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ARGININE VS CITRULLINE

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L–ARGININE is a conditionally essential amino acid, which means that it may be needed in special conditions such as malnutrition, burns, infections etc.

Arginine serves multiple functions in addition to its role as a substrate in protein synthesis; it is required for detoxification of ammonia, for the synthesis of nitric oxide, agmatine, and creatine.

There has been a lot of support for the use of arginine supplements to enhance sports performance, because of its NO boosting capabilities. But unfortunately the research states quite the opposite. There is not one but multiple long and short term studies which clearly show the inability of arginine to do so.

Citrulline is an amino acid, but not an essential amino acid. Citrulline has been implicated in several regulatory roles, including antioxidative and anti-inflammatory effects, protein synthesis, nitrogen homeostasis, blood pressure regulation, renal function, cardiac function, skeletal muscle function, vascular health, lipid and energy metabolism, arginine production, and thermoregulation.

Of specific interest to all athletes is its role of regulating Nitric Oxide (NO). Research has shown that supplementation of Citrulline raises Arginine levels more effectively than taking the same dose of straight Arginine.

This eBook will give you an insight into the differences between Citrulline and Arginine, and what would be beneficial, for you, in what conditions.

CONTENT

- WHAT IS ARGININE?

- CARDIOVASCULAR BENEFITS OF ARGININE

- EFFECTS OF ARGININE ON DIABETICS

- ARGININE & ERECTILE

- EFFECT OF ARGININE SUPPLEMENTATION ON SPORTS

- WHAT IS CITRULLINE?

- CITRULLINE IN SPORTS & EXERCISE

- CARDIOVASCULAR BENEFITS OF CITRULLINE

- CITRULLINE & ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

- RECOMMENDED DOSAGE

- FINAL SUMMARY

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