These amino acids are often taken as a musclebuilding supplement, avoid overtraining in athletes, reduce the sport fatigue. Aminoacids are also suitable for people with cancer after surgery or due to protein catabolic processes that must endure their bodies.
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Ingredients: L-valine (150 mg.), L-isoleucine (180 mg.), L-leucine (270 mg.), Brown rice hydrolyzate (14.4 mg.) Magnesium Stearate (caking) (12 mg)., vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride) (1.21 mg.), Vitamin B9 (folic acid) (0.1 mg.), and Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) (0.0005 mg.). Wrapping (vegetable gelatin) (118 mg.).
Nutritional analysis per 2 capsules: 1482.5 mg protein., - 1.49 mg Carbohydrates., - 10.43 mg Fats. - Energy value (kcal / Kj): 6.03 / 25.2 - Vitamin B6: 2.42 mg. (100% RDA *). - Vitamin B9: 0.2 mg. (100% RDA *). - Vitamin B12: 0.001 mg. (100% RDA *). (*): Recommended Daily Allowance.
Branched aminoacids, also known as branched chain amino acids (BCAA) refer The one type of amino acids that have a linear aliphatic compound. These include: leucine, isoleucine and valine. The combination of these 3 essential aminoacids composed nearly Part 3 of skeletal muscle in the human body and play an important role in protein synthesis. Oxidation of the BCAA has the function to provide metabolic energy to the muscles, as well as other organs applicants it. The skeletal muscle catabolism wears generating a negative nitrogen balance in tissues, BCAAs stop proteolysis. These amino acids are often taken as a bodybuilding supplement, avoid "overtraining" in athletes, sports reduce fatigue. The content of these aminoacids increases during the early stages of exercise and then decreases. These aminoacids are also suitable for people with cancer after surgery or due to protein catabolic processes that must endure their bodies.
Recommended Daily Dosage: Take 1 capsule at breakfast and 1 at lunch. Athletes: 1 before exercise and 1 hour after exercise. Employment: take 1 to 2 capsules with plenty of fluids (preferably juice). Avoid eating foods with protein.
Caution: People with liver or kidney disease should not take large amounts of aminoacids without consulting a health professional. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet, variety and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of children.