There are three types of amino acids and none of them can be produced by the human body. Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine are essential, yet as they can't be produced we must obtain them from the food we eat. Why should we care about these branched-chain amino acids or BCAAs? Well, they build muscle, decrease muscle fatigue and alleviate muscle soreness. So, all in all they really do live up to their 'essential' fame.
Now we may have mentioned, once or twice, about the benefits of our fabulous biltong. It's grass-fed, lean British beef, high in protein and low in fat and salt. A thing we may have neglected to say is that M-EAT! biltong is also rather rich in BCCAs. Our traditionally-made biltong is pure muscle food. Hence why we encourage you to add it to your calorie-controlled diet pre or post workout. You needn't stop there. M-EAT! also makes for a healthier alternative snack.
Whilst 100grams of M-EAT! will provide you with 54grams of protein you will find that it is also rich in Isoleucine, Leucine and Valine. See what we mean by muscle food? We really do have you covered. Adding M-EAT! to your diet makes perfect sense. Hence why we are always thinking of new ways that you can add biltong to your diet.
So whilst you may consider M-EAT! for the convenience of having it delivered directly to your home or office, the resealable packs that fit in your bag or car - we've thought of everything else. We've brought you South Africa's indigenous food that is favoured by athletes the world over (with good reason).
M-EAT!'s nutritional value goes beyond the obvious bringing with it a host of health benefits for those who add it to their daily diet. With six flavours that you can mix and match as you wish we really have thought of everything. The last word is that four out of six M-EAT! flavours are winners of the Great Taste Awards. Protein, BCCAs and awards - you know you're onto a winner.