LevroRecovery is a unique formula supplementing the diet with a wide range of amino acids, including L-glutamine and branched chain amino acids (BCAA). The product also includes HMB, L-carnitine, niacin and B6 and B12 vitamins. The perfect combination for post-workout supplementation in the period of increased physical activity. All-out intensity and limit-busting workouts don’t mean much without adequate replenishment.
BCAAs are branched chain amino acids, which include: leucine, isoleucine and valine. They belong to essential amino acid group, meaning that body cannot produce them and they must be delivered with food. Other essential amino acids are phenylalanine, methionine, tryptophan, threonine and lysine, but leucine, isoleucine and valine satisfy about 40% of body needs for essential amino acids. Researchers at the Medical University in Indiana (USA) showed that before and after training branched-chain amino acids supplementation (BCAA) has a positive effect on muscle recovery after exercise, while assisting the development of lean muscle mass .
L-glutamine is the most common amino acid in the human body responsible for maintaining positive nitrogen balance, muscle protein synthesis and increasing the body’s natural immunity [2, 3].
Additionally, thanks to vitamin B6, B12 and niacin, which contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue after hardcore pumping you won’t be feeling completely drained.
Professional lifters and body builders take their post-workout nutrition as seriously, if not a little more so, than their pre and intra-workout supplementation. This is because of how extreme your natural muscle and exercise recovery mechanisms are!
 Yoshiharu Shimomura et al., Exercise promotes BCAA catabolism: effects of BCAA Supplementation on skeletal muscle during exercise, the Journal of nutrition
 Michael Gleeson, Dosing and Efficacy of Glutamine Supplementation in Human Exercise and Sport Training, The Journal of Nutrition 2008
 Yoshiharu Shimomura et al., Supplementation on Skeletal Muscle during Exercise, the Journal of nutrition 2004