BCAA - Branched-chain amino acids are essential amino acids (specifically, valine, leucine and isoleucine). “They are essential, meaning we must get them in our diet because our bodies do not produce them.”
The first thing you’ll experience if you choose to supplement your diet with branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) is immune system support. Every time you go into the gym and lift weights, you are placing an enormous amount of stress on the body.
The second big benefit you’ll experience if you supplement your diet with branched chain amino acids is that you can rest assured that you will not experience deficiencies in overall amino acid levels. Many of those who adopt a vegetarian way of eating will run the risk of not taking in the essential amino acids, so this supplement helps make up for that.
Finally, any time your body is under stress or you are required to take a break from training and doing very little physical activity, you will be at a risk for lean muscle mass loss. This is particular significant in those who are undergoing surgical procedures.
Don’t be the person to let this hinder your goals. Although it may seem like a rather simple supplement, it’s one that will really make a difference in your training, particularly if you are already running a deficiency.
BN’s BCAA 500 contain a potent and precisely balanced blend of the Branched Chain Amino Acids – L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine, which are important building blocks of lean muscle tissue. In addition to their lean muscle building properties, BCAAs are metabolized directly in the muscle, and may thereby improve nitrogen retention by sparing other amino acids for repair and rebuilding. Clinical studies show that BCAAs taken prior to exercise spares muscle BCAA reserves thereby providing an anti-catabolic (tissue sparing) effect, while BCAAs is taken post-exercise with a protein shake, supports muscle building and recovery efforts.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.