BCAA


Branched-chain amino acids are three common amino acids in proteins, namely leucine, valine and isoleucine, collectively referred to as branched-chain amino acids (BCAA), so they can also be called compound branched-chain amino acids. These amino acids promote anabolism (muscle growth) in two specific ways: 1) insulin release and 2) growth hormone release. The most important of the branched-chain amino acids is leucine, the precursor of ketoisocaproic acid (KIC) and HMB. KIC and HMB build muscle, reduce fat, and provide nutrients to the body. Whey protein is higher in BCAAs and should be supplemented with 4-5 grams after training.

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bcaa and the amino acids in is branched-chain of isoleucine

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