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L-Arginine Powder L-Arginine Powder

Doctor’s Best L-Arginine Powder is a dietary supplement containing top-quality L-arginine in the form of hydrochloride (arginine HCl), which is highly water-soluble. The preparation is in the comfortable and economical form of powder.

The preparation improves blood and nutrient flow to working muscles (increases the effect of a muscle pump), supports the growth and regeneration of muscle tissue, helps to detoxify the organism, and efficiently boosts energy levels.

L-Arginine (2-amino-5-guanidinovaleric acid) is a naturally occurring amino acid that plays an extremely important role in the human organism. L-Arginine constitutes a precursor in the synthesis of proteins and other compounds of crucial importance in many biochemical conversions, for example those of nitric oxide, urea, ornithine, creatine, glutamate, and proline.

L-Arginine plays an important role in the metabolic urea cycle, which is responsible for removing toxic ammonia from the organism. It also supports muscle regeneration and eliminates tiredness caused by long workout.

For many years, L-arginine has been of great interest to scientists. The compound was isolated for the first time in 1886 from lupine sprouts, and in 1990, its chemical structure was discovered. Research concerning the functions of L-arginine in the human organism gained momentum in the 30s of the previous century thanks to such people as Krebs and Henseleit, who stated that the amino acid is an extremely important element of the metabolic urea cycle, thanks to which it is possible to remove harmful ammonia from the organism.

The sources of L-arginine in the organism are above all food products (meat, dairy), the intracellular degradation of proteins, and its endogenous synthesis. Although the organism has the ability to synthesise L-arginine on its own, in some cases the demand for the component is increased, for example in such pathological states as: burns, injuries, kidney dysfunctions, or small bowel resection. The ability to synthesise L-arginine decreases with age as well.

L-Arginine as nitric oxide (NO) stimulator
L-Arginine constitutes a significant substrate in the synthesis of nitric oxide (NO). NO can be referred to as a vasodilator. The compound is responsible for reducing the strain on blood vessels, and inhibits the adhesion, activation, and aggregation of platelets. Moreover, it performs the function of a neurotransmitter in the brain and the peripheral nervous system, as well as supports the immune response.

The release of nitric oxide helps to relax smooth muscles in blood vessels, thanks to which a greater amount of blood transporting oxygen and nutrients manages to reach working muscles. The phenomenon is connected not only with the increased capacity of the organism and the ability to improve the quality of workout, but also with a better visual effect (full, turgid muscles).

Role of L-arginine in detoxification
Amino acids that have not been used by the organism are converted to ammonia – a toxic substance that must be neutralised. The neutralisation of ammonia takes place during the urea cycle, also called the ornithine cycle, during which ammonia is converted to urea. The right process of the cycle is extremely important, and any disorders can contribute to various problems, especially kidney or brain damage.

L-Arginine as a creatine precursor
As a guanidine group donor, L-arginine participates in the synthesis of creatine, a substance found naturally in muscle cells in the human organism. Having bound with a phosphoric acid rest, creatine takes the form of phosphate and becomes a source of energy. The main task of creatine phosphate is delivering energy in order to restore used ATP molecules, which constitute the fundamental source of energy during a muscle contraction.

To sum up, Doctor’s Best L-Arginine Powder is a dietary supplement that helps to maintain the right level of L-arginine in the body, thanks to which it enables better regeneration and detoxification of the organism, enhances physical capacity and performance, and maximises the effects of a muscle pump.

The preparation is recommended not only for physically active people and athletes, but also for everyone who wants to support the functioning of their circulatory systems and the communication between nerves and muscles. 

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L-Arginine Powder 300g

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  • Stimulates nitric oxide production
  • Increases organism’s psychophysical capacity
  • Enhances blood flow and nutrition in muscles
  • Intensifies muscle pump effect
  • Beneficial for the circulatory system
  • Helps to stabilise arterial blood pressure
  • Improves toxin neutralisation in organism
  • Free of GMO, colourants, and fillers

Doctor’s Best L-Arginine Powder is a dietary supplement containing top-quality L-arginine in the form of hydrochloride (arginine HCl), which is highly water-soluble. The preparation is in the comfortable and economical form of powder.

The preparation improves blood and nutrient flow to working muscles (increases the effect of a muscle pump), supports the growth and regeneration of muscle tissue, helps to detoxify the organism, and efficiently boosts energy levels.

L-Arginine (2-amino-5-guanidinovaleric acid) is a naturally occurring amino acid that plays an extremely important role in the human organism. L-Arginine constitutes a precursor in the synthesis of proteins and other compounds of crucial importance in many biochemical conversions, for example those of nitric oxide, urea, ornithine, creatine, glutamate, and proline.

L-Arginine plays an important role in the metabolic urea cycle, which is responsible for removing toxic ammonia from the organism. It also supports muscle regeneration and eliminates tiredness caused by long workout.

For many years, L-arginine has been of great interest to scientists. The compound was isolated for the first time in 1886 from lupine sprouts, and in 1990, its chemical structure was discovered. Research concerning the functions of L-arginine in the human organism gained momentum in the 30s of the previous century thanks to such people as Krebs and Henseleit, who stated that the amino acid is an extremely important element of the metabolic urea cycle, thanks to which it is possible to remove harmful ammonia from the organism.

The sources of L-arginine in the organism are above all food products (meat, dairy), the intracellular degradation of proteins, and its endogenous synthesis. Although the organism has the ability to synthesise L-arginine on its own, in some cases the demand for the component is increased, for example in such pathological states as: burns, injuries, kidney dysfunctions, or small bowel resection. The ability to synthesise L-arginine decreases with age as well.

L-Arginine as nitric oxide (NO) stimulator
L-Arginine constitutes a significant substrate in the synthesis of nitric oxide (NO). NO can be referred to as a vasodilator. The compound is responsible for reducing the strain on blood vessels, and inhibits the adhesion, activation, and aggregation of platelets. Moreover, it performs the function of a neurotransmitter in the brain and the peripheral nervous system, as well as supports the immune response.

The release of nitric oxide helps to relax smooth muscles in blood vessels, thanks to which a greater amount of blood transporting oxygen and nutrients manages to reach working muscles. The phenomenon is connected not only with the increased capacity of the organism and the ability to improve the quality of workout, but also with a better visual effect (full, turgid muscles).

Role of L-arginine in detoxification
Amino acids that have not been used by the organism are converted to ammonia – a toxic substance that must be neutralised. The neutralisation of ammonia takes place during the urea cycle, also called the ornithine cycle, during which ammonia is converted to urea. The right process of the cycle is extremely important, and any disorders can contribute to various problems, especially kidney or brain damage.

L-Arginine as a creatine precursor
As a guanidine group donor, L-arginine participates in the synthesis of creatine, a substance found naturally in muscle cells in the human organism. Having bound with a phosphoric acid rest, creatine takes the form of phosphate and becomes a source of energy. The main task of creatine phosphate is delivering energy in order to restore used ATP molecules, which constitute the fundamental source of energy during a muscle contraction.

To sum up, Doctor’s Best L-Arginine Powder is a dietary supplement that helps to maintain the right level of L-arginine in the body, thanks to which it enables better regeneration and detoxification of the organism, enhances physical capacity and performance, and maximises the effects of a muscle pump.

The preparation is recommended not only for physically active people and athletes, but also for everyone who wants to support the functioning of their circulatory systems and the communication between nerves and muscles. 

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Container size: 300gServing size: 1 scoop (6 grams)Servings per container: 50
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L-Arginine HCl 6 g

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Arginine is an exogenous amino acid, it is a component of dietary proteins, not always synthesized in the human body in necessary quantity, so it is necessary to deliver it in the form of synthetics. It takes part in the biosynthesis agmatine, creatine and nitrogen oxides. The use of supplements containing arginine before workout increases the exercise capacity (strength, endurance). Used after considerable effort intensifies the transfer of energy and building compounds and intensifies the process of recovery. Used at bedtime in combination with lysine and ornithine enhances the synthesis of growth hormone. takes part in the intrasystemic synthesis of creatine. Arginine (as a precursor of ornithine) is involved in the urea cycle, increases the flow of blood in the circulatory system, increases sexual potency (in a short time after application). It affects the body's immunity preventing infections, and lowers blood pressure. In supplements – usually as alpha-ketoglutarate.

 

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