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    BCAA’s opinions

    What are your opinions on running BCAAs. I read something that they are just not necessary because we get plenty of them in our diet. I also read a study that they contain ingredients that are heavily processed and really not good for us. Do you think that I should use them? And do you use them

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    I don't support daily BCAA use, I main support protein use. I find bcaas' are a poor replacement for protein.
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    BCAA's everyday are a HORRIBLE idea. i keep trying to educate people on why that is. the reason is simple. yes you need amino acids in our diet, BUT getting too much is horrible for us. it would be like getting tons of omega 6's in your diet, it is completely counter productive and unhealthy
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    bro we get amino acids from eating food lol

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    BCAA is totally unnecessary, clean food more important

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    excessive leucine in your diet will lead to gut problems and hypoglycemia. i don't recommend supplementing amino acids for this reason
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    You should be getting your bcaa’s from your daily food intake.

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    I stopped using BCAAs when I found out it was a hyped up version of protein, doing 2 shakes of whey caseinate daily now.

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    BCAA .. on daily basis is not recommeded at all .. have real food for protein

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karcos View Post
    What are your opinions on running BCAAs. I read something that they are just not necessary because we get plenty of them in our diet. I also read a study that they contain ingredients that are heavily processed and really not good for us. Do you think that I should use them? And do you use them
    No you didn't. Link us to that study

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