Recovery Supps

Do you need intra-workout BCAAs?

Dr. Spencer Nadolsky is a practicing medical physician. He is based in Suffolk, Virginia. Amino acids are commonly described in layman terms as the building blocks of protein. More than 500 types are known but only a select few are used in protein synthesis and so considered essential nutrients for the human diet. Most of these can be synthesised by your body from other compounds, however, there are nine amino acids that can not be made from scratch so instead we must consume from our diet. The nine amino acids we can’t synthesise are: phenylalanine, valine, threonine, tryptophan, methionine, histidine,…
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