Bcaa Powder Ingredients
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Bcaa Powder Ingredients

Product name: Bcaa Powder
Active Ingredient: l-leucine, l-valine, l-isoleucine
Specification: 2:1:1; 4:1:1
Particle Size: 100 mesh
Extraction method: Synthesis
Appearance: white fine powder/granule

Bcaa powder ingredients description

BCAA powder is three of the 20 amino acids that synthesize human protein. These three are leucine, valine and isoleucine, which are all essential amino acids. Under normal conditions, the body cannot synthesize BCAA, so it needs to be transformed into useful components of the body through external food. Therefore, people should pay attention to supplementing branched chain amino acids during exercise.

Bcaa ingredients function and application

As a carrier of nitrogen, branched chain amino acids assist in the synthesis of other amino acids required for muscle synthesis. In short, it is a process of synthesizing complex and complete muscle tissue from simple amino acids. Therefore, branched chain amino acids stimulate the production of insulin, whose main role is to allow peripheral blood sugar to be absorbed by muscles and used as a source of energy. The production of insulin also promotes muscle absorption of amino acids. Branched chain amino acids have both synthesis and anti decomposition effects, as they can significantly increase protein synthesis, promote the release of related hormones, such as growth hormone (GH), IGF-1 (insulin-like growth factor-1), and insulin, and help maintain a reasonable testosterone/cortisol ratio.

Branched chain amino acids also have a very good anti decomposition effect, as they help prevent protein breakdown and muscle loss, which is very important for those who are in the pre competition stage of diet control. At a time of low calorie intake, it is strongly recommended to use branched chain amino acids, as the rate of protein synthesis decreases and protein breakdown increases. Just like when eaten protein is digested and absorbed, protein is hydrolyzed and broken down into simple, soluble substances such as peptides and amino acids, otherwise there is a risk of muscle loss.