When it comes to BCAA’s & other Amino Acid formulas you will be hard-pressed to find a cleaner, more refreshing option than Amino Juice. You can finally look forward to each and every serving knowing it is completely sugar-free and packed with the right ratios of the most sought after amino acids in the industry.
- Increased muscle recovery
- Decreased muscle wasting
- Increased protein synthesis
- Increased fat burning potential
- Help stabilise blood sugar levels
BCAA 4:1:1 L-Leucine / L-Valine / L-Isoleucine (3000-6000mg per serving)
BCAAs are classified separately from other amino acids, they are unique partially because of their composition but also because they are highly prominent in muscle tissue, and can account for around fourteen to eighteen percent of its amino acid make-up.
A study by the Journal of International Society of Sports Nutrition showed that BCAAs may improve protein synthesis, shorten recovery times and reduce post training muscle soreness.
L-Leucine seems to be the most active amino acid in BCAAs when it comes to the array of positive effects; we included a BCAA ratio of 4:1:1 so you get more L-Leucine than with most other BCAA products.
L-Glutamine (1000-2000mg per serving)
L-Glutamine is the most abundant free amino acid in the human body. High levels of Glutamine is naturally found in dairy, meat, eggs, whey and casein proteins as well as isolated glutamine supplements.
Glutaminecan be used as a fuel source, can help to boost the immune system, and aid in recovery. Glutamine may also play a role in preventing muscle catabolism, increasing muscle mass, and keeping the muscles hydrated. It is a building block of protein and essential in bodily processes such as providing fuel to cells and making other amino acids and glucose.