BCAAs (leucine, isoleucine, and valine), in particular leucine, have the potential to produce anabolic effects on protein
metabolism by increasing the rate of protein synthesis and simultaneously decreasing the rate of protein degradation
in skeletal muscle tissue. The ratio of BCAA’s can vary from formula to formula and in this case the emphasis was placed
on leucine primarily due to its role in providing metabolic support for insulin sensitivity.*
Many studies have indicated that exercise-induced blood ammonia elevation and blood lactate increments have
been supported by L-citrulline supplementation. Further, citrulline may support the detoxification of ammonia via
the urea cycle and also support healthy levels of additional glycolysis needed during exercise.*
L-glutamine is a mainstay in many workout products, specifically because of the role this amino acid plays in
muscle recovery. The most notable mechanism is the impact it has on nitrogen balance, which is vital to building
muscle mass and perhaps more importantly, muscle repair.
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, mix one scoop (12.5 g) with cold water or juice once daily or as directed by your healthcare provider.