Branched-Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs)

No spectrum visualisation available now
Primary Application
Imprint
For what
Skeletal and Muscular
Source
Vitamins and Minerals
For whom
People
Branched-Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) consists of three essential amino acids, which are leucine, isoleucine and valine. BCAAs may be used to increase muscle growth, support lean muscle mass, promote muscle function during exercise, reduce muscle soreness after a workout, reduce exercise fatigue, and prevent muscle wasting or breakdown. BCAAs are great for those who need fuel for their muscles.


Similar ICs
Imprint Essential amino acids are amino acids that the body cannot make and therefore need to be obtained through outside sources like food and supplements...
Imprint Amino acids are essential to life as they are needed to build proteins, help with the production of hormones and blood cells, support the maintenan...
Imprint Arginine + Ornithine combines two complementary amino acids and supports protein synthesis, nitric oxide production, muscle formation, and ammonia ...
Imprint L-glutamine is an amino acid that has a broad range of uses. It is the primary fuel for cells of the small intestine, making it essential for addre...
Imprint The essential amino acids are called that for a reason: they cannot be produced internally, so they must be obtained through the diet or supplement...
Imprint Nettle, also known as stinging nettle, is a shrub which contains many nutrients, essential amino acids, and polyphenols. The leaves have been used ...
Imprint Keto OS NAT is a keto supplement that claims to do a more effective job than similar products in delivering bioavailable ketones to your system. Th...
Imprint The amino acid ornithine is involved in the degradation of ammonia in the liver, and is recommended by Dr Clark as part of a parasite and liver cur...