The Body Attack BCAA 10800 contains the amino acids L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine – so crucial for athletes – in the ideal ratio of 2:1:1.
You train hard and want to get the best out of your body? Your muscles are subjected to high loads almost daily. Then you need a product with maximum impact, one that supplies you and your muscles with the best nutrients.
BCAA 10800 from Body Attack contains the essential amino acids Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine in an optimal ratio (2:1:1). These amino acids are especially popular amongst strength athletes as they are a key component for the build-up and maintenance of muscles.
However, even endurance athletes with long-term weight bearing and women who are working out specifically for a competition can also benefit from the high-dose Maxi Caps.
With BCAA 9700 you can keep a close eye on your daily amino acid amounts. You can take Maxi Caps, which contain more active ingredient than conventional capsules, any time and for any occasion without any major effort.
Worth knowing: How do BCAA work?
BCAA (Branched Chain Amino Acids) have a branched structure, this form cannot be produced by the body itself. Consequently, these amino acids are essential building blocks and should be included in the daily diet, for example, by eating meat, nuts and oats.
A diet that is unbalanced or too strict can lead to a shortage of these amino acids, which, in turn, restricts build-up processes in the metabolism of protein. In such phases, taking BCAA as a nutritional supplement can help because they immediately enter the body´s amino acid pool following ingestion.
They are then used in the build-up of muscle mass or utilised as a sugar-like substrate.
35 % of BCAA is found in the muscles
BCAA (Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine) are often also referred to as muscle BCAA because they occur naturally in the body´s own muscle tissue as essential building blocks. If, as a result of a strenuous workout, energy (carbohydrates) is in short supply, the body also utilises the proteins of which BCAA is also an integral part.
This is why athletes generally have a high intake of protein in order to sustain muscle during this phase. The dietary proteins primarily selected here contain a high amount of BCAA.