Supplementing with them is equally useful before, during or after a high-intensity and long-lasting workouts, as a large percentage of the muscles are made up of of BCAAs (L-leucine, L-isoleucine, L-valine) and glutamine (in combination with other amino acids). With Protein.Buzz’s BCAA + Glutamine, you can conveniently get both of them into your body at the same time. Aid the regeneration of your muscles with them!
Why do you need amino acids, including BCAAs?
The main constituents of living cells are proteins, and the building blocks of proteins are amino acids. The human body cannot produce certain amino acids – like BCAAs – by itself, so they must be taken from an external source, such as BCAA-containing beverage powders. Physical exercise depletes BCAA reserves of the body the fastest, therefore it is advised to cover this deficit as soon as possible to avoid muscle breakdown.
What is Glutamine and Why Should You Take It?
The other half of the product, glutamine is a conditionally essential amino acid that can be produced by the body itself. You may ask: why is it worth it to take it as a supplement? The answer is simple: because under certain circumstances like high-intensity or long-lasting workouts, the body can use more glutamine than it can naturally produce.
1 serving (12 g):
Mix 1 serving (12 g = 3 scoops = 2 tablespoons) of powdered beverage with 300 ml of water with a shaker. Drink the shake right before, during, or after a workout.
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