Can you believe we made the Legendary Modern BCAA even Better? Consumers have been reaping the BCAA Benefits of Modern BCAAsince 2010 and this Legendary BCAA Supplement just got Even Better!
The BCAA Best 8:1:1 Ratio containing Modern BCAA set a new Standard for the Sports Nutrition BCAA Supplement Category when it was released, but now there is a new Gold Standard BCAA Complex that has Changed the BCAA Aminos Game Forever – Modern BCAA+ – and it is loaded with 50% more aminos per serving!**
With Modern BCAA+ you’ll get a colossal 450 grams of amino acids in each 30 serving tub for a whopping 15 grams of Amino Acidsin each serving!
50% More BCAA Aminos and New Key Exercise Aminos
Modern BCAA with Glutamine is one of the Best BCAA for Recovery, but innovation is the name of the BCAA Drink Game and Modern Sports Nutrition is always looking for ways to make the Best BCAA we possibly can.
When Modern Sports Nutrition improves its Sports Nutrition Products, they improve your result – enter Modern BCAA+.
Not only did Modern Sports Nutrition give you MORE BCAA Aminos, we gave you NEW Essential Amino Acids (EAA) and New Key Exercise Amino Acids that have been shown to do all kinds of things that will make you want these Amino Acids in your Shaker Cup!
- L-Alanyl-L-Glutamine:Here, paired with BCAA Glutamine in the form of L-Alanyl-L-Glutamine is arguably the Best Glutamine. L-Alanyl-L-Glutamine is suggested to be more stable in water and to absorb better than regular Glutamine.
- Glycine: Supplementing with this amino acid around exercise is very important because muscles release more glycine during fasted exercise than any other amino, which can create a catabolic state.
- Alanine: Released at very high rates during fasted exercise, making supplementation important to preventing a catabolic state.*
- Taurine: The most abundant Amino Acid in skeletal muscle. A recent animal study demonstrated that when muscles are low in taurine, muscle function and performance were significantly reduced.*
- Lysine:This Essential Amino Acid (EAA) has been shown to preserve leucine in a protein starved state.*