Body Control Code Amino
BCCA Cutcontains a balance of Branched Chain Amino Acids, which are building blocks of muscle mass and size. Metabolized directly in the muscle, BCAAs, may improve nitrogen retention by sparing other amino acid groups for repair and rebuilding. The Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA’s), so named because of their unique branched chemical structure, are essential in that the body cannot make them from other compounds. In recent times, these amino acids have been investigated for their potential ant catabolic (preventing muscle breakdown) and anabolic (muscle building) effects.
With 1000 mg of leucine per serving, it’s the perfect amount of one of the essential amino acid powerhouses to help induce muscle growth.Leucine not only has the capacity to stimulate muscle protein synthesis, it has been suggested to slow muscle damage after intense
training by increasing the synthesis of muscle proteins.
With 500 mg of isoleucine, this glycogenic amino acid creates the glucose your body burns for energy.
Like leucine and isoleucine, the 500 mg of valine encourage protein synthesis and muscle tissue growth while providing energy from glucose creation. It also acts as a facilitator for normal growth and a reparative agent for various tissues in the body.
– THE BCCA Cut HELPS TO:
– REDUCE POST EXERCISE FATIGUE*
– DECREASE MUSCLE PROTEIN BREAKDOWN*
– INCREASE MUSCLE PROTEIN SYNTHESIS*
– INCREASE ENDURANCE*
– CONVERT YOUR STRENGTH INTO INFINITE POWER
BCAAs are the essential aminos: leucine, isoleucine, and valine. The combination of these amino acids makes up approximately one third of skeletal muscle tissue in the body. As the building blocks of protein, they play a major role in the process of protein synthesis. As food goes through the digestion process, the protein that the food contains is broken down into individual and short chains of amino acids; they are then minute enough to be absorbed into the bloodstream. After a training session, the body is in a catabolic state – breaking down of muscle tissue – with a deficit in protein synthesis. This is due to the MAPK signaling pathway that is activated post exercise, which is the body’s own way of signaling muscle growth. The purpose of this pathway is to support protein synthesis; however it is not as effective as when combined with the BCAA signaling cascade. These two pathways act independently from one another, so when adequate amounts of BCAAs are consumed after a workout, the body enters a greater state of hypertrophy with a positive amount of protein synthesis.