BCAA’s [Branched Chain Amino Acids] comprises of Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine; BCAA’s are also part of essential amino acids, since the human body cannot produce them and therefore they must be present in your diet. BCAA’s are required to maintain muscle tissue and numerous studies have shown that BCAA’s can help to preserve the muscle stores of glycogen (a stored form of carbohydrate that can be converted into energy). BCAA’s also prevent muscle tissue breakdown during training and therefore can improve adaptation to training. Unlike other amino acids, BCAA’s are not metabolised in the stomach. BCAA’s are metabolised directly in the muscle, this unique property of BCAA’s makes them anabolic (they build muscle) and also anti-catabolic (they stop muscle breakdown) amino acids. The main advantage is the capsule form of BCAA Complex, it is very easy to carry few capsules in your pill box and only 4 to 8 capsules can be sufficient to enhance your energy production. BCAA’s can also be taken along with your protein shake for even better results.