• 26/Sep

    2021

    What does L-carnitine do for you?

    An Italian multicentre clinical trial on 2,044 patients suffering from recent stroke were supplied alpha-GPC in doses of 1,000 mg/day for 28 days and 400 mg three times per day for the five ensuing months. The trial confirmed the therapeutic role of alpha-GPC on the cognitive rec

  • 25/Sep

    2021

    What is L-carnitine ?

    L-carnitine is a naturally occurring amino acid structure that the body produces. It transports fatty acids into your cells to be processed for energy. L-carnitine is highly moisture-sensitive, which makes it difficult to stabilize in various dosage forms. L-carnitine is recogniz

  • 27/Aug

    2021

    The molecular mechanism of MYC promoting essential amino acid metabolism and ...

    In mammalian cells, both normal cells and malignant proliferating cells need to obtain essential amino acids (EAAs) to maintain normal life activities. Essential amino acids (methionine, valine, lysine, isoleucine, phenylalanine, leucine, threonine, histidine) are not only protei

  • 26/Aug

    2021

    Should BCAA supplements be taken or not?

    In several cases, BCAA supplements are beneficial. First of all, if you are a competitive athlete or bodybuilder, you often put a lot of pressure on your muscles, then BCAA can help your body recover faster, so you can train more frequently. Eating a regular meal rich in high-qua

  • 29/Aug

    2021

    So what about EAAs (Essential Amino Acids)?

    Just like branched-chain amino acids, essential amino acids muscle be obtained through the diet. Essential amino acids can be thought of as the building blocks of protein that support our muscle and connective tissues in the body. The nine essential amino acids (which include the

  • 28/Aug

    2021

    All you need to know about BCAAs (Branched-chain Amino Acids)

    There are three branched-chain amino acids, leucine, isoleucine, and valine. The three branched-chain amino acids also make up one-third of the nine essential amino acids which must be consumed in our diet or via supplements. There was a lot of interest generated around branched-

  • 25/Aug

    2021

    How To Use EAAs To Stimulate Muscle ProteinSynthesis?

    Most of the research data shows that you only need around 6grams of EAAs around training to promote muscle protein synthesis. But on theflipside, a reduction in amino acid availability below base levels can inhibitmuscle protein synthesis.So prioritizing these aminos, both in the

  • 24/Aug

    2021

    Can branch-chain amino acids (BCAA) alone resist muscle breakdown?

    There are 20 types of amino acids that make up muscle protein, but these are considered essential amino acids (EAA) and should be supplemented through a balanced diet. Skin proteins are in a state of constant renewal and protein synthesis. In other words, when the protein is degr

  • 23/Aug

    2021

    When is it suitable for people to supplement branched chain amino acids?

    After knowing the use of branched chain amino acids, who is it suitable for? Simply put, people who want to relieve fatigue can supplement them, such as athletes and fitness enthusiasts. Ordinary healthy people can easily get enough branched-chain amino acids in their daily food,

  • 20/Aug

    2021

    BCAA-based metabolic score can predict liver steatosis in severely obese chil...

    Although the public health sector has made major efforts to avoid overnutrition, the global prevalence of obesity is still rising, and at the same time, the prevalence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is also rising. NAFLD is an important predictor of mortality, and i

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