Are BCAA (Branched Chain Amino Acids) Healthy?
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There is a distinct lack of evidence in the present body of research proving that BCAA or BCAA supplements cause cancer or diabetes. To promote the idea that three amino acids are the cause for these chronic diseases, is nothing but pure fear mongering. Again, remember that correlation is not the same as causation.
There is increasing evidence that diabetes leads to a significantly higher risk for certain types of cancer. Both diabetes and cancer are characterized by severe metabolic perturbations and the branched chain amino acids (BCAAs) appear to play a significant role in both of these diseases. BCAAs may also benefit people with liver disease. However, some research links increased BCAA levels to conditions such as diabetes, cancer, liver.
Moreover, the taking of BCAA supplements also can possibly lead to diabetes. Studies from the Duke University medical center showed that too Much Protein allegedly from taking BCAA supplements along with eating, can lead to insulin resistance in the long run. And developing insulin resistance is a precursor to diabetes.
Branched‐chain amino acids (BCAA) have increasingly been studied as playing a role in diabetes, with the PubMed search string “diabetes” AND “branched chain amino acids” showing particular growth in studies of the topic over the past decade (Fig. 1). Nagata C, Nakamura K, Wada K, Tsuji M, Tamai Y, Kawachi T. Branched-chain amino acid intake and the risk of diabetes in a Japanese community: the Takayama study. Am J Epidemiol.
2013;178(8):1226. It is too early to prove whether BCAAs are helpful for diabetes or an inherited form of autism spectrum disorder, two other reported uses. Dosages of BCAAs vary, depending upon the reason for use. However, knowledge about the potential of BCAAs and their pathways of metabolism affecting α-cell function is lacking. It needs to be clarified whether BCAAs could over time contribute to the progressive α-cell dysfunction, and play a pathogenic role in the formation and progressive development of type 2 diabetes – like lipoand glucotoxicity.
There has been increased study into the correlation of breast cancer and diabetes. The connection has been made as a result of improvements in diagnosis and treatment of. Diabetes or insulin resistance causes removal of magnesium along with other minerals from your body due to excess removal of water through urination.
Research in the 90s found that there was a link between low magnesium levels in the blood and type 2 diabetes.
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