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L-Leucine - Pag. 2

Lastevolution:

L-Leucine: natural ingredient of Lastevolution

Leucine Synthesis and protein attachment

L-Leucine: natural ingredient of LastevolutionNumerous studies have documented that to achieve a balanced nitrogen balance is necessary to use a porti-
on of proteins that include the amino acid leucine.

Protein synthesis is the creation of new proteins of skeletal muscle. When protein synthesis is carried out on a large scale is known as hypertrophy of skeletal muscle, ie the increase in the unit transverse muscle and is the process by which our muscles become larger.
Supplementation rich in amino acids, especially of leucine, rebalances muscle protein synthesis after intense physical activity.

Doing resistance training, it affects protein turnover in skeletal muscle reducing the rate of protein synthesis and increasing the level of muscle catabolism.

In addition to isoleucine and valine, L-leucine is one of the three branched chain amino acids (BCAA) and with respect to the stimulation of protein synthesis in muscles, has an effect of 10 times greater than any other amino acid.

Leucine protein synthesis and MTOR

Leucine activates a very important mechanism in our bodies and in the anabolic pathway: it is MTOR (Mammali-
an Target Of Ripamycin), which is a very important stabilizing protein synthesis.

The MTOR is put into action when levels of ATP (adenosine triphosphate) are high and it is essential with regard to hypertrophy of the muscles.

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