The Importance of L-Leucine
The BCAAs (Branched Chain Amino Acids) are 3 essential amino acids that have a branch in their chemical structure. They are considered essential because the body does not produce them and they must be consumed in the diet. They are also widely considered to be the most anabolic of the essential amino acids and have an abundance of research showing that they promote recovery, muscle maintenance and growth. The most important of the BCAAs for signaling protein synthesis is L-Leucine.
Active TR Leucine
Delivers the most anabolic essential amino acid to the body over time to prolong the signaling of protein synthesis.
This is for anyone that is tired of a shaker cup full of foam every time they mix their BCAAs. However the importance of water soluble amino acids extends beyond that. Contained within that bothersome foam is the majority of your Leucine, the most important of the BCAAs for anabolic signaling. If you dont consume the foam, youre simply wasting your hard earned money. What good is a high Leucine BCAA product if you do not consume adequate quantities of Leucine?
SUPPORTS RECOVERY FROM EXERCISE & PROTEIN SYNTHESIS.
4:1:1 RATIO OF BCAAS FOR MORE LEUCINE PER SERVING.
SUPPORT HYDRATION WITH ELECTROLYTES AND SUSTAMINE.
INSTANTIZED AND WATER SOLUBLE FOR GREAT MIXABILITY & RAPID ABSORPTION.
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