- Leucine, iso-leucine and Valine
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What is Branched Chain Amino Acids?
BCAA’s are Branched Chain Amino Acids consisting of 3 essential amino acids Leucine, Iso-Leucine, and Valine. They are considered essential amino acids because human beings cannot survive unless these amino acids are present in the diet. Together they comprise approximately 1/3 of human muscle tissue.
Who is Branched Chain Amino Acids for?
Popular with individuals from a variety of sectors, involving strength and power, along with endurance and stamina.
BCAA’s are ideal for individuals preparing for, or during a cutting phase; Endurance and stamina athletes for use before, during or after exercise; Serious male and female gym goers; Any athlete looking to supplement a high protein diet with these three important, essential amino acids.
The Benefits of Branched Chain Amino Acids
Amino acids are the building blocks of protein, which has been shown to increase lean muscle mass.
L-Leucine, L-IsoLeucine, L-Valine, Capsule Shell (Gelatin, Colour: E171).
PhD BCAA capsules contain gelatin and are not suitable for vegetarians. No artificial flavours or preservatives. No added sugar.
Each capsule provides: 250mg L-Leucine, 125mg L-IsoLeucine, 125mg L-Valine.
15 capsules provide: 3750mg L-Leucine, 1875mg L-IsoLeucine, 1875mg L-Valine.
BCAA supplements are convenient to use and should be taken around the training window for maximum effect. PhD recommends using BCAA’s before, during and after intense exercise.