4:1:1 ANABOLIC BCAA consist of L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine that are commonly referred to as Branched-Chain Amino Acids because of their unique branched chain chemical structure setting them apart from other amino acids.
BCAAs are essential amino acids meaning that they cannot be synthesized by the body but must be supplied through the diet.
The body uses BCAAs to promote healing of injured tissues, speeding up the recovery process, and to protect it self against breakdown of the muscle tissue during exercise. BCAAs are also important for developing and building muscles. Studies have furthermore shown BCAAs to be helpful in other areas as well, due to the action of the single ingredients.