The top three essential amino acids for muscle mass building Scitec BCAA Xpress consists of three essential amino acids, namely: leucine, isoleucine and valine. The BCAAs together make up one third of the nutrition for your muscles and play a major role in building muscle mass. Because the body cannot make this amino acid compound itself, it is important to get BCAAs.
What Are Amino Acids?
The human body is made up of 20 percent proteins. Proteins, also called proteins, play a key role in almost all biological processes. Amino acids are the building blocks of the proteins. Since a large part of our cells, muscles and tissue consists of amino acids, they perform many important functions in our body: amino acids not only provide the cells with structure, but are also crucial for the transport and storage of all nutrients. Amino acids affect the functions of organs, glands, tendons or veins. They are essential in wound healing and tissue repair (especially muscle, bone, skin and hair), as well as in counteracting the negative consequences associated with metabolic disorders.
BCAAs ensure less muscle damage and more muscle growth In recent years, the effect of BCAAs during and after exercise has also been studied. When BCAAs are taken during or after exercise, muscle damage is less and protein building (muscle growth) is set in motion more quickly. Even when you are already high in protein intake during the day, the BCAAs retain their muscle-strengthening effect. Shortly before, during and immediately after exercise, BCAA Xpress has an anabolic effect on muscle metabolism. This is because the rate of protein absorption is increased and the rate of protein breakdown is inhibited.
The best time to take it is immediately before , during and after training. Possibly combined with a fast carbohydrate such as Vitargo or Isotec for complete support.