Kilo Klub Member
- Jan 24, 2009
Anyone know how much protein is in 10g eaa's? I Googled it and not getting a direct number. I've read 30 plus grams?
Thought it was 30-40g equivalent of protein powder. Doesn’t require digestion. Straight up assimilation ...
Whey isolate does digest very quickly. The speed of absorption vs. eaa is negatable. I'd save money and buy a quality whey iso. instead This goes for even those using slin around workout times.
10 grams tn (older formula) has same amino profile as 25 -30grams whey isolate.
Eaa is an amazing replacement for protein.
You're simply missing out on calories, peptides, and nutrients.
acute whey PRO ingestion (15 g), under resting conditions and in elderly men and women, resulted in greater muscle protein balance than consumption of its constituent EAAs (6.72 g) or non-essential amino acids (7.57 g). This result may suggest that something other than EAAs within whey are important for muscle hypertrophy. For example, it is possible that via the PEPT-1 cotransporters' high capacity, low specificity rate of transport, and an apparent increased transport affinity for L-valine bound peptides, that the bound form of an EAA may be more efficiently utilized than when delivered in its free-form. Similarly, new discoveries continue to surface regarding bioactive peptides present within dairy, and specifically in whey that may facilitate improved recovery and antioxidative capacity to support physiological adaptations to exercise.
It is :banghead:It's not though...
The EAA amount in 10grams are the same as 25-30grams of Meat protein or whey. Just look at the ratios