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BCAA (Branch Chain Amino Acids)
Product Name: BCAA (Branch Chain Amino Acids)
Synonyms: Branched-chain amino acids
Specification: Instantized also available
Appearance: White Powder
CAS No.: 69430-36-0
Package: For minimal order: 1KG/Aluminium foil bag, 5 bags in a carton . For large quantity: 25KG/Fiber Drum in net weight; 28KG/Fiber Drum in gross weight (Can be customized)

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These branched chain essential amino acids (BCAA) are known as the stress amino acids. Thirty percent of the diet should be proteins when the body is under severe stress,because stress causes protein to break down faster. BCAAs have regulatory effects on overall protein metabolism and are required in larger amounts during stress than are other amino acids (and probably proportionately more leucine than either valine or isoleucine). Furthermore, when given as supplements, BCAAs decrease the rate of breakdown and utilisation of other amino acids and stimulate protein synthesis. Therefore these BCAAs are useful in conditions of stress caused by trauma, surgery, liver failure, infection, fever, starvation, muscle training and weight lifting. BCAAs are unique in that skeletal muscles can use them directly as an energy source.
 
Function: BCAA Used in food and nutritional supplements

1),BCAA supports extreme muscle growth
2),BCAA builds strength and tremendous power
3),BCAA timed release to support anti-catabolic effects
4),BCAA support increased strength and mass
5),leucine critical for mTOR signal for protein synthesis
6),BCAA  and leucine may support improved recovery and reduced soreness
7),BCAA  promote increased endurance exercise capacity
8),BCAA supplementation provides support against catabolism
 

BCAA (Branched chain amino acids) is usefull for athletes. BCAA can either be used to build new proteins or be burned as fuel
Among the most beneficial and effective supplements in any sports nutrition program are branched chain amino acids. These are the essential aminos leucine, isoleucine, and valine.
Essential amino acids cannot be made by the body. You must get them from complete protein foods or combinations of incomplete vegetable foods. There are 9 essential amino acids: histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, and valine.

The essential branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) are of special importance for athletes because they are metabolized in the muscle, rather than in the liver. After digestion, protein is broken down into individual amino acids. These aminos can either be used to build new proteins or be burned as fuel to produce energy.

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