Levrone Signature Series
Kevin Levrone Signature Series now available online at Supps Is Life!
LevroAminoSurge is an advanced amino acid formula. Every serving fuels your body with 5 g of L-glutamine, 2.5 g of L-leucine, 1.25 g of L-isoleucine and 1.25 g of L-valine. In addition to the BCAA Complex, an Amino Acid blend has been added in a combination of essential and non – essential amino acids, in order to help support the body in the recovery process.
Branched chain amino acids (BCAA) are essential amino acids, meaning that the body cannot synthesize them and they must be supplied via food or supplementation. BCAAs are particularly important in the diet of hard training athletes, and studies show their beneficial effects on muscle recovery and muscle protein synthesis .
The product is intended for physically active people and their training periods, suitable for everyone who wants a high quality amino acid supplement.
Glutamine is the amide of glutamic acid and is essential for human body as the basic component of protein. Due to the fact that glutamine is synthesized in the live organisms from the glutamic acid, it is not an essential amino acid and does not have to be present in the diet. Glutamine plays an essential role in the metabolism of nitrogen and ammonia. The toxic ammonia produced in amino acids reactions in different tissues is assimilated with glutamic acid by its reaction, which leads to the formation of glutamine. Thus reserving the ammonia, which is “restored” by converting this amino acid back to the glutamic acid. Moreover, the glutamine is involved in the synthesis of purines, pyrimidines and many other amino acids. It may also be a substrate in the formation of glucose in the process of gluconeogenesis, if the number of other nutrients is not satisfactory. It is then absorbed together with the alanine from the muscle tissue. Glutamine is essential in the process of the formation of glutathione – an internal anti-oxidant. As a natural antioxidant, the glutathione stabilizes the membranes organelles of the cells and suppresses the release of catabolic enzymes – as an amino acids transmitter in the gamma glutamyl cycle – it facilitates the protein synthesis and supports the formation of positive nitrogen balance.
BCAAs are the amino acids of branched chains. The BCAAs are L-leucine, L-isoleucine and L-valine.