Articles – BCAA
Branched-chain Amino Acids
- The data do not seem to support a benefit to BCAA supplementation during periods of caloric restriction.
- BCAA Supplements are Just Hype – Here’s a Better Way to Build Muscle
- The Truth About BCAA
- Supplementation of a suboptimal protein dose with leucine or essential amino acids: effects on myofibrillar protein synthesis at rest and following resistance exercise in men.
- Long-term effects of leucine supplementation on body composition.
- Interrelationship between physical activity and branched-chain amino acids.
- Body composition changes associated with fasted versus non-fasted aerobic exercise.
- Nutritional interventions to augment resistance training-induced skeletal muscle hypertrophy.
- Free leucine supplementation during an 8-week resistance training program does not increase muscle mass and strength in untrained young adult subjects.
- Ingestion of an Amino Acid Electrolyte Beverage during Resistance Exercise Does Not Impact Fluid Shifts into Muscle or Performance
- In a single-blind, matched group design: branched-chain amino acid supplementation and resistance training maintains lean body mass during a caloric restricted diet
- Branched-chain amino acid supplementation does not enhance athletic performance but affects muscle recovery and the immune system.
- Branched-chain amino acid supplementation attenuates muscle soreness, muscle damage and inflammation during an intensive training program.
- Branched-chain amino acid supplementation and indicators of muscle damage after endurance exercise.
- Why the BCAA Supplement is Overrated