Nutritional Facts BCAA 1000 - 100 caps
|Information BCAA 1000 - 100 caps|
|Serving size: 2 capsules|
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|Amount per serving||NRV*|
|NRVs (Nutrient Reference Values) established in Regulation (EU) 1169/2011 of 25 October 2011. †† NRVs are not established on this occasion.|
How to take BCAA 1000 - 100 caps:As food supplemento, take one dose before training. You may add additional doses after training and at other times of the day, such as before going to bed. Use this product along with a healthy and balanced diet, not as a meal replacement.
- Branched chained aminoacids with vitamins B5, B6, and B12
Scitec Nutrition's BCAA 1000 is made up of a mix of the most important branched chained aminoacids, which together with 3 vitamins of the B group can help improve the absorption and delivery of the product.
Branched chain aminoacids (BCAAs) are an important group of essential aminoacids, which consist of leucine, valine, and isoleucine. These are part of a group of 9 essential aminoacids found in muscle tissue, so that their intake is crucial for the optimal development of all the body's key functions.
Branched chain aminoacids make up a third of bone muscle, and their importance lies in the fact that they endure the most physical stress, meaning that replacing them after physical effort is crucial to promote the recovery process and to facilitate the synthesis of new proteins following training.
BCAA 1000 has been reinforced with vitamins belonging to the B group, which play a direct role in energy metabolism and which reduce fatigue and tiredness. The vitamins contained in this product include:
- Vitamin B5: its role is to support the synthesis of hormones, vitamin D, and certain neurotransmitters
- Vitamin B6: plays an important role in the metabolism of proteins and carbohydrates
- Vitamin B12: it promotes the correct functioning of the immune system