growth & recuperation. Muscle production depends on an increase in protein synthesis. BCAAs are converted to L-Alanine, an important source of muscle energy.* This is done through a process called transamination, which is the transfer of amino groups into other amino acids. BCAAs may also be of benefit to you during extreme dieting by lessening the catabolic (breaking down) effect of muscle tissue. You can see why BCAAs are so important in your quest for muscle growth and recuperation. Your body can not manufacture its BCAAs. They must be supplied through your diet.
L-Glutamine, the free form amino acid, is the single most abundant amino acid present in skeletal muscle. L-Glutamine may support muscle tissue by limiting the degradation of protein through nitrogen retention, glycogen synthesis, and protein synthesis.
The Benefits of BCAA 4:1:1 & Gluramine
- Perfect Anytime for Recovery
- Supports Protein Synthesis
- Promotes Strength & Muscle Repair
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Add 1 rounded scoop to 10-12 ounces of water.
On training days take a one serving daily within 45 minutes after training.
On non-training days take one serving daily between meals.
Or use as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
WARNING: Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Consult a healthcare professional before use if you are taking any medication or have any
medical condition. Not recommended for use by individuals under the age of 18 without parental permission.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.