EVO 2:1:1 (BCAA'S INSTANT) POWDER
EVO 2:1:1 (2:1:1 BCAA'S + VITAMINS B6 & B12)
BCAA'S INSTANT 2:1:1 2.0
EVO 4:1:1 (BCAA'S INSTANT) POWDER
EVOBCAA'S 2.0 (BCAA'S 12:1:1 + GLUTAMINE)
EVOBCAA'S COMPLEX POWDER
EVO 4:1:1 (4:1:1 BCAA'S + VITAMINS B6 & B12)
BCAA'S INSTANT 4:1:1 2.0
- Flavoured branched-chain amino acids.
- Derived from vegetable fermentation.
- Balanced ratio 2:1:1.
- In powder form.
- Suitable for vegans.
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Evo 2:1:1 powder (BCAA's Instant) by SportSeries SportSeries is a vegan powdered food supplement based on branched chain amino acids (BCAA): L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, and L-Valine, ratio 2:1:1.
The amino acids that make up this food supplement have been developed based on a process of fermentation from plant sources, unlike most of the options on the market that are obtained from mammal’s hair and feathers.
This is a product suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
BCAAs are a group of 3 amino acids with unique chemical characteristics, which attract the interest of athletes due to their nutritional properties.
They belong to the group of the so-called 'essential amino acids', which makes them essential nutrients that should be administered through food to prevent a possible state of nutritional insufficiency in the long term.
Branched chain amino acids are essential nutrients.
Although BCAAs are a very popular dietary supplement, they are not all the same:
Most of the amino acids available on the food supplement market are produced by extraction from animal sources, such as hair and feathers.
One of the groups of people most interested in the use of branched-chain amino acids is the vegan population, since vegetable protein sources are characterised by having a generally lower biological value than those of animal origin , and in lots of cases, a relatively low BCAA content (Hoffman and Falvo, 2004).
Our BCAAs are produced from fermentation of plant sources such as corn, which involves their subsequent extraction, filtration in several steps, crystallisation and pulverisation.
We offer you a food supplement of the highest quality on the market, 100% suitable for vegans.
BCAAs are characterised by their naturally bitter taste that certain users do not really like, often meaning they resort to flavoured options.
Camouflaging the bitter aftertaste of BCAAs is extremely difficult and many available options hide it by adding large amounts of sweeteners that take away content from the raw material.
Not at HSN!
The flavors of our BCAAs have been developed with a specific combination of additives to achieve refreshing flavors , without being extremely sweet, with lower content in sweeteners, and less intensity in the bitter aftertaste classic amino acids.
Do you prefer something other than powder? We bring you Evo 2:1:1 in tablets!
Evo 2:1:1 (BCAA's 2:1:1) is an instant powdered food supplement .
It dissolves easily in water, and is ideal to use before, during or after your workouts, as part of your fluid intake, since the sedimentation rate is very low and the mixture remains homogeneous for longer thanks to our optimised micronisation with a smaller particle size.
Enjoy branched-chain amino acids at any time during your longest workouts.
They go great with:
External links to scientific articles
- Dudgeon, W. D., Kelley, E. P., & Scheett, T. P. (2016). In a single-blind, matched group design: Branched-chain amino acid supplementation and resistance training maintains lean body mass during a caloric restricted diet. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 13(1), 1.
- Salinas-Garcia, M. E., Martinez-Sanz, J. M., Urdampilleta, A., Mielgo-Ayuso, J., Norte Navarro, A., & Ortiz-Moncada, R. (2014). Effects of branched amino acids in endurance sports: a review. Nutricion hospitalaria, 31(2), 577–589.
- Blomstrand, E. (2006). A Role for Branched-Chain Amino Acids in Reducing Central Fatigue. The Journal of Nutrition, 136(2), 544S-547S.
- Hoffman, J. R., & Falvo, M. J. (2004). Protein - Which is best? Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 3(3), 118–130.
- Jackman, S. R., Witard, O. C., Philp, A., Wallis, G. A., Baar, K., & Tipton, K. D. (2017). Branched-chain amino acid ingestion stimulates muscle myofibrillar protein synthesis following resistance exercise in humans. Frontiers in Physiology, Vol. 8, p. 390.
- Fouré, A., & Bendahan, D. (2017). Is branched-chain amino acids supplementation an efficient nutritional strategy to alleviate skeletal muscle damage? A systematic review. Nutrients, 9(10).
|daily doseper serving|
|Serving size: 1 scoop of 10ml (5g)|
|daily dose: 1 scoop of 10ml (5g)|
|Servings per container: 200|