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Optimum Nutrition BCAA 5000 - Unflavored


Premium BCAA powder to support and active lifestyle

If you’re serious about your training, then BCAA 5000 Powder from Optimum Nutrition is for you. This premium instantised branched-chain amino acid is packed with 5g of BCAAs per serving in an optimal 2:1:1 ratio of leucine, isoleucine and valine. Take post-exercise or anytime during the day. BCAA 5000 Powder is a great way to add BCAAs into your daily diet according to your nutritional goals.

The building blocks of protein

The BCAAs – leucine, isoleucine and valine - are three essential amino acids popular in sports nutrition. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein, of which nine are essential and need to be consumed as part of our daily diet. Eleven others are classified as non-essential which means they are made within the body but may need topping up from time-to-time.
  • Premium BCAA powder by Optimum Nutrition

  • 5g of BCAAs per serving 

  • Ideal for any time of day

  • 60 servings per container


Nutritional Information

Energy 22kcal
Protein 0g
Total Carbohydrate 0g
of which sugars 0g
Total Fat 0.1g
of which saturates 0.1g
Dietary Fibre 0g
Sodium 0mg
L-Leucine 2.5g
L-Isoleucine 1.3g
L-Valine 1.3g
Per Serving (5.4g)


Mix 1 scoop (5.75g) with 200ml water or add as part of your protein shake. 

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