The importance of L-Arginine

L-Arginine is a conditionally essential amino acid found in the diet. It is a dietary supplement used mostly by athletic people because it is the amino acid that directly produces Nitric Oxide via the nitric oxide synthase enzymes.
 
It's particularly important during periods of illness and chronic conditions like hypertension and type II diabetes, as these states tend to be characterized by an increase in the enzyme that degrades L-arginine (known as arginase) resulting in a transient deficiency; this precedes an increase in blood pressure in these states, and can be partially remedied by an increase in L-arginine intake or resolution of the illness/disease state.
 
Since l-arginine acts as a precursor for nitric oxide, taking l-arginine supplements like AAKG may help your muscles receive nutrients and oxygen faster, which means fast recovery rates and results!
 
If you've been looking for a supplement to help fuel your workout performance and amp up the intensity, check out AAKG.*
 
How To Take
 
The standard pre-workout dose for L-arginine is 3-6g.
 
To maintain elevated arginine levels throughout the day, arginine can be taken up to three times a day, with a combined dose total of 15-18g.

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