Unlike other amino acids, CLASSIC BCAA by-pass the liver and are instead directly available to the working muscles to be used as fuel, stimulate protein synthesis, reduce muscle breakdown, and aid recovery. Fat burning results when combined with a strength program.
Why are amino acids important for muscle?
Amino acids in food make up protein. When protein is digested it is once again broken down into specific amino acids, that are then selectively put together for different uses. These new proteins formed in the body are what make up most solid matter in the body: skin, eyes, heart, intestines, bones and, of course, muscle.
AMINO ACIDS ARE THE BASIC BUILDING BLOCKS OF THE BODY. They are also sources of energy, like fats and carbohydrates. However, amino acids are structurally characterised by the fact that they contain nitrogen (N), whereas fats and carbohydrates do not.
THEREFORE, ONLY AMINO ACIDS ARE CAPABLE OF FORMING TISSUES, ORGANS, MUSCLES, SKIN AND HAIR.
The importance of amino acids as the precursors of enzymes and neurotransmitters is often underestimated. As such, amino acids regulate almost all of the metabolic processes in the human body, and they are essential for a healthy body.
Maximizes lean muscle weight gain
Reduces muscle breakdown
Boosts muscle recovery post w.o
Advanced amino acid profile
+ BCAA - isoleucine, leucine & valine
Dynamic phased absorption
Low fat, Sugar free
Nutrients: 100g Serving Energy (kJ) 415 41 Glycemic Carbohydrates (g) 26 2.6 of which sugars 25.5 2.6 Protein (g) 60 6 Total Fat (g) 0 0 Dietary Fiber (g) 0 0 Sodium (mg) 600 60 Maltodextrin (mg) 25400 2540 Citric Acid Anhydrous (mg) 8500 850 Amino Acids: L-Isoleucine 1500 L-Leucine 3000 L-Valine 1500
*6000mg BCAA Per Serving
Ingredients: BCAA 2:1:1, Maltodextrin,
Citric Acid Anhydrous, Flavour, Sucralose, Sodium