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BCAA Structured Peptides


#1

Couple of Questions about these.

  1. These products come from Hydrolized Whey Protein Isolate, correct? MAG-10 is Hydrolized Casein.

  2. Can these products be used for post workout recovery? Or are they really only intended to be slipped into a meal here and there?

  3. Can these supplements be combined with other protein powders, such as MAG-10, or would that be overkill?

Thank you.


#2

<a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/bcaa"target=“new”>BCAA Structured Peptides are produced from peptide enhanced whey-protein isolate, utilizing a three-step process:

Whey-protein isolate is hydrolyzed into very small peptide forms using a combination of selective enzymes (aminopeptidases and proteases) to break apart targeted leucine peptide and BCAA-peptide bonds.

Afterward, small peptide formations are extracted from the hydrolyzed whey by passing the mixture through a series of filters, ending with nanofiltration.

Next, the nano-mixture undergoes a final reaction phase to further enhance its total leucine and BCAA content.
The end result is a highly refined mixture of leucine and BCAA di- and tripeptides that provides the body with the greatest effects from BCAA supplementation.

If you are already using Mag-10, Surge or Plazma, there’s no need to add extra BCAA. You’re already very well covered. BCAA can be used in a variety of ways, but you need more than just BCAA for optimal workout nutrition. Many users simply add them to foods or mix with fluid and drink before a meal.