Friday, September 12, 2014

#AminoAcids : Branch Chain Amino Acids #Review

When was the last time that you went to the hospital? Either you went there for a general check up or visited someone, hospitals are not a pleasant place to go to. Unless you went there to celebrate the birth of a newborn baby, hospitals are dreaded by many. Most of the time, we go to hospitals because we are sick and that's not pleasant! For me, I don't like to see the agonizing pain of the patients and the sight of family members who worry the financial aspects of the situation. I can only sigh! We don't want to get sick that is why; we strive to be healthy.

I believe that when we and our loved-ones are healthy, happiness will flow right through it. It's worry-free! As best as we can, we strive to live healthy, eat healthy food and if there is a need to take a dietary supplement, we need to because it is part of practicing a healthy living lifestyle.

Two weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to try the #BCAA dietary supplement. BCAA stands for
Branch Chain Amino Acids which are the building blocks of protein. This dietary supplement supports the muscle growth. I am not a dietary supplement dependent but I take it when I am sold with the product. I see to it that it’s what I need. What I like most of this BCAA is that; it is a veggie capsule and no other ingredients added to it. To live healthy is to have a balance diet and when I can't get enough proteins from the food that I eat daily, I take dietary supplement. Check out the recommended dietary allowance below:
The following statements are what #BCAA claimed for:

1. Enhances Muscle Protein Synthesis
2. Equalize Muscle Building Between Young and Old
3. Increases Fat Burning and Supports Fat Loss
4. Supports Hormone Balance During Intense Training
5. May Improve Strength Development with Training
6. Enhances Endurance Performance and Decreases Fatigue
7. Decreases Muscle Soreness & DOMS for Greater Training Frequency
8. Prevents Muscle Loss During Long Duration Exercise
9. Improves Insulin Health and May Reduce Diabetes Risk
10. Correlate with Longevity and Are Therapeutic.

I can't tell if I experience those upon taking the dietary supplement for few days but this I know, amino acids are important to our health. Amino Acids in the form of proteins make up our body weight. Since there are over a dozen of amino acids and categorized into Essential and Non-essential, our body MUST have the right combination of both and other nutrients for protein maintenance. Amino Acids are essential in our body because it also helps repair the tissues and they form antibodies to combat viruses and .... many more.

I am glad that I tried this dietary supplement. By the way, the shipping and handling in this particular product is satisfactory. I can't blame the company/seller though because when I receive the product, it was packed together with my other orders. Since I have an Amazon Prime, the shipping was free. It was not wrap in a bubble so; the bottle was smashed but the capsules were fine.

To order this product, check out #BCAApromotion in Amazon.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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