L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, and L-Valine, commonly known as Branched Chain Amino Acids or BCAAs, cannot be produced by the body and must be consumed through diet or dietary supplements. They are essential to building and maintaining muscle tissue and have long been used by athletes and other active individuals to activate protein synthesis and reduce muscle breakdown caused by intense training or physical activity.
Vegetarian BCAA 1,000 mg- Branch Chain Amino Acids with Glutamine and B Vitamins
BCAA's and Glutamine are essential to building and maintaining muscle tissue.
BCAA's activate protein synthesis and reduce muscle breakdown caused by intense training or physical activity.
Glutamine is the most abundant building block of protein in the body. The body can make enough glutamine for its regular needs. But during times of extreme stress (i.e. after intense exercise or an injury), your body may need more glutamine than it can make. Glutamine plays a major role in helping your muscles repair themselves after stress
PubChem notes that one of the main roles L-glutamine plays in muscle recovery is moving nitrogen atoms from wherever they are to where they are needed. To build muscle, you need to maintain a positive nitrogen balance. After a heavy workout, rushing nitrogen to your damaged muscles stimulates tissue repair. If glutamine is lacking in the body, the damaged tissue may stay damaged because it doesn't have the materials to rebuild.