Amino acids Essential not generated by our body , extremely important for the muscle development . With 4.000mg per dose, the BCAA FKU® consists of 3 amino acids: L-leucine, L-isoleucine and L-valer that together correspond by 1/3 of muscle proteins , important for Growth , Reconstruction and Muscle development . and own vitamin B6 helps in the metabolism of proteins.
L-leucine, L-isoleucine, L-valine, pyridoxin hydrochloride, microcrystalline cellulose stabilizers and polyvinylpyrrolidone, antipetting silicon dioxide and magnesium stearate lubricant. Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose and triacetine coating. does not contain gluten.
How to consume BCAA FKU® ?
Consume 3 tablets of BCAA FKU® Once a day or according to a nutritionist recommendation. Important that your consumption is allied to a balanced diet.
What are amino acids?
Amino acids are quaternary carbon, oxygen and hydrogen and nitrogen compounds, the general structure of amino acids involves an amine group and a carboxyl group, both of differentiate an amino acid from the other, it is its "radical", having a role of structure and enzymes, in the production of other amino acids and constituting a protein.
are molecules from proteins. There are 20 amino acids present in proteins and are divided into essentials (which are not produced by our body, found in foods) and non-essentials (produced by our body, and can be supplemented in order to meet a disability or strengthen a function). Its function is assisted in the recovery of muscles, tendons, nails, skin and hair.
The most famous amino acids today in the market are the BCAA's (Branched Chains Amino Acids) that are branched chain amino acids, consisting of Valina, isoleucine and leucine. Improves performance and physical performance, as well as delaying fatigue, assists in muscle recovery.
The BCAA is certainly one of the most famous supplements of the Academies, used by much of the bodybuilding practitioners. The term BCAA is actually an abbreviation of Branched Chain Amino Acids, or branched chain amino acids, which include leucine, valine and isoleucine. Together, these three amino acids form about 1/3 of the muscle proteins and are very important for muscle recovery.
These Effects of the BCAA help reduce muscle damage resulting from sports practice, accelerate muscle recovery, stimulate protein synthesis and reduce fatigue.