Raw Powders™ offers BCAA 2:1:1 in easy-to-use tablet form.
What are BCAAs? Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) is a composition of three amino acids L-leucine, L-isoleucine, and L-valine in ratio 2:1:1. BCAAs are important for strength and power athletes as they may increase the speed of recovery and muscle growth.
BCAAs may also have a positive effect on decreasing physical and mental fatigue during strenuous exercise as well as increasing fat oxidation and the gains of lean mass.
Who can use BCAAs? BCAAs are recommended for all the athletes seeking improvement in physical and mental performance.
Why Raw Powders™ BCAAs? RAW Powders TM BCAA tabletes are made of the highest quality Micronized BCAAs powder, with no harmful additives.
BCAA tablets made of micronized BCAAs
1000 mg BCAAs per tablet
Speeds ups recovery and lean muscle growth
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Take 3 tablets (3000 mg BCAAs) 1 – 3 times daily.
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Serving size: 3 tablets (3000mg)
Amount per serving %DV
L-leucine 1500mg *
L-isoleucine 750mg *
L-valine 750mg *
* Daily Value not established.
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