Branched Chain Amino Acid (BCAA)

Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) represents three out of nine EAAs, Valine, Leucine and Isoleucine. Because of the branched-off molecular structure, these three EAA are called Branched Chain Amino Acids.


35 to 40 percent of human body muscle protein is made up by BCAAs. During intense workout, human body generates energy by metabolizing BCAAs in the muscle and muscle tissue consequently breakdowns. In order to inhibit muscle tissue breakdown and to maintain athletic performance, the ideal blood level of BCAAs need to be kept at certain level.


Even though many high protein content food include BCAAs, it is recommended to take BCAA before, during and after workout.

 

Performance-enhancing supplement for athletes
An ideal mixture of BCAA (branched chain amino acids) with L-Arginine with sustained release technology "cube" is derived from the mathematical term and performance cube can be expressed "performance x performance x performance". Semantic content of performance cube is "energy" x "strength" x "recovery" which any level of athletes deserves to maintain during their performance.


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