Unflavoured Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs)
BCAAs are a combination of the three branched chain amino acids, Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine. We've incorporated these at a 2 (leucine), 1 (valine) and 1 (isoleucine) ratio, which is generally considered the most optimum for muscle growth and recovery.
Unflavoured BCAAs for maximum purity
BCAAs are well known for their ability to help muscle repair, supplementing with these can decrease breakdown of other amino acids and lead to a more positive nitrogen balance.
Directions for BCAAs Powder
A typical dose of BCAAs is between 5 and 20g. Note that a flat standard teaspoon is 2g, therefore for a 10g serve consume 5 standard teaspoons.
For best results have before, during or directly after training.
100% Pharmaceutical Grade Leucine, Isoleucine, Valine.
Bulk Nutrients is proudly Australian owned and operated with all products developed, blended and packed locally in our facility in Grove, Tasmania. Find out more
Keep well sealed, protect from moisture, light and heat.
Frequently asked questions about Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) (Unflavoured)
How do BCAAs taste?
These BCAAS are unflavoured and are generally considered to be bitter. You can change that with a little Amino Acid Flavouring though!
What are unflavoured BCAAs made from?
BCAAs are derived from starches.
Are samples of unflavoured BCAAs available?
Sorry we do not provide samples of unflavoured BCAAs.
How are unflavoured BCAAs packaged?
Unflavoured BCAAs are packaged in resealable 250g and 1kg pouches.
Where are unflavoured BCAAs made?
Bulk Nutrients blends and packages all our products in our own manufacturing facility here in Australia.
We source our pharmaceutical grade amino acids from China, as do 99% of all supplement companies. See here for further information.
Is the packaging for unflavoured BCAAs recyclable?
Yes! The bag can be recycled by placing it in the REDcycle drop off point bins.
If you'd like more information, check this article which breaks down how Bulk's various products' packaging can be recycled.
Can I receive a discount buying more than one unit of unflavoured BCAAs at once?
Absolutely! Price breaks for unflavoured BCAAs begin when you purchase 1kg or more. Just add more than that to your cart to see the savings.
Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs) (Unflavoured) Reviews
I find this a great product! Tastes fine. Mixes fine... I either dump it straight on my tongue or mix in juice. It's when it's put in water that it gets a bit of a metallic taste. Works just as well as the musashi formula. Awesome price!
My fibromyalgia causes a decent amount of widespread pain, particularly during and after exercise. I’ve tried so many things over the years, diet changes, prescriptions, alternative medicine, physio, massage, osteo, Chiro; you name it! Nothing has even come close to being as effective as this magic potion in reducing and eventually eliminating pain. I just completed a 4 day hike, which I was told would likely never be possible, with little joint pain and absolutely no muscle pain, which I attribute completely to using BCAAs. I chose the unflavoured pure product because some ingredients cause me tummy upset, but I had no problems with this one. The product has a bitter taste, which I couldn’t stomach in just water, so I used cold water infusion teabags from the supermarket to flavour the water/BCAA mix and that was fine. Day 2 after we finished the hike, my partner and I started to feel our bodies getting sore and tight. I chugged down a teaspoon of this and felt great in the morning. He just went to sleep and was stiff and sore in the morning. 10/10 recommend.
Great product; sent in a very timely fashion.
I haven't been taking these long so can't make any claims on it's effectiveness but if you're like me you're reading these reviews for feedback on taste... does it taste good? No but it makes no to claim to. It kinda tastes a bit like how imagine plaster mix/dry wall might taste... It can be downed without too much effort and masked with a little flavour (I've been squeezing some liquid flavour drops in). I'd spend the extra next time for flavoured but if you're on a budget or already have something to blend it with then go for it.
Ok I don't think it tastes great either but add the amino acid flavouring and it's awesome and still cheap as.
If you’re using it consistently you do notice the difference! The taste isn’t the best but that’s for the obvious reason that it’s unflavoured.. which I think is palatable when combined (which is recommended) with an L Glutamine supplement anyway.
You will not beat this product for price, quality and value for money.
BCAAs have a list of benefits, but this one is simple, easy and REALLY good at stop me getting hungry while training.
Unflavoured BCAA is probably one of the worst flavours I've tasted. Purchased unflavoured to add to a pre and post workout stack which was already flavoured. Adds a bitter and metallic taste to the stack.