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Factory Supply Bulk Instantized Bcaa Sport Nutrition Supplement Branched Chain Amino Acids Bcaa Powder

Amino Acid Series

Factory Supply Bulk Instantized Bcaa Sport Nutrition Supplement Branched Chain Amino Acids Bcaa Powder

Product Name: BCAA

Specifications: 2:1:1

Appearance: White Powder

CAS NO.: 69430-36-0

Test Method: In-house

Extraction Process: Synthetic

Sample: Free Sample

Stock: In Stock

Shelf Life: 2Years

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    Product Introduction

    BCAA is the abbreviation of Branched-chain Amino Acid. It is a kind of amino acids complex, consisting of three type of amino acids: leucine, isoleucine, and valine. These three amino acids are among the nine essential amino acids for humans.


    1. Promote Muscle Growth
    To gain muscle, your body needs to build protein faster than it breaks it down. That’s why protein powders are so popular with weightlifters. BCAAs are thought to play a special role in muscle growth. Leucine in particular is known to promote muscle growth. 
    One small study found that all essential amino acids are key for activating mTORC1—a group of proteins that controls protein synthesis (how cells make proteins). However, BCAAs might be mainly responsible for protein synthesis.
    2. Prevent Fatigue During Exercise
    BCAAs compete with other amino acids for transport to the brain, including tryptophan. Tryptophan is an amino acid that gets converted to the hormone serotonin. Serotonin is linked with fatigue. Consuming BCAAs right before or during exercise may lead to reduced fatigue during exercise since it limits how much tryptophan makes it to your brain and gets converted to serotonin.
    3. Prevent Muscle Soreness
    Numerous research reviews have found that oral (by mouth) supplementation of BCAAs leads to reduced muscle soreness, particularly in resistance athletes like weightlifters. Signs of muscle damage and reports of muscle soreness up to 48 hours after exercise were lower in participants who took BCAA supplements compared to those who didn't.

    The studies in these reviews had many variations in terms of supplement timing and dosage. Some supplements also contained other amino acids or carbohydrates, so it's unclear whether the benefits were solely due to BCAAs. Researchers also wonder if leucine is more responsible for these muscular benefits than all three BCAAs combined.
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    Product Application

    BCAAs supplements are often found in powdered form, similar to other protein powders. You simply mix them with your favorite water or other beverage according to the manufacturer's instructions. You can also find BCAAs in capsule form, which are typically best taken with a meal. 

    Most people take BCAAs before or after a workout, or before bed. You may see improvements in muscle soreness in the day or two following your workout.

    You can also find BCAAs in protein-rich foods like chicken, beef, fish, eggs, and dairy products. If you're already consuming adequate BCAAs from food, you may not see a big difference from BCAA supplementation.
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    Product Data Sheets

    Analysis Description Test Method
    Appearance White Powder Visual
    Odor Characteristic Nasil
    Identification Conform with reference sample HPLC
    L-Leucine Content 46%-54% /
    L-Isoleucine Content 22%-27% /
    L-Valine Content 22%-27% /
    Loss on Drying ≤1.0% GB5009.3
    Residue on Ignition ≤0.4% GB5009.4
    Pb ≤3.0ppm AAS
    As ≤1.0ppm AAS
    Cd ≤1.0ppm AAS
    Hg ≤0.1ppm AAS
    Total Plate Count ≤1000 cfu/g GB/T4789.2
    Yeast and Mold ≤100 cfu/g GB/T4789.15
    Escherichia Coli Absent GB/T4789.3
    Salmonella/25g Absent GB/T4789.4

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