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|Product Name:||BCAA Powder (2:1:1)||Color:||Write Powder|
|Other Names:||Branched Chain Amino Acids||CAS No:||69430-36-0|
|Compose:||L-leucine, L-valine , L-isoleucine|
What is Branched Chain Amino Acids? BCAAS
Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. Branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) are so called because of their structure, which includes a “side chain” of one carbon atom and three hydrogen atoms. There are three BCAAs: leucine, isoleucine, and valine. Of these, leucine is the most heavily researched, and appears to offer the biggest physiological benefit. (More on that below.)
For the science geeks, these hydrophobic (water-fearing) amino acids are referred to as “aliphatic” (from the Greek aleiphar, or oil), as their central carbon attaches to a branched non-cyclic, open carbon chain.
Branched-chain amino acids stimulate the building of protein in muscle and possibly reduce muscle breakdown. Branched-chain amino acids seem to prevent faulty message transmission in the brain cells of people with advanced liver disease, mania, tardive dyskinesia, and anorexia.
What it'll do for you: Branched-chain amino acids are often used to treat Lou Gehrig's disease, brain conditions due to liver disease, elderly and cancer patients and people who are confined to bed rest. Some perfectly healthy people use BCAAs to prevent fatigue and improve concentration. But the most relevant to you, perhaps, is the common practice of taking branched-chain amino acids to improve exercise performance and reduce muscle breakdown. While the first use has a fair amount of skeptics, the second is widely accepted in the medical world.
Producr name:Vegan Instantized BCAA Powder
Other names:Branched Chain Amino Acids
Vegan Instantized BCAA Powder is a mixture of THREE branched-chain amino acids formulated in the 2:1:1 ratio of L-leucine: L-isoleucine: L-valine. The product is manufactured by a patented microencapsulation process with sunflower lecithin. The L-leucine is from fermentation.
Health benefits of BCAAs:
BCAAs play an important role in:
BCAAs’ potential impact on the aforementioned processes depends upon availability and dietary intake.
Adequate consumption of BCAAs may help manage body fat, spare muscle mass, and regulate glucose/insulin balance.