Is the key to developing muscle protein synthesis. Prevents accumulation of adipose tissue helping to burn fat and increase muscle mass.
- A semi -essential amino acid that must be consumed, known to be a precursor of No2 and necessary for the execution of many physiological processes
- L-Arginine has the ability to scavenge free radicals, signal muscle cells, release growth hormone, remove bad cholesterol, enhance fat metabolism and regulate salt levels in the body.
- Also known for its vasodilatation properties and resulting support of muscle growth.
- Promotes lower blood pressure and overall support of immune function.