BCAA supplementation has been shown to reduce the serum activities of intramuscular enzymes associated with muscle damage.
Intake of BCAAs can help contribute to enhancing exercise performance by exerting its influence on fatigue, muscle damaging substances (lactate dehydrogenase) and energy metabolism substances.
For muscle tissue, BCAA are the main glutamine and alanine sources: the ﬁrst is of utmost importance for ammonium neutralisation, the second for the induction of glucogenetic pathways in the liver, which is why it is imperative that BCAA levels are always topped up.
B.C.A.A. complex is a branched chain amino acid formula designed to aid in:
Maintaining longer speed by reduction in lactic acid build up
Reduces muscle breakdown
Improving recovery from muscle loss due to exertion or conditions leading to muscle loss