Branched Chain Amino Acids, BCAAs are branched amino acids (leucine, isoleucine, valine). The combination of these three amino acids is about one-third of the muscle proteins. BCAAs are part of the family of essential amino acids. They are called essential because the body can not manufacture them itself. It is, therefore, essential to bring them through diet to be healthy and to allow muscle development: without them, muscle anabolism is not possible.
WHAT does the ADVANCED BCAA BY LIMITLESS PHARMA do?
Unlike other amino acids which are metabolized in the liver, BCAA is metabolized directly into the muscle (they are oxidized in muscle mitochondria). When muscles have exhausted their glycogen (sugar), it starts to use fat and protein to produce energy. Large proteins are thus destroyed into several smaller pieces to recover the BCAA, to be used as fuel.