Our muscle mass is made of 35% BCAAs (branched-chain amino acids):leucine, isoleucine and valine. These 3 branched chain amino acids belong to the family of essential amino acids. They cannot be synthesized by our body and need to be supplied by food or dietary supplements.
Intensive workouts increase BCAAs needs! BCAAs are different from other amino acids because they are instantly metabolized in the muscle and are not stored in the liver. BCAAs are absolutely indispensable for athletes. Theyprevent protein breakdown, they promote and acceleratemuscle recovery. BCAA can be taken before and after training. Taken before training, they minimize muscle breakdown during a workout. Taken afterward, they contribute to optimizing recovery. Leucinestimulates protein synthesis and is a source of energy during a workout. Isoleucine and valine complement the effects of leucine for lasting action. Vitamin B6improves the assimilation of BCAAs In case of a vitamin B6 deficiency, BCAAs are less quickly assimilated by the body, and their action is delayed. The combination of amino acids and vitamin B6 makes it possible to compensate for any potential deficiency, for optimal recovery.
BCAAs - indispensable for recovery!
- Helps rebuild muscle - 700 mg of BCCAs/ capsule
- Rich in vitamin B6 for faster absorption of BCCAs into the muscle
Use of Performance BCAA
Take 3 capsules before and 2 capsules afterphysical activity, i.e. 5 capsules per day.