TRU BCAA is our Ultra Premium BCAA + L-Carnitine formula. We worked with Massy Arias for 6 months to develop and perfect this formula and currently there is nothing similar in the market.
* Note * BOTH TRU BCAA flavors are safe for pregnant, lactating and nursing mothers
TRU BCAA is the totally natural and absolutely delicious drink that you can rely on to perform your workouts and stay hydrated throughout the day.
What are BCAA?
BCAA (Branched Chain Amino Acids) are those amino acids that contribute most directly to muscular performance and endurance while promoting muscle recovery and fat loss.
All Natural Sun BCAA
We use SUN BCAA made from fermented sunflowers to create a 2:1:1 ratio BCAA formula free of all animal products.
TRU BCAA contains 1200mg of L-Carnitine to help the body naturally burn fat and create energy while exercising.
TRU BCAA uses monk fruit, a naturally sweet plant extract as the key to our clean and refreshing flavors.
TRU BCAA FAQS
Q: HOW DO BCAAS WORK?
A: BCAAs work differently because of their branched molecular structure that enables them to be readily converted into glucose by the body. Unlike normal instances when the body utilizes carbohydrates to be burned as fuel, in some cases, protein can be broken down, burned as fuel and lead to health benefits.
Q: ARE BCAAS GOOD FOR YOU?
A: Yes. BCAAs can be good for you because they promote certain health benefits, such as:
- Raising workout intensity
- Reducing fatigue during exercise and soreness after a workout
- Increasing protein synthesis
- Decreasing muscle protein breakdown
- Stimulating protein synthesis
Q: HOW SHOULD YOU USE BCAAS?
A: BCAA’s should be taken primarily around the exercise or workout window. Either immediately before, during, or post workout are the preferred times to use TRU BCAA. During and immediately after, exercise our bodies need for BCAA’s is the highest; so drinking TRU BCAA at this time can help extend performance, encourage fat loss and prevent muscle breakdown.
Q: ARE BCAA SUPPLEMENTS SAFE?
A: While BCAA supplements are generally considered safe, side effects like fatigue and loss of coordination may develop if these are taken excessively. However, there are groups of people who should avoid BCAA supplements entirely because they can trigger complications. These include pregnant and breastfeeding women, chronic drinkers of alcohol beverages, people diagnosed with ALS and branched-chain ketoaciduria, and those who will be undergoing a surgical procedure.