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PhD Nutrition BCAAs

195 Caps

£14.95

195 Caps In Stock
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PhD Nutrition BCAAs

BCAA’s delivers branched chain amino acids in the precise 2/1/1 ratio (Leucine/Iso leucine/Valine)
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Description
Precise 2/1/1 ratio (Leucine/Iso leucine/Valine)
BCAA’s are branched chain amino acids consisting of 3 essential amino acids Leucine, Iso-Leucine, and Valine. They are considered essential amino acids because human beings cannot survive unless these amino acids are present in the diet. Together they comprise approximately 1/3 of human muscle tissue.

All top quality protein sources will supply all 9 essential amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein, which has been shown to increase lean muscle mass. BCAA’s have long been popular with athletes from a variety of sectors, involving strength and power, along with endurance and stamina. BCAA supplements are convenient to use and should be taken around the training window for maximum effect. PhD recommends using BCAA’s before, during and after intense exercise.
Nutrition
Container Size: 195 Capsules
Serving Size: 5 Capsules (3 servings on workout days)
Servings Per Container: 39

Amount Per Serving:

Leucine: 1250mg
Isoleucine: 625mg
Valine: 625mg

Other Ingredients:

Leucine, Iso-Leucine, Valine, microcrystalline cellulose (bulking agent), magnesium stearate (anticaking agent), capsule shell (Gelatin, colour: E171).
Directions
Take 5 capsules 15-20 minutes prior to workout, 5 capsules during your workout and 5 capsules directly after your workout.
Reviews (1)
5

"Im a fitness instructor and ive, been using PhD BCAAs for two weeks now, seen increased workload, and prolonged definition after weights session. Havnt been taking during session just before and after, but would be good to use before fat burning cardio first thing in morning to prevent a catabolic state."

Posted by Tom Williamson  (6th April 2009)

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