How To Take BCAA

How To Take BCAA

Get the most out of your BCAA formula by learning how and when to take it.


Our BCAA formula is not just for extreme athletes. All levels can benefit from supplementing with BCAAs. The body restores protein lost through exercise (a process known as Muscle Protein Synthesis).
BCAA can increase muscle protein synthesis and nitrogen retention, which are both essential to building lean muscle.


BCAA stands for Branched Chain Amino Acids. It contains three Essential Amino Acids: Leucine, Isoleucine, and Valine. These are essential because the body cannot build them from other compounds. They must come from diet or supplementation. 

Supplement with BCAA to reduce muscle soreness, improve hydration and endurance.
Our formula supports tissue repair, muscle growth, wound healing, and immune function. It also regulates blood-sugar levels and is involved in energy production.


Mix 1 scoop (5 grams) with ~8 oz of water. Sip on it during your workout or in the afternoon to curb your sweet tooth.
Consume 5-10 grams once per day, even on days you don’t train. Consistently taking BCAA can make it more effective.

Shop BCAA in two delicious flavours: Peach & Cherry


Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you have any medical condition, are pregnant or nursing.

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