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What is BCAA and Importance of BCAA ?

If you are really serious about your physique then I am sure you need to consider this supplement.
BCAA: The name may sound like options for multiple choice question, but truly one needs to consider this powerful supplement. BCAA stands for Branched chain amino acids.

Types of BCAA:

  • Leucine
  • Isoleucine
  • Valine

Why you should consider adding BCAA to your daily meal?

  • Because BCAA is obtained externally and cannot be made by your body.
  • Boosts physical performance and prevents fatigue during heavy work/work outs.
  • It promotes Muscle protein synthesis and protein synthesis is everything if you want to grow muscles. It also helps in post workout recovery.
  • Improves one immune system. Moreover, it has been found in research that mere presence of BCAAs have the ability to restrain the proliferation of liver cancer cells.
  • Beat the heat: if you live in a warm climate then you might consider taking BCAA helps one to experience less mental and physical exertion and physically/mentally perform better even in the heat.
  • Increase Testosterone Levels and hence improves fat burning effects + protection of lean muscles. People who are eager to lose fat and keep their muscle might really benefit from supplementing with BCAAs.
    Low-calorie diet+BCAA=lowers fat percent+retains muscles
    Low calorie=lowers fat percent+chances you will lose muscles too.
    In short, it is an insurance policy for your muscles.
  • Improves Ageing process
  • An effective tool in healing wound
  • Lessen your post workout soreness: After all no pain no gain, right? But, wouldn’t it be great if you could make the same gains without accompanying soreness? You can. BCAAs appears to result in a decrease in flexed muscle soreness in the 48 hours following a workout

Hope this might push you a step ahead towards getting fit. I wish you all to achieve your desired muscular goals.

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