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Essential Amino Acids
Essential Amino Acids are a fundamental block of building proteins. They are compounds that play many roles within your body. As well as building. proteins, they syntheise hormones and neurotransmitters.
Your body produces some amino acids, but not the essential ones. That is why it is important to eat the right foods, or supplement them.
Research suggests that the anabolic response of muscle to EAA ingestion, per gram intake, is markedly greater when compared with traditional proteins such as whey.
Therefore, they represent a more efficient means of stimulating protein synthesis when compared to whey.
EAA’s enter the bloodstream more rapidly because they do not require digestion. This accelerates their delivery to skeletal muscles, thus increasing protein synthesis.
So, it only makes sense that you should add EEA’s to your arsenal right now!
What Are The Essential Amino Acids?
As well as being an essential, Isoleucine, Leucine and Valine are Branched-Chain Amino Acids.
What EAA Products Are There?
- EFX Sports Training Ground EAA
With these powdered supplements, you can choose your own flavour. When you supplement them, you can do so in your preferred taste making it effortless to get those amino acids to stimulate protein growth.