Taking BCAA's before and/or during a work out will increase performance and delay fatigue. Adding probiotics improve gut health and ensure the fastest deliver for more muscle repair and growth.
Science and nutrition finally meet in the advancement of amino acids. The digestive track is impacted negatively from stress, poor nutrition and even exercise. The more pressure on gut health the weaker the good bacteria known as probiotics become. This impacts overall health such as energy, immune function, digestion and recovery. By adding Probiotics to BCAAs the maximum results are achieved. BCAA's are mutually antagonistic in their absorptive qualities, therefore, must be available at the same time to insure maximum absorption into the muscle system. BCAA's are also rapidly depleted from the muscle when training.
Taking BCAA's before and/or during a work out will increase performance and delay fatigue. Taking BCAA's immediately after or with a post work out meal will lower cortisol (destroys muscle) levels and replace BCAA levels in the muscles quicker. BCAA's stimulate production of insulin, the main function of which is to allow circulating blood sugar to be taken up by the muscle cells and used as a source of energy. This insulin production promotes amino acid uptake by the muscle.
BCAA's are both anabolic and anti-catabolic because of their ability to significantly increase protein synthesis, facilitate the release of hormones such as growth hormone (GH), IGF-1, and insulin, and help maintain a favorable testosterone to cortisol ratio. BCAA's help prevent protein breakdown and muscle loss which is a great advantage in long term results, anti- aging and injury prevention.