February 2020

Protein powder Protein powders are in different types based on the constituent material. For instance we have whey protein, soy protein and casein protein. Whey protein is the most common protein among athletes due to its enrichment of essential amino acids. Whey protein has the highest...

CLA is a supplement belongs to family of fatty acids. CLA stands for “conjugated linoleic acid” which is polyunsaturated fat. It originally comes from animal products including meat and dairy. People often refer to this supplement for weight loss and in fact CLA is one of the most popular supplements to burn fat.

L-carnitine is a natural protein found in meat and dairy products. It is also produced in body by combination of two aminos; lysine and methionine. Carnitine, Because of it’s important role in metabolism and production of energy by transporting fatty acids into our cells' mitochondria, plays a crucial and necessary role in body. The mitochondria act as engines within our cells, burning these fats to create energy. Although L-Carnitine and D-Carnitine have a same chemical formula, D-Carnitine is an inactive form that can cause a carnitine deficiency in body while L-Carnitine is an active form of Carnitine and is essential for metabolism.

BCAA BCAAs or branchd-chain amino acids are a group of three essential amino acids including leucine, isoleucine and valine. Our body is not able to produce them on its own therefore gets them from our diet mostly from the proteins found in food, especially meat, dairy products, and legumes.