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|What are BCAAs?|
BCAAs (full name Branched Chain Amino Acids) (BCAAs) made up of three amino acids L-leucine, L-isoleucine, and L-valine in ratio 2:1:1. BCAAs are considered to be one of the best supplements between strength and power athletes due to recovery speeding, muscle growth boosting, physical and mental fatigue decreasing and many other properties.
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Why RAW Powders BCAAs?
|Key benefits||Purity check board|
Powdered BCAAs with great solubility
Decreases physical and mental fatigue during exercise
Increases protein synthesis
Increases fat oxidation (burning) during exercise
|Directions||Goes well with|
|Mix 1 rounded scoop (5 g) with 100-150 ml of water or juice and consume 1-3 servings daily.||• Creatine|
• Beta alanine
|Instantised BCAA 2:1:1 (50 % Leucine, 25 % Isoleucine, 25 % Valine) powder.|
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