Raw Powders™proudly present 4 x time more ANABOLIC than regular BCAA 8:1:1 in comfortable to use tablet form.
What are BCAAs? Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) are made up of the three amino acids L-leucine, L-isoleucine, and L-valine. Usually BCAAs come in ratio of 2:1:1. Most of the experienced body builders claim that ,that is the ratio you should be taking it. Unfortunately. that is far from the case. Scientific studies suggest that the essential amino acid Leucine, is the most anabolic and is highly needed to stimulate protein synthesis.
Leucine alone does not stimulate protein synthesis and muscle growth, however, when consumed together with other essential amino Acids as Valine and Isoleucine, it actives the muscle growth.
That is why Raw Powders™ team offers BCAAs with 4 times MORE Leucine (in ratio of 8:1:1) than most of the supplement shops in the world!
4 times more anabolic BCAA tablets in ratio 8:1:1
1000 mg ultimate anabolic 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 2400mg *
L-isoleucine 150mg *
L-valine 150mg *
* Daily Value not established.
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