MuscleTech Releases New Amino Build BCAA Supplement

MuscleTech has jumped into the intra-workout with their new product Amino Build. This is the latest product in MuscleTech's "Performance Series".

MuscleTech has jumped into the intra-workout BCAAs market with their new product Amino Build. The product is the latest addition to MuscleTech's new Performance Series group of products.

Amino Build delivers 8g of BCAAs in every 2 scoops, and uses the popular 2:1:1 ratio of BCAAs (the same as other popular products like Xtend and Hydramino). Right now MuscleTech is offering 2 flavors, fruit punch and green apple. No reviews have been posted on either of these flavors yet. Here's a quote from MuscleTech's page about Amino Build:

"New Amino Build™ is a superior pre-, intra-, and post-workout complex delivering a massive 8g of 100% free-form 2:1:1 BCAA matrix (per 2 scoops) to help fuel skeletal muscles, preserve muscle glycogen stores and reduce protein breakdown.*

The branched chain amino acids in Amino Build™ are 100% free-form. Free-form amino acids are singular molecules, which means they are quickly digested and absorbed by your bloodstream.*"

Amino Build is on sale now on M&S!

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Posted Mon, 04/22/2013 - 02:56
S Sweltar

Please wait before promoting BCAA's!!

The devastating disease, ALS may be linked in athletes to the use of BCAA’s. Upregulation of a sodium current (using the chemistry periodic table symbols, its I+Na+P, except my typing program doesn't let me print it in it's correct form which is sort of like: I Na P) and neuronal hyperexcitability appear to be hallmarks of ALS. Neuronal hyperexcitability appear to be hallmarks of ALS.
"Certain studies suggested a link between sporadic ALS, specifically in athletes, and a diet enriched with branched-chain amino acids. BCAAs, a common dietary supplement among athletes, cause cell hyper-excitability resembling that usually observed in ALS patients. The proposed underlying mechanism is that cell hyper-excitability results in increased calcium absorption by the cell and thus brings about cell death, specifically of neuronal cells which have particularly low calcium buffering capabilities.[21][22]"
"We observed that neuron excitability was comparable between G93A and BCAA-enriched diet mice, but was significantly higher than in Control mice. These findings, besides strongly indicating that BCAAs specifically induce hyperexcitability, seem to suggest the involvement of p70S6 substrate in ALS pathology."