Sorry to break it to you, but that isn’t a BCAA supplement. BCAA’s are the amino acids with aliphatic side chains (leucine, isoleucine, and valine)and are known for their effect on retaining muscle tissue. If you look at the ingredients, your “BCAA” pills really look like whey protein in pill form that contain all 8 essential amino acids. I guess you can take them before exercise, but I don’t know if the lysine, leucine, and valine present is a high enough dosage to have much of an effect. If you really want to know the calories, add up all the milligrams of amino acids in one pill, divide by a thousand to get it to grams, and multiply by 4 (4 calories / gram of protein). I wouldn’t worry about the calories though as it should be minimal and also, it’s protein. [/quote]
Yeah, I’ve seen this scam before.
The product you’ve indicated is just protein pills.