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Optimum Nutrition Instantized BCAA 5000 Powder Unflavored 345 grams

Optimum Nutrition Instantized BCAA 5000 Powder

Unflavored 345 grams

MSRP: $45.99

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Instantized BCAA 5000 Powder Overview

While all amino acids are important, BCAA's are now viewed as being perhaps the most important for muscle and whole-body protein synthesis. BCAA or branched chain amino acid supplements started to become popular in the early 2000's based on then-recent research that identified these three key amino acids - leucine, valine and isoleucine - as being key to protein synthesis and muscle growth. Not only are they important for muscle growth, BCAAs also help to inhibit the breakdown of muscle tissue. It's no wonder BCAA supplements like Optimum Nutrition's bestselling BCAA 5000 Powder are now core components in the nutritional regimen of so many athletes who depend on the strength and integrity of their muscles.

You don't have to be an elite athlete or world-class competitive lifter to take advantage of BCAAs either, anyone working out to build or tone muscle will get there sooner by making sure their body has plenty of BCAAs to go around. Optimum Nutrition's BCAA 5000 powder prepares the pharmaceutically pure BCAAs in a way which makes them easily dissolvable, so you can use a spoon or blender for best results and minimal waste.

Instantized BCAA 5000 Powder Description from Optimum Nutrition
Each serving of ON Instantized BCAA 5000 Powder provides a 5,000 mg (5 g) blend of the three Branched Chain Amino Acids (L-Valine, L-Leucine, and L-Isoleucine) in every serving. The Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs), so named because of their branched chemical structure, are essential in that the body cannot make them from other compounds. The method to produce ON Instantized BCAA 5000 Powder yields a powder that mixes readily in water or juice and does not readily clump or settle to the bottom. As a result, the difficulty in mixing you may have experienced with other BCAA powders is greatly reduced.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 5.75 grams
Servings Per Container: 60
IngredientAmount% Daily Value**
Micronized L-Leucine2.5g
Micronized L-Isoleucine1.25g
Micronized L-Valine1.25g
** Percent Daily Value is based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
† Daily Value not established.

Other Ingredients: Inulin, Lecithin. Inulin adds a trivial amount of carbohydrates per serving.

Manufacturer's Directions
Mix 1 heaping teaspoon of Optimum Nutrition Instantized BCAA 5000 Powder with 8-10 ounces of water or your favorite cold beverage for 15 to 20 seconds using a shaker cup or simply with a glass and spoon. Try adding Optimum Nutrition Instantized BCAA 5000 Powder to your favorite protein supplement, MRP, or weight-gainer. Combine with a sensible diet and regular exercise.

Manufacturer's Disclaimer
Keep out of reach of children. Check with a qualified healthcare professional before taking this product if you are pregnant, nursing a baby, under 18 years of age, or if you have any known or suspected medical condition(s) and/or are taking any prescription or OTC medication(s).

By: on 2/24/2018

BCAA's promote good health

To the last post, L-BOAA Also known as ODAP is what you are referring to, not BCAA's. Avoid glutamate overload and Excitotoxins such as MSG, aspartame, and cysteine. BCAA's are totally healthy and fine. Food sources for BCAA's are: whey, and milk proteins, beef, chicken, fish, soy proteins, eggs, baked beans, whole wheat, brown rice, almonds, brazil nuts, pumpkins seeds, lima beans, chick peas, cashew nuts, lentils, and corn. Please do research before misinforming thousands of customers with bogus reviews.

By: on 10/15/2015

BACCS good source

great for recovery and endurance at the gym a must to have year round !!

By: on 5/26/2015


Be careful of BCAAs, they are classified as excitotoxins. Are definitely linked to Alzeimers and other brain related diseases.... do your research. Taking them in this form is much different than getting them in Whey, in which they are peptide bound. Be careful, highly recommend to avoid. Good luck....

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