10/Ten BCAA 2:1:1 – 30 capsules x 1000mg There are 20 basic amino acids that are extremely necessary in the occurrence of many biochemical processes in the human body. Of these, 9 are the amino acids that are considered irreplaceable (essential) and cannot be synthesized independently in the body. BCAAs are one of the essential branched chain amino acids. BCAA is a combination of three amino acids with a branched molecular structure – leucine, isoleucine and valine.
Once in the bloodstream, BCAA attaches to muscle cells and fibers and serves as an already available source of energy. The three elements leucine, isoleucine and valine included in the BCAA group do not pass through hepatic metabolism. BCAAs are stored in muscle tissue, therefore their main biological role is to stimulate protein synthesis in muscles. Unlike other amino acids, branched-chain amino acids are metabolized faster and this happens directly in the muscles. This explains their advantage, as they have the ability to support the quality regeneration of muscle cells after heavy training.
In this sense, BCAAs are amino acids with the important property of assisting protein synthesis for the growth of muscle mass and regeneration of muscle tissue. In addition to assisting protein synthesis, BCAAs reduce protein breakdown. BCAAs are considered the most important anabolic and anti-catabolic (those that prevent destructive (catabolic) processes in the body) essential amino acids.
BCAA – leucine, isoleucine, valine (2:1:1), gelatin capsule.
10/Ten BCAA 2:1:1 – 30 capsules x 1000mg Dosage:
Take 1 capsule before training and 1 capsule after training.