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Olimp AAKG 7500 Extreme Shot is a dietary supplement which helps you quickly get a muscle pump. Owing to liquid formula, it absorbs quickly and thus brings immediately the desired results. It is recommended especially when your effects while taking AAKG in capsule form are minimal or delayed.
The active substance of the supplement is L-arginine alpha-ketoglutarate, i.e. a salt of glutaric acid and arginine which have synergistic effects. Because of that, the bioavailability of the amino acid arginine is higher than in its free form. L-Arginine is an amino acid synthesised by the body from glutamic acid and proline. It is involved in two vital regulatory cycles – urea and nitric oxide. It may be converted in other bioactive molecules, including creatine and agmatine. As a result, it is one of the most versatile amino acids in the human body. For physically active individuals, it has a key role in the synthesis of nitric oxide which influences positively cardiovascular function.
Nitric oxide (NO), synthesised owing to L-arginine, is of great significance for muscle tissue. It takes part in many processes leading to muscle hypertrophy. It inhibits the activity of catabolic enzymes which degrade muscle protein and activate mTOR-dependent signalling pathways of anabolic hormones, including insulin and insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1), and stimulates IGF-1 production. It is also involved in the production of follistatin, i.e. a hormone which deactivates catabolic myostatin. Importantly, nitric oxide activates satellite cells which play a major role in muscle fibre hypertrophy. What is more, it speeds up and increases blood supply to muscle cells and thus helps provide them faster with nutrients which inhibit catabolism and repair microtrauma.
Arginine helps build muscle mass also because it functions as a substrate in the synthesis of polyamines, very important in protein synthesis and muscle fibre formation. L-Arginine may also contribute to regulating growth hormone levels and that is why it affects body composition.
By promoting nitric oxide production, arginine increases muscle endurance. Better blood supply to muscles makes them less likely to fatigue. As a result, your physical activity may last longer and have more impressive results.
L-Arginine may protect against coronary artery disease and help thus relieve heart pain. Furthermore, it regulates blood pressure so it is used often to aid the treatment of hypertension. Since it promotes vasodilation and improves blood supply, arginine may be used by men to prevent erectile dysfuction.
AAKG and the immune system
L-Arginine supports the function of the thymus and assists in the maturation of immune cells. As a consequence, it improves significantly immune function. It is required for T lymphocyte proliferation and initiating an effective anti-cancer immune response.
This amino acid aids the recovery of body cells, promotes the healing of wounds and broken or cracked bones. It increases levels of polyamines which also helps regenerate the body. They protect also cell membranes, scavenge free radicals and stimulate the activity of protective enzymes in the body.
Impact of L-arginine deficiency on the human body
Arginine deficiency is very rare, but its rate of synthesis decreases with age. It may be also caused by a very poor diet. If L-arginine levels are too low, you can experience impaired insulin secretion, cardiovascular function and fatty acid metabolism in the liver (which can lead even to liver damage). They may cause muscle imbalance and consequently lead to muscle atrophy.
To sum up, Olimp AAKG 7500 Extreme Shot is a dietary supplement which brings immediate results owing to liquid formula and a high dose or L-arginine. It increases blood supply to muscles, thereby not only enhancing your desired muscle pump but also boosting endurance and speeding up post-workout recovery. It helps you build muscle mass and may also improve significantly the quality of your sex life.
Excessive intake of L-arginine may cause gastrointestinal problems which lead to diarrhoea. The maximum recommended dosage is 10 mg. This is backed by scientific studies which say that the biovability of L-arginine after a dose of 6 g is 68% (rounded to 69%) whereas after a dose of 10 g is just 20%.
Do not take L-arginine together with antihypertensives, as this may drastically reduce your blood pressure. It is contraindicated to take it with medications improving blood flow because this may lead to vertigo. Do not take arginine during viral infections because it may stimulate the replication of viruses.
Olimp is a Polish company offering dietary supplements and supplements for athletes that are made of carefully selected and safe for health ingredients. Among the products of this brand are protein supplements, amino acid supplements, pre-workout supplements and creatine. The company also allows the purchase of supplements inducing a strong muscle pump by raising significantly the level of nitric oxide in the blood and supplements restoring acid-alkine balance. Also noteworthy are supplements helping to reduce body fat, regulating metabolism and improving of the hair, skin and nails.
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|per portion (12.5 ml)||amount||%DV|
|L-Arginine alpha-ketoglutarate||3750 mg||*|
|of which arginine||2438 mg||*|
Water, acidity regulator - citric acid, sweeteners - sucralose, acesulfame K; preservatives - E202, E211, aromas, colours: mixed carotens, carmine (for cherry, grapefruit flavours).
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