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XTreme BCAA 5000 (400 gr.)

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Fitness Authority - XTreme BCAA 5000

Product providing branched chain amino acids (BCAA) in the mutual ratio of (2:1:1)

  • The highest quality branched chain amino acids
  • The optimal dose of BCAA - 5 grams of essential amino acids (leucine: isoleucine: valine 2:1:1) in each serving
  • Leucine 2500 mg in every serving!
  • Helps stimulate anabolism
  • Accelerates cell regeneration
  • Assures proper recovery after exercise

Leucine, isoleucine and valine are three amino acids of branched-chain amino acids belong to, that is, such that the body itself can not be synthesized and must receive them from the outside, together with food. In addition to leucine, isoleucine and valine to amino acids also include phenylalanine, methionine, tryptophan, threonine and lysine, but the first three (leucine, isoleucine and valine) constitute 40% of the daily requirements of essential amino acids. Recommended intake is 40 mg leucine / kg body weight per day, and isoleucine and valine ranges between 10-30 mg / kg of body weight per day. In order to meet these needs FA Engineered Nutrition has created a new form of the product based on amino acids BCAA - product Xtreme BCAA 5000.

Xtreme BCAA 5000 is a new proposal amino acid product in a powder form for preparation of the beverage, which in each portion provides the highest quality 5 g of essential amino acids to the body of branched-chain BCAA (leucine, isoleucine, valine) in the body the most preferred ratio of 2: 1 : 1

Under physiological conditions, branched chain amino acids side: leucine, isoleucine, and valine are essential for the functioning of muscles during training, affect the stimulation of anabolic processes, inhibition of catabolism and most importantly, are the source of energy for working muscles. To perform basic life functions but also to intense exercise your body uses ATP molecules as a source of energy produced in the oxidation of glucose. Along with the decline in the amount of glycogen stored in the form of glucose in the working muscles also decreases the amount of ATP - high-energy particles constituting the body "paliwoenergetyczne". Having exhausted the glycogen stores in the muscle ATP levels body tries to maintain through the degradation of the BCAA and the distribution of fatty acids. Depending on the intensity workout BCAA use as an energy source comprises from 3-18%. Due to the fact that most of the amino acids in the natural conditions in the body in a bound form (bound 75% of leucine in the muscle) pool of free amino acids that may constitute a source of energy is negligible which results in that the body begins muscle catabolism who works intensively to provide the body with energy. The effect of muscle tissue degeneration is a release of free amino acids which can be used as a source of oxidative energy for the body. BCAA account for approximately 35% of muscle mass and they are the principal measure provide the body with energy during prolonged and intense exercise. The longer and more intense the exercise, the more leucine, isoleucine and valine is metabolized. Leucine can be oxidized in the muscles for energy or converted to glutamine and alanine and these in turn can be converted to glucose, which will be a source of energy in the bloodstream. The following two: Isoleucine and leucine can be converted using the dehydrogenase oxo-keto acids, which are further used as starting materials in the Krebs cycle (one of the steps in the process of cellular respiration) thereby to form ATP, that is, "particle energy". BCAA activities is not limited to inhibit catabolism. An important factor is also the stimulation of anabolic - muscle synthesis. Leucine and glutamine are lights muscle synthesis in the body. High levels of leucine directly stimulates insulin secretion strongly hormone with strong anabolic activity resulting in increased assimilation of amino acids including BCAA (increased protein synthesis) and inhibition of catabolic processes in the muscle tissue. Given the stimulation of anabolism and the fact that, thanks to the amino acids is limited BCAA levels of accumulation of lactic acid in the muscle tissue regeneration and reconstruction after training is much more effective. In addition, BCAA reduces the accumulation of tryptophan in nervous tissue, which has the advantage that the tryptophan increases serotonin levels and this in turn is responsible for the fatigue and weariness. By reducing the secretion of serotonin allow the body to longer and more intensive training with no signs of fatigue.

Given the above product Xtreme BCAA supplementation of 5000, which provides 5 grams of free amino acids, which do not require digestion and are directly absorbed after ingestion and accessible through the circulatory system to the trained muscles, which effectively complements the deficiencies of free amino acids and can inhibit the catabolism of muscle tissue and the thus help achieve the effect of which is to gain and not loss of muscle tissue. All properties Xtreme BCAA 5000 allow for their widespread use among people practicing individually and professionally and recreationally.

Supplement Facts

Supplement Facts:

Serving size: 5.7 g | 2,5 scoop
Number of servings: 70

  Amount/serving DV %

L-Leucine 2500 mg
L-Isoleucine 1250 mg
L-Valine 1250 mg

Ingredients: L-leucine, L-isoleucine, L-valine, flavouring, acidity regulator (citric acid), colour (E150c), red beet concentrate, sweeteners (sucralose, acesulfame K), colour(s) [(E160a), (E102*, E133), (E104)]. *May have an adverse effect on activity and attention in children.

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