The instant BCAA 2:1:1 version offers perfect solubility as well as ensures even better regeneration after heavy training, higher protein synthesis and stronger protection against muscle catabolism. BCAA Instant is combination of leucine, isoleucine and valine in a 2:1:1 ratio is the key to effective post-workout regeneration, reduction of catabolism during exercise and building of pure muscle mass.
The 2:1:1 amino acid ratio is optimal for our body and guarantees the best possible utilisation of both the anabolic and anti-catabolic potential of branched-chain amino acid supplementsBCAAs – what are they?
BCAAs, or branched-chain amino acids, are among the most popular supplements used by physically active people. This is due to the fact that both everyday practice and the results of scientific research confirm their beneficial influence on the overall athletic form.
BCAAs include: leucine, isoleucine and valine, which belong to the essential group of exogenous amino acids, i.e. amino acids that must be supplied with food or in the form of a supplement as the body is unable to synthesise them on its own. Unlike other protein-building amino acids, BCAAs are distinguished by the fact that they are metabolised not in the liver but primarily in muscle tissue.
Leucine - is considered one of the most important amino acids for athletes. Leucine has a beneficial effect on the process of fat tissue reduction, contributing to the improvement of body composition. This amino acid has a universal application in all sports disciplines, regardless of the level of advancement. Without adequate amounts of this amino acid, the process of muscle protein synthesis is much slower.
Valine - protects muscle cells from catabolism and subsequently increases the rate of repair processes. Valine also influences the levels and relations of neurotransmitters, which means that it postpones the onset of fatigue during exercise. Valine protects the liver (hepatoprotective effect).
Isoleucine - participates in the process of protein synthesis, it is responsible for the inhibition of catabolic reactions and stimulates regenerative processes in our body. Isoleucine can mediate the transformation of glucose into natural energy and regulate blood sugar levels. This amino acid promotes tissue and muscle fibre regeneration.
|Nutritional value:||10 g (1 portion)|