Go Condition BCAAs, making quick recovery easy
BCAAs are Branched Chain Amino Acids, referring to their branched molecular structure. BCAAs are essential amino acids, the human body depends on these being consumed in the diet as it cannot make them independently. They are naturally occurring in meat.
Vegetarians have an increased demand for BCAAs as the primary source in the diet is meat. Soy has a lower concentration of BCAAs than may be needed by athletes.
BCAAs provide energy during exercise and support muscle growth by aiding in protein synthesis They promote physical recovery by reducing the breakdown of protein in the muscle, protecting muscle. BCAAs may prevent muscle breakdown due to exercise during times of fasting.
They may be consumed before a workout, during a workout or after workout.
Our 4g BCAA Blend hs the 2:1:1 ratio that has been shown in studies to be optimal for recovery
- L-Leucine (2 grams)
- L-Isoleucine (1 gram)
- L-Valine (1 gram)
Our blend also includes 1g of L-Glutamine
L-Glutamine is found in all sources of protein, and animal protein contains higher concentrations.
It is considered “conditionally essential”, meaning in cases of specific illness glutamine may not be produced by your body.
It is a critical fuel source for the immune system as it acts as a nitrogen shuttle, receiving and donating nitrogen when needed.
As a post exercise fuel for muscles it may reduce soreness after an intense workout and promote a healthy recovery response after a workout.
One study concluded that Glutamine reduced the oxidation of Leucine and increased the synthesis of proteins and muscles of rats.