The Body Attack Extreme Whey Deluxe and its selected nutrients are meant for strength athletes and endurance athletes who have strong energy and protein metabolism requirements during workouts. The multicomponent whey protein provides proteins of high biological value with all essential amino acids that the body and the muscles need after a hard workout to promote the build-up and maintenance of muscle proteins. Furthermore, athletes, who are preparing for a contest, receive the necessary vitamins that can maintain normal energy and protein metabolism, as well as the immune function. Moreover, with the help of modern production methods, unwanted nutrients such ascarbohydrates and fats could be filtered off.
1. What are the other substances still active in the Body Attack Whey Deluxe?
The Body Attack Extreme Whey Deluxe contains the amino acids BCAA and L-Glutamine, which primarily occur in the body as an energy reserve in muscles. One serving of Body Attack Extreme Whey Deluxe (mixed with low-fat milk) contains over 7,000 mg of BCAA, which are also known as branched chain amino acids L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine. They are among the essential amino acids that the body cannot produce by itself. This is why they may not be missing in your daily diet. The added L-Glutamine (1.5 g per 30 g powder) is also a relative of the BCAA in the body and plays a key role in the energy and protein metabolism.
Other ingredients of the Body Attack Extreme Whey Deluxe are the added lactose enzymes, lactase (3 mg / 30 g powder), the most important B vitamins and the antioxidants, ascorbic acid and vitamin E, which help protect the body and muscle cells from oxidative stress. Especially athletes who complete an intensive and extensive training have a greater requirement for vitamins due to the high metabolic activity and physical exertion. Body Attack Extreme Whey Deluxe not only provides essential proteins, but also the vitamins which can be beneficial after strenuous endurance training.
2. Worth knowing: What are BCAAs?
BCAA stands for Branched Chain Amino Acids. These include the three essential amino acids L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine. They are also known as proteinogenic amino acids, because the body can convert these to body proteins.