Fermented Bcaas

Did you know that not all BCAA (branched chain amino acid) supplements are created equal? Not from a ratio or other ingredient standpoint...but from the actual quality of the aminos themselves. There are several different ways to produce BCAAs, the most common being very harsh acid extraction of animal products, including duck feathers and hair. The process involves hydrolysis using high heat and strong acids for several hours, producing an amino acid hydrolyzate that must then be filtered, dried and refined to make it suitable for human consumption. This is the most popular way to produce amino acids due to the abundance of raw materials, low cost and ease of manufacture. This process may produce products contaminated with allergens. Another less common and more expensive amino acid
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