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L-Leucine - Pag. 1


L-Leucine: natural ingredient of Lastevolution

L-Leucine: natural ingredient of LastevolutionLeucine is an essential amino acid for the human body that not being able to synthesize, needs a constant supply with diet. As all the amino acids, leucine is present especially in food derived from animal protein, but unlike other is also found in legumes and cereals.

Leucine is essential for growth and muscular endurance, promotes protein synthesis and supports the metabolism of fasting possessing ketogenic activity.

Together with two other essential amino acids, referred to as isoleucine and valine is an amino acid especially used in sports, where it is known by the acronym BCAA (brain chain aminoacids) or branched-chain amino acids.

Leucine, isoleucine and valine are about 20% of the amino acids assimilated by feeding and are particularly concentrated within the muscle. The branched chain amino acids are an important source of alternative energy at which the body turns significantly during intense and prolonged effort.

The administration of the branched acids is commonly known as one of the most valid both for energy which supplements that for being carriers of valuable benefits.
The set of branched amino acids is composed of L-isoleucine, L-leucine and L-valine, that is to say 3 essential amino acids that provide about 30/40% of all muscle proteins.

Have been developed many scientific works which document the major activity of leucine, especially as regards the recovery of energy and the stimulus to the endogenous secretion of growth hormone and insulin.
The peculiarity of such amino acids is due to their ability to be metabolized directly into muscle tissue and the muscle itself, so their metabolism does not involve the liver.

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