EAA Amino Acids – Essential amino acids are a group of protein components that are essential for our body. They cannot be produced by it itself. They must be obtained from external sources, such as food or dietary supplements. The EAA consists of the following amino acids: leucine, isoleucine, valine, lysine, methionine, threonine, tryptophan, phenylalanine and possibly histidine and arginine (the last two – amino acids are so-called relatively exogenous). Providing the required amount of EAA is absolutely important for the effective operation of basic life processes inside the body. And even more important when we train strength.
In sports nutrition used as dietary supplements, elements supporting exercise and post-workout regeneration. EAA also belongs to the group of anti-catabolics, but also supplements with anabolic effect due to leucine. In the case of strength training, the provision of amino acids shortly after exercise is of the utmost importance. Even in this case it is more important than the supply of carbohydrates. In the context of post-workout regeneration, the combination of essential amino acids and carbohydrates is the best action we can take.
Dosage: 10-15 g per serving before and after training.