BCAA: The Many Benefits Of Branched Chain Amino Acids
Provides Stamina and strength for athletes and sports persons.
In recent years, branched chain amino acid supplements have come back into 'vogue' in the bodybuilding and fitness community and with good reason. There's research that supports the use of BCAAs.
While BCAA supplementation may be useful for gaining mass, BCAAs are especially helpful for maintaining muscle mass while on a calorie-deficit diet. They're particularly useful for sports competitors who take their physiques to be lean and strong - and health of course.
Dieting is catabolic, which means it can lead to muscle breakdown, for several reasons. The leaner a body gets, the more likely it is to lose muscle mass as the body tries harder and harder to hold onto body fat stores. In doing so, the body will turn to muscle to satisfy its energy needs.
Working out compounds the metabolic effects of dieting. The leaner one becomes, the more lethargic one can become. Decreased energy intake and decreased glycogen storage make for some rough training sessions. If you're too tired or weak to lift as heavy as your body was getting used to, your muscles will adapt, and they won't use as much energy to get the work done.
Take One Tab Daily After Any Meal
Cyanocobalamin (B12) 55mcg Thiamine Hcl (B1) 5.5mg Riboflavin (B2) 5.5mg Pyridoxine Hcl (B6) 11mg Nicotinamide (B3) 5mg Paba 5mg Elemental Zinc 500mcg Elemental Magnesium 1mg Elemental Manganese 200mcg L-Leucine 160mg L-Isoleucine 100mg L-Valine 120mg Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) 50mg