One Science Nitra BCAA 30 Servings
- One scoop of One Science BCAA 50 Servings weighs 6.5g and contains 5500mg of BCAAs, which helps in facilitating lean mass and superior hydration
- This supplement helps in hydrating sports drink with coconut and assists in muscle soreness
- One Science Nitra BCAA – 30 Servings is a Fat-free supplement, which prevents muscle breakdown and helps to retain muscle
- Contents absorb moisture from the air and may form lumps but the supplement can be consumed without any worries.
One Science Nitra BCAA 30 Servings is specially designed for athletes. Any type of athlete can consume One Science BCAA 50 Servings because it contains ingredients that facilitate lean mass and superior hydration. It also acts as a catalyst for quick muscle recovery. Athletes can forget about muscle soreness, thanks to the supreme combination of amino acids and electrolytes.
|Serving Size – 6.5 g|
|Servings – 30|
L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine, Acidity Regulator (Citric Acid Anhydrous), Flavor (Raspberry), Sweetener (Sucralose), Color (Carmoisine*) *May have an adverse effect on activity and attention in children.
Increased muscle growth
Leucine present in BCAAs facilitates muscle growth by the process of muscle protein synthesis. Intake of BCAA can increase the speed of this process by up to 50%. That’s the reason why whey proteins contain amino acids.
Decrease muscle soreness
If you have just started working out, you may experience soreness and pain across your body. This pain can last as long as 72 hours. The reason for soreness is small tears in the muscles. This is where BCAAs come into play. They decrease muscle damage and relieve you from the pain and soreness. So if you take BCAAs before your workout regime, you may witness a faster recovery time.
Reduced tiredness after exercise
You may feel tired after your workout and tiredness mainly depends on the intensity of your workout. Researches have proven that BCAAs increase focus during a workout, which is a result of the fatigue-reducing effect of BCAAs.
Helps improve bad liver conditions
Many people have cirrhosis, which is a liver condition in which the liver doesn’t work properly. BCAAs may actually help in treating cirrhosis. BCAAs are also known to be helpful in protecting from liver cancer.
People who are more into cardiovascular exercises seem to lose muscle more than others. BCAAs prevent muscle breakdown and help to retain muscle.
5500mg of BCAAs in One Scoop of 6.5g
How to use
BCAA is taken according to the bodyweight or the duration of the workout. You can take BCAA 2 – 4 a day depending on your workout regime. Generally, a BCAA powder is mixed with water or a sports drink. They also have a daily limit that should not be exceeded. You can take BCAA during or after your workout provided that you have not exceeded the daily limit.
Q 1: Can BCAAs help a person on diet?
Every human body needs fuel. If a person is dieting, then he/ she has a very limited supply of fuels in the body. In such a situation, the body starts to eat up the muscle and fat. Of course, you don’t want to lose muscles but you do want to lose fats. BCAAs act as fuel for your body and prevent it from sucking energy from you’re your muscles.
Q 2: Do amino acids have a bad effect on the stomach?
Red meat and dairy products are full of amino acids. BCAAs have the same chemical design but the difference is just that they can retain nitrogen for much longer.
Q 3: After taking BCAA, what should I expect from my workout?
BCAA can be taken before, during, or after the workout. BCAAs are known to improve focus during a workout, reduce fatigue and soreness after a workout.
Q 4: For how long should I continue taking BCAA?
If you think that your diet is insufficient in fulfilling your nutritional requirements then you can continue using it for as long as you feel like.
Q 5: Can a pregnant woman or a diabetes patient take BCAAs?
Yes, pregnant women and diabetes patients can take BCAAs but first, they must consult a doctor regarding the same.
Q 6: Can BCAA affect hormones?
Anabolic hormones like insulin, testosterone and growth hormone (GH) play an important role in protein synthesis. It has been scientifically proven that BCAAs act as a catalyst for anabolic hormone release.