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Bcaa

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BCAA amino acids are an abbreviation for branched-chain amino acids, i.e. amino acids with a branched structure. These are three essential amino acids: leucine, isoleucine and valine, which the human body cannot produce itself and must obtain them from food or dietary supplements.

Branched-chain amino acids perform many important functions in the body, such as:

  • supporting muscle building and regeneration
  • inhibition of muscle catabolism
  • increasing physical performance and strength
  • influencing the synthesis of anabolic hormones such as testosterone and growth hormone

Who are BCAA amino acids recommended for?

BCAA amino acids are especially recommended for physically active people who practice strength, endurance or mixed sports. BCAA supplementation can help them increase muscle mass, reduce body fat, improve athletic performance, and speed recovery after training. BCAA amino acids may also be beneficial for people on a weight loss diet as they help preserve muscle and prevent sluggishness.

How to dose BCAA supplements?

BCAA amino acids can be found in many protein-rich foods, such as meat, eggs, dairy products, fish, soy and nuts. However, to ensure the optimal dose of branched-chain amino acids, it is recommended to use supplements in the form of powder, capsules or liquid. BCAA supplements are easily digestible and quickly deliver amino acids to the muscles. The best time to take BCAAs is before, during or after training. A single dose should be approximately 10 grams.

Branched-chain amino acids are one of the most popular and effective categories of supplements for athletes and people who care about their health and figure. Visit our online store, where you will find a wide selection of BCAA products of the highest quality and at attractive prices.

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