6PAK ANTIcatabolic PAK 900 grams
ANTIcatabolic PAK is an advanced product based on high quality BCAA amino acids (2: 1: 1 ratio), vitamins, taurine and L-glutamine. Interesting flavor compositions and the undisturbed solubility of each serving are the great benefits of Anticatabolic.
Branched chain amino acids BCAA are a key component of the product
L-leucine, L-isoleucine and L-valine are so-called branched chain amino acids (BCAAs). They belong to the group of essential (exogenous) amino acids that need to be supplied with food (or supplementation) because our body cannot synthesize them on its own. BCAA amino acids make up about 14-18% of all amino acids that make up muscle tissue. There is an increased risk of depletion of leucine, isoleucine and valine during physical activity, so it is worth supplementing them as a dietary supplement to prevent this effect. An Anticatabolic PAK was developed for this purpose.
Vitamin C has a positive effect on the body’s resistance to all types of infections. It has strong antioxidant properties that reduce the activity of free radicals. It is worth noting that the increased amount of this vitamin accelerates the process of synthesis of new collagen proteins, which is necessary for the rapid regeneration of joints. The effects of vitamin C on the normalization of levels of cortisol, a stress hormone, are well known and can lead to the breakdown of body tissues (if high levels are maintained for a long time).
Vitamin B6 helps maintain proper protein and glycogen metabolism and proper energy metabolism. It also helps the nervous system to function properly and is involved in hematopoietic processes – which is why it is extremely important for every human body.
By acting on the same receptors as insulin, taurine improves the transport of nutrients (including amino acids and creatine). It is a common supplement to the pre-workout diet of many valued athletes and aims to improve the bioavailability of the entire product.
L-glutamine is one of the most important precursors for the synthesis of proteins and other amino acids such as ornithine, arginine, citrulline and proline. It is also the basis of glucose formation, its transformation being an important source of energy for many cells in the body [De Bandt and De Bandt, 1998]. It also has anti-catabolic properties that are often underestimated by novice athletes. It supports muscle regeneration by reducing the time it takes to regain full strength. It is an endogenous amino acid that plays a huge role in nitrogen metabolism, thus affecting the rate of new protein synthesis. It helps reduce lactic acid production, which directly affects the rate of recovery after a workout.