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BCAA Muscle Recovery Capsules
BCAA Muscle Recovery Capsules
BCAA Muscle Recovery Capsules
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BCAA Muscle Recovery Capsules

  • 60 X 500 mg  Capsules
  • BCAAs: L-isoleucine,L-leucine and L-valine,
  • Prevent Muscle Tissue Breakdown and Fatigue,
  • Both Men and Women,
  • Absorbed Directly By Muscles,
  • Cardiovascular and Fat Loss Programmes,
  • 2x500mg Capsules After Exercise and 2x500mg Capsules Before Sleep

Protein is composed of 20 amino acids and they each perform a wide range of functions such as maintenance of the immune and nervous systems as well as cell and muscle growth. Of the 20 amino acids the three known together as Branch Chain Amino Acids (or BCAAs) are by far the most important to people who exercise. The three BCAAs are: L-Luecine, L-Valine and L-Isoleucine and they are renowned for their ability to help our muscles recover from exercise.

Whenever we place stress on our bodies by exercising, the demand for BCAAs will increase dramatically. 

What makes BCAAs unique is that they can be utilized very quickly at the muscle site to repair the tissue breakdown which naturally occurs during lengthy periods of exercise. BCAAs are immediately available to the body and do not need to be processed first by the liver or even digested by the stomach in the way that normal food is. 

BCAA’s are also used at the muscle site in the elimination of toxins such as lactic acid and ammonia. These substances build up during exercise and will cause soreness and stiffness if allowed to remain at the muscle site.
It is very important that the branch chain amino acids are supplied together in sufficient quantity to assist muscle growth and repair, and elimination of toxins such as lactic acid.


BCAAs for Athletic Prowess, Muscle Growth and Fat Loss
While BCAAs are normally used by men and women who are weight-training there is plenty of research to show that they can also improve athletic performance as well as assist in fat loss.
Whether you are a runner, tennis player or cross-fit athlete, BCAAs can build muscle tone, burn excess fat, and provide bursts of energy for high intensity exercise like sprinting. Studies conducted on marathon runners have demonstrated that they run faster and with greater endurance if they use BCAAs. The prestigious journal, “The British Journal of Sports Medicine” found that in long-lasting interval sports like tennis, BCAAs are an important source of energy.
Other studies have shown that even when BCAAs don't improve performance, they reduce the athlete's feeling of fatigue, making exercise seem much easier. In a Scandinavian study, seven trained cyclists exercised for 100 minutes, stopping every ten minutes to rate their mental fatigue. Some of the cyclists received BCAAs in a drink and others received a placebo drink. The group taking the BCAAs rated their fatigue an average 15 percent lower than the group receiving a placebo.
Studies on bodybuilders have confirmed that those who use supplemental BCAAs experience greater increases in muscle growth and muscle strength compared to bodybuilders who don't use BCAAs. By supplementing with BCAAs, bodybuilders reduce the need for their body to catabolize (break down) the BCAAs that are already concentrated in muscles during exercise. This sparing effect keeps BCAAs in the muscles and halts the loss of pre-existing muscle.

BCAAs can also aid weight loss programs. When competitive wrestlers were given BCAAs and put on a weight loss diet, they lost 34 percent more stomach fat compared to wrestlers who didn't use BCAAs.

Other Uses of BCAAs

On top of helping athletes, BCAAs are invaluable for various other conditions including:
Stress reduction.
Protection from liver damage and liver cirrhosis.
Treating sleep apnea.
Recovering from surgery.
Improving recovery from heart attacks. 

Good Sources of BCAAs
Isoleucine: Almonds, cashews, chicken, chickpeas, eggs, fish, lentils, liver, meat, rye, most seeds, and soy protein.
Leucine: Brown rice, beans, meat, nuts, soy flour, and whole wheat.
Valine: Dairy products, grains, meat, mushrooms, peanuts, and soy protein.

With the extra pressure our bodies are under when we exercise it is not always possible to get enough BCAAs from our diets alone.
While whey protein contains high levels of BCAAs there are many recent studies that suggest pure BCAAs in either free form powder of capsule form taken immediately after exercise will yield many of the same results, especially in the areas of muscle sparing and growth.

How and When to Take BCAAs
The most convenient way to take these three aminos is in combination form either as a powder or as a capsule. The commonly accepted breakdown is 50% L-Leucine, 30% L-Valine and 20%L-Isoleucine.
So, if you are taking a 500mg capsule, you should expect to get 250mg of L-Leucine, 150mg of L-Valine and 100mg of Isoleucine.
The recommended dose for capsules of this size is two after training and two before bed when muscles are repaired by the release of growth hormone during sleep. It is ok to take more than this as higher amounts are quite safe.

Musashi's BCAA capsules are GMO free and contain no sugar, salt, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, soy, egg, shellfish or preservatives. 


Also Take With: Creatine, Protein Powders, L-Glutamine and L-Carnitine. For more information Click Here

BCAA Muscle Recovery Capsules
Best Before: 11 June 2019 ฿900 ฿599
Best Before: 8 December 2019 ฿900 ฿859
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