• 13/Jun

    2021

    Are branched-chain amino acids the main culprit of dietary protein damaging m...

    On April 22, 2021, Cell Metabolism published an online paper titled The adverse metabolic effects of branched-chain amino, with Dr. Yu Deyang from the University of Wisconsin as the first author and his supervisor Dudley W. Lamming as the corresponding author. acids are mediated

  • 12/Jun

    2021

    How much Valine should I take?

    Valine is a branched-chain essential amino acid, and this means that your body does not make it and you must get it through your diet. Branched-chain amino acids are mainly used in your body to help making energy. Valine can be found mainly in protein food sources such as meats,

  • 11/Jun

    2021

    Why do you think that BCAA has the effect of relieving central fatigue during...

    In fact, this is based on the hypothesis that tryptophan will synthesize serotonin after entering the brain. The more tryptophan enters the brain, the higher the serotonin synthesis rate. Serotonin is a nerve depressant. Increased concentration can cause fatigue, lethargy, and dr

  • 10/Jun

    2021

    What is the magical effect of leucine?

    Leucine is no stranger to friends who often take branched chain amino acids and pay attention to the product ingredient list. It is one of the important components of branched chain amino acids. But what is leucine and what effect does it play in training and recovery? Today, Yin

  • 08/Jun

    2021

    BCAA—things you don’t know

    Anti-fatigue can be said to be one of the most attractive effects of BCAA . Fatigue caused by exercise is inevitable. We usually divide exercise fatigue into central fatigue and peripheral fatigue. Central fatigue can be understood as a decrease in the excitability of the central

  • 07/Jun

    2021

    What is the best BCAA ratio?

    Studies have shown that in the protein and carbohydrates of people who additionally add leucine after exercise, there is a significant increase in the synthesis of muscle protein. Since leucine is the key to muscle growth, you have to make sure that the BCAA you use has the best

  • 04/Jun

    2021

    BCAA catabolism induces platelet TMOD3 propionylation

    Propionylation of lysine residues (Kpr) has recently become an important reversible PTM in mammalian cells. It was found that BCAAs dose-dependently increased protein propionylation in human platelets. Compared with wild-type platelets, the level of protein propionylation in PP2C

  • 06/Jun

    2021

    What is the best ratio for BCAA?

    You must have found that the BCAA supplement with different amino acid ratios in the market, for example, 2:1:1, 4:1:1,8:1:1, 10:1:1,and even 9:5:6. but waht is the best ratio for BCAA? BCAAs aid in energy and even fat loss, but the main benefit of BCAAs is their ability to boost

  • 02/Jun

    2021

    What is the true strength of optimal nutrition whey?

    What are the main ingredients of Whey Protein Isolate (WPI): Whey protein microfractions from whey protein isolate and ultrafiltered whey protein concentrate. More than 4 grams of glutamine and glutamate per serving. Each serving contains more than 5 grams of natural branched cha

  • 03/Jun

    2021

    Can BCAA help you maintain your precious muscle tissue while fasting?

    BCAA have the ability to act as an anti-catabolism during fasting, because they are insulinogenic amino acids, and insulin is a hormone that strongly inhibits muscle catabolism. Therefore, when you take BCAA, even if plasma insulin increases slightly, it is possible to suppress g

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