Herbalife Nutrition unveils a new product for athletes’ daily workout
Category: #health  By Pankaj Singh  Date: 2019-07-29
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Herbalife Nutrition unveils a new product for athletes’ daily workout
  • The company launches Herbalife24 Branched-Chain Amino Acids powder to enhance athletes’ routine workout.
  • BCCA’s offer a clean and convenient option for fitness fanatics and bodybuilders.

California based Herbalife Nutrition reportedly launched its Herbalife24 branched-chain amino acids powder recently. According to credible sources, this advanced product in the Herbalife24 product line contains BCCA’s, working collectively to help shape and retain lean muscle, boost muscle growth and support faster recovery after the workout.

Kristy Appelhans, the senior director of Global Consumer Safety at Herbalife Nutrition was reportedly quoted stating that the BCCAs are the ideal supplements to provide the athletes with full-fledged amino acids which are essential for them to maintain lean muscle mass and help them reach their desired and competitive goals.

For the record, BCAAs are not naturally built up by the body, and therefore they require intake via diet. During strength training workouts, lactic acid forms in the body’s muscles, resulting in discomfort, which can make it difficult for some people to continue the workout. The body retorts by taking amino acids from the blood stream to toughen the muscles. BCAAs, unlike other supplements, are absorbed by the muscle, acting as an important source to restrict the muscle breakdown induced by workout.

Herbalife24 BCCAs deliver five grams of branched-chain amino acids including three grams of leucine. The product contains no caffeine, is free from gluten, is formed with non-GMO ingredients, and contains natural flavors and sweeteners, providing the athletes with a clean blend of only what their body needs for improved performance.

Reportedly, the latest product is NSF Certified for Sport and is free from athletic barred substances. Each 7.2-ounce of BCAAs container has 30 servings. The product can be easily prepared by mixing a spoon in 14 fluid ounces of water and requires to be consumed one to two times daily pre or during workout.

Headquartered in the United States, Herbalife Nutrition is a global marketing corporation which develops, markets and exports dietary supplements, weight management, sports nourishment and personal-care products since 1980.

Source credit: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20190728005058/en/Herbalife-Nutrition-Boosts-Herbalife24%C2%AE-Sports-Product-Line



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