NutraBio BCAA 5000 Fermented Branch Chain Amino Acids Watermelon Description
Supports Muscle Growth & recovery
Fermented Branch Chain Amino Acids
Sweetened With Monk Fruit & Stevia
5000 mg BCAAs | 2500 mg Leucine
1250 mg Isoleucine | 1250 mg Valine
Full Label Disclosure
No Proprietary Blends | Fully Transparent
Vegetarian | Gluten Free | Non-GMO | Lactose Free
BCAA 5000 combines the powerful muscle regenerating benefits of branched chain amino acids (BCAAs). Collectively made up of leucine, isoleucine, and valine, BCAAs are known as essential amino acids because the human body cannot produce them and they must be consumed through diet or supplementation. Independently, each BCAA plays an important physiological role in the body. However, it is their synergistic combination that produces one of the most important processes involved in muscle building and recovery—muscle protein synthesis (MPS).
Top 10 reasons why BCAAs should be a part of your supplement regimen. As a whole, BCAAs support:
» Improved muscle protein synthesis
» Assist in maintaining a muscle building environment – Exercise can put the body in a catabolic state (muscle breakdown). When this happens, BCAAs are used for energy as opposed to growth and repair. BCAA supplementation can improve nitrogen retention by sparing other amino acid groups, which ultimately keeps the body in an muscle building state.
» Lean mass growth – BCAAs activate satellite cells that travel and attach to individual muscle fibers, helping the stressed or damaged muscle as a whole grow in size.
» Increased muscle strength – Going hand in hand with benefit #3, increases in lean mass mean large muscle fiber sizes and greater cross-sectional areas, which equates to greater increases in muscle strength.
» Improved glucose uptake and insulin sensitivity – While isoleucine improves glucose tolerance on its own, the whole trio of BCAAs can support improved insulin sensitivity and metabolic rate for improved body composition.
» Endurance performance – During prolonged exercise, BCAAs are taken up by the skeletal muscle rather than the liver in order to contribute to energy production (oxidative metabolism). They also can help prevent muscle damage during long-duration endurance sports by protecting muscle tissue
» Decreased post-exercise soreness – Also known as delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). BCAAs help repair the muscular structural damage caused by strenuous exercise that is thought to be responsible for DOMS.
» Maintaining lean muscle mass during periods of calorie restriction – When calories are cut as a whole, this usually means a drop in protein consumption. Not enough protein and muscles may start to atrophy. Studies have shown BCAA supplementation during periods of calorie restriction can assist in maintaining lean muscle mass while also decreasing fat mass.
» Blunting muscle fatigue – Valine competes with tryptophan for entry into the brain and prevails. This means less serotonin gets to the brain, ultimately leading to stronger muscular contractions, quicker recovery between sets, and prolonged muscular strength and endurance.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|L-Leucine (fermented - vegan)||2.5 g||*|
|L-Isoleucine (fermented - vegan)||1.25 g||*|
|L-Valine (fermented - vegan)||1.25 g||*|
Processed in a facility and/or manufacturing line that also produces milk, tree nuts and nuts.
This product is not intended/recommended for children under 18 years of age. Consult a physician before use if you are pregnant, nursing, have a medical condition or are taking any medication. Discontinue use two weeks prior to surgery.