L-isoleucine powder
  • Product Name: L-isoleucine
  • Appearance: White Crystal Powder
  • Specification: 99% min
  • Application: Food & Feed Additive, Supplement
  • CAS NO.: 73-32-5
  • Molecular Formula: C6H13NO2

L-Isoleucine, the appearance is white crystal powder, slightly bitter taste, odorless. As one of the essential amino acids for the human body, it is nutritionally related to valine and leucine with similar structures. At the same time, L Isoleucine is also one of the three branched-chain amino acids. Because of its special structure and function, it occupies a particularly important position in the metabolism of human life.

What is L-Isoleucine used for?

  • L-Isoleucine is an essential supplement for the normal development of infants and nitrogen balance for adults. It can promote protein synthesis, increase growth hormone and insulin levels, maintain body balance, and increase the body’s immune function.
  • Prepare compound amino acid preparations, especially for high branched chain amino acid infusion and oral liquid.
  • Used as a food fortifier to balance various amino acids and improve the nutritional value of food. In addition, adding L-isoleucine powder to beverages to produce functional beverages, etc.
  • It can also be used for lactation and feed additives of dairy cows.

Isoleucine works with leucine and valine to repair muscle, control blood sugar, and provide energy to body tissues. It also increases growth hormone production and helps burn visceral fat. Because these fats are located inside the body, diet and exercise alone are not effective against them.

Leucine, isoleucine, and valine are branched-chain amino acids that help promote muscle recovery after training. Among them, isoleucine is the most effective branched chain amino acid, which can effectively prevent muscle loss because it can be decomposed and converted into glucose faster. Increased glucose prevents damage to muscle tissue, so it’s especially good for bodybuilders.

Leucine can promote the healing of bone, skin, and damaged muscle tissue, and doctors usually recommend leucine supplements for postoperative patients.

The best food sources of isoleucine include brown rice, beans, meats, nuts, soy flour, and whole grains. Since it is an essential amino acid, this means that the body cannot produce it itself and can only be obtained through diet. People who generally engage in high-intensity physical activity and a low-protein diet should consider taking isoleucine supplements. But it is best taken with isoleucine and valine.

Please leave your message for quick reply within 24 hours.

    Your Name

    Your Email *

    Your Phone *

    Your Country

    Your Message *