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EAA stands for essential amino acids. EAA are amino acids that cannot be synthesised by the body and need to be consumed in the diet. EAA supplements have a number of performance and health benefits. bulk™ only supply the most researched and sought after EAA supplements, including an optimally dosed EAA formula containing the full spectrum of EAAs.

As EAAs can’t be synthesised by the body, so it is essential that there is an ample supply of EAAS in the diet. Smaller quantities of EAA supplements have been shown to increase protein synthesis, when compared to higher quantities of ‘whole’ protein. EAA supplements can be used to ‘top up’ the EAA content of other meals, on their own as an intra-workout drink or taken regularly throughout the day.

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EAA FAQS

Amino acids are a group of organic compounds that make up proteins. Put simply, they’re the building blocks that your body uses to synthesise protein, and they also contribute to a range of other organic functions in the body. Essential Amino Acids are a group of 9 amino acids which your body cannot produce sufficient quantities of by itself, so must be obtained from your diet.

There are 9 different Essential Amino Acids that you have to obtain from your diet, and each one serves a variety of different roles in the body. Broadly speaking, they support a number of essential bodily functions, including energy production, immune system function, repairing and growing muscle, and helping your body to absorb nutrients.

Essential Amino Acids can’t be produced by your body alone, and they’re crucial for a wide range of essential bodily functions, so yes, Essential Amino Acid powders are a healthy way to integrate them into your diet. Like all nutritional supplements, however, they are not intended to be used as a meal replacement, or as an alternative to a healthy, varied diet with regular exercise.

Essential Amino Acid supplements can be taken at any time of the day, but most people choose to take them at a time when their body will need them most; as part of a pre-workout formula so their body is prepared for an intense muscle workout, or during post-workout at the same time as they take their regular protein shakes.

Essential Amino Acids are, well, essential to all of our diets, so Essential Amino Acid supplements are technically appropriate for everyone. However, they’re especially good if you’re on an intense weightlifting or resistance training programme putting your muscles under a lot of strain. They’re also good if you’re following a vegan or vegetarian diet, as some Essential Amino Acids can be difficult to obtain from a plant-based diet.

The 3 main types of amino acid are Essential, Nonessential and Conditional. Essential Amino Acids (EAAs) can only be obtained through your diet—your body can’t synthesise them on its own—making them vital in any diet. Nonessential Amino Acids can be synthesized by the body from other nutrients. Conditional Amino Acids are amino acids that your body doesn’t generally need, but may require during certain times, such as during illness or intense stress. There are also Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) which are particularly important for repairing muscle damage and promoting growth in muscle mass.

Amino Acids are the building blocks of protein and muscle tissue in your body. When you consume any kind of protein in your diet, your body breaks it down into various amino acids, which it then uses to repair and grow muscle, as well as for a range of other functions in the body. Essential Amino Acids are a group of amino acids that your body either cannot produce on its own, or cannot produce fast enough for your body’s needs, meaning you have to obtain them from food or supplements.

Your body uses Essential Amino Acids every single second of every single day, so naturally it’s okay to take Essential Amino Acid supplements every day – and if you eat a healthy, varied diet, you probably do already. Like any food or nutritional supplement, you should always consume Essential Amino Acids according to the recommended intake or dosage.

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