What about ON whey? Their Gold Standard has 5 grams of BCAA's and but it's sweetened with acesulfame potassium not aspartame.Finally got a low carb, no aspartame containing Whey Isolate which doesn't taste like warmed over shit. Since there is no benefit to over 30g's intake at a time I space this out over the day. I like this one in the morning before my run.
Most benefit for BCCA's takes place when muscle catabolysis takes place during/post workout. So the quick absorption and net blood protein availability isn't really needed in the morning when I'm looking for a long slow release of energy with low blood sugar spike. I should probably supplement with casein protein to go even longer acting, but since I squeeze in breakfast right after my run I don't bother. Also since I eat around noon again, and then a snack at 3 and then pre workout dinner, I only need BCCA's after my evening workout.What about ON whey? Their Gold Standard has 5 grams of BCAA's and but it's sweetened with acesulfame potassium not aspartame.
Hmm...As per Ice's recommendation
Started reading it during my lunch break at work today. wow doesn't even describe what i've read so far.
Yeah, it's so nice to know I don't have to pay $200 on that next month. Sadly, that $200 will now go on the credit card. :lol:Fuck yeah! I can't wait until my car is paid off (in about a year and a half). It'll be the first time I'll NOT have had a car payment since...1997.