- Pure L-leucine.
- Vegetable origin.
- Neutral flavour.
- Suitable for vegans.
With purity analysis by an independent laboratory with DANAK certification.
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L-Leucine powder by RawSeries is a vegan food supplement in powder form, based on L-leucine from vegetable fermentation.
L-leucine is a proteinogenic amino acid, one of the conformational units of protein. It belongs to the group of branched-chain amino acids (BCAAs), and to the group of essential amino acids (EAAs), hence its indispensable condition for dietary intake.
L-Leucine by RawSeries is an amino acid from plant sources, derived from fermentation processes. It is a supplement 100% suitable for vegetarian and vegan diets.
L-Leucine is an amino acid normally used in gram dosages, so many people find the RAW format more convenient.
Not you? L-Leucine 500mg is also available in vegetable capsules.
Vegan dieters use L-Leucine in combination with foods low in Leucine to increase the Leucine content in food, and the powder form is more versatile.
Due to its total atomisation with a small particle size, it is easier to distribute homogeneously in a solution. It doesn't form lumps and does not settle after immediate mixing.
Pure L-Leucine concentrations have been determined in an independent food testing laboratory accredited by the Danish Accreditation Fund (DANAK).
A sign of transparency by HSN. Because we want you to be sure of the quality of our products.
Amino acids have traditionally been obtained from animal sources (such as feathers, beaks, and hair); in fact, the most widespread source of leucine is human hair.
At HSN we avoid these sources of amino acids as they are not vegan choices, and we believe that the highest quality food supplements should be accessible to everyone.
Vegetable fermentation techniques emerged a decade ago on the Asian continent, from cutting-edge biotech innovation companies. They developed a pure, safe and efficient extraction process.
At HSN we use this same technique, ensuring that the amino acid is of vegetable origin and therefore suitable for vegans.
Leucine has an intense bitter taste.
Goes great with:
Visit also the rest of our products that make up our EAAs or essential amino acids category.
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|daily doseper serving|
|Serving size: 1 scoop of 10ml (5g)|
|daily dose: 2 scoops of 10ml (10g)|
|Servings per container: 30|