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The Most Overrated Supplement: BCAA

Published on 4/21/2018
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BCAA Supplements... It's All Hype

BCAAs (leucine, isoleucine, and valine) constitute about 35% of the EAAs in muscle protein. Leucine seems to play a unique role as a regulator of muscle protein synthesis by activating molecular factors involved in the initiation of protein synthesis. For those reason, BCAA supplements are very popular.

However, BCAAs alone do not stimulate muscle protein synthesis and in fact, the studies measuring the response to BCAAs have shown either NO change or a decrease rate of muscle protein synthesis. The response to BCAA ingestion, and leucine in particular, provides a good example of the circumstance in which an "activating" amino acid needs other amino acids present.

There is no doubt from molecular studies that leucine can "turn on" the muscle protein synthetic machinery by activating factors in the initiation phase of this process. However, the activation of these initiation factors does not result in the making of muscle protein, because all of the amino acids are required to actually synthesize muscle in living beings. Leuine can be thought of as "the key to the car" that can start it up but fuel is still required in the tank to proceed any further.

In order to make 1 active protein it takes all of the amino acids in proper sequence and amounts, which includes the 9 Essential Amino Acids and the 11 Non-Essential amino acids to complete the muscle protein synthesis.

There has been over 22 human clinical studies completed on this process, plus years of study, and the facts speak for themselves, BCAAs alone cannot build muscle or complete muscle protein synthesis process without all of the amino acids present! So don't be fooled by all the hype out in the marketplace in regards to BCAAs!

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