BCEAA Next level – Isotonic NRG
- Advanced amino acid matrices with EAA and a high proportion of BCAA, electrolytes and carefully chosen substances.
- Contains Watts Up® which is a new natural ergogenic substance from which the muscle cells power stations streamline mitochondria’s work to release explosive energy.
BCEAA Next level by Christofer Nober.
Take your results to the next level using one of the world’s most advanced amino acid supplements spiced with various anabolic activators, electrolytes, high-efficiency amino acids that effectively stop the body’s catabolic processes. A “powerhouse” of substances composed for you who have the goal to develop and get over your plateau in development.
BCEAA is as the name basically suggests an essential amino acid mixture with extra-high doses of BCAA. The essential amino acids are 9 in number and can not be synthesized by the body itself but must be supplied by diet on a daily basis. If you fail to get the amount the body needs through the food, your body is forced to break down muscle protein to get these into the most acute processes. This is called a catabolic state, you are in a negative nitrogen balance. The essential amino acids thus play a key role in repairing and building muscle tissue, regulating sleep and mood, helping to convert fatty acids into energy, producing important hormones, secondly detoxifying the body from harmful substances, regulating blood sugar levels, and supporting the central nervous system. Thus a lot of key features. In BCEAA from Next Level, extra high proportions of BCAA are the branched amino acids (L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valin). These three are primarily responsible for putting the body into a build-up state where muscle mass can be build up and the energy levels through blood sugar controlled. It is usually said that L-Leucine is by far the most important amino acid because L-Leucin directly affects a small signal protein called mTOR present in the muscles. mTOR regulates the cellular growth of cells, cell division, protein synthesis and fatty synthesis. mTOR is controlled by the cellular energy levels and stimulated by the hormone insulin, growth factors, food intake, and not least the Leucine amino acid. Too little energy in the system, lack of leucine or low insulin levels makes the system switch to catabolic degradation phase. An addition of any of these, therefore, has an opposite effect – anabolism. We can say that Leucin in this case serves as the direct accelerator of the mTOR, so that construction is increasing again.
In our amino acid matrix there are also two non-essential amino acids L-glutamine and Taurin. In a negative energy balance of the body, muscle mass breaks down to get energy and the essential amino acids are released to cover what is needed at the time. At the same time significant amounts of L-Glutamine are degraded and used as fuel. An addition of L-Glutamine then reduces this decomposition and can be said to have a muscle-saving effect. L-Glutamine also plays an important role for the immune system, especially white blood cells. One can say that about 60% of muscle mass consists of just L-Glutamine. Amino acid Taurin helps muscle cells to be well hydrated (have an optimum amount of fluid in themselves) and thus not easily broken down at a catabolic state, eg after a hard workout.
Electrolytes, such as potassium, magnesium, sodium and calcium, all work together to maintain a good fluid balance in the body. When we exercise, we sweat a lot and lose both salt and minerals. The effect of this may be muscular cramps, but also a reduced ability to perform. The fluid balance is vital for the body to be built up.
Betain, trimethylglycine. This substance, which is rich in spinach and beetroot, has found promising effects on researchers. What research suggests is that betaine may increase the concentration of creatine in the muscles, which could give rise to increased explosive strength. In a study, betaine may increase self-production of growth hormone and IGF-1 and lower the stress hormone cortisol, resulting in even better anabolism PMID: 23870626
Phosphatidic acid is a so-called phospholipid (fatty acid) most commonly extracted from soy. Phosphatidic acid is naturally formed in the cellular cells of the muscle cells, especially in eccentric training and has been shown to bind and activate the signal protein mTOR. Thus, it can be counted as a growth factor. Several studies indicate that phosphatidic acid has a powerful effect on mTOR C1 (one of mTOR’s two variants) in human cells, which increases the effects of weight training and that dietary absorption is almost complete. Phosphatidic acid as a dietary supplement therefore works best in conjunction with strength training and preferably exercise with partial focus on the eccentric (decreasing) part of the movements. The result – A stronger signaling to the body to start building muscle mass!
In one of the first human studies with Phosphatidic Acid (published in JISSN), the researchers looked at the effect on muscle strength and body composition. Sixteen strength-threatening individuals were selected and divided into two groups – one group receiving placebo and one receiving 750 mg Phosphatidic Acid per day for eight weeks. The group receiving Phosphatidic Acid showed a strength increase in their knee bend results of 12.7% and an increase in muscle mass by 2.6%, m