Arginine aids in building new bone and tendon cells.ª
With organic beet.
What is Arginine? Arginine is an amino acid involved in many vital substances such as proteins, collagen and elastin, hemoglobin, insulin and glucagon. When arginine is compromised, the body’s ability to handle glucose, facilitate insulin production and metabolize fat in the liver are all affected.
Benefits of Arginine? Arginine aids in weight maintenance by facilitating an increase in muscle mass and a reduction of body fat. Low levels can also affect carbohydrate metabolism.
Arginine supports the building of new bone and tendon cells. Therefore, it can be effective for connective tissue concerns. It also may reduce the healing time of wounds. When scarring occurs during wound healing, the scars consist of collagen, which is rich in arginine.
Another major role of arginine is in detoxifying the body. It aids in liver detoxification by neutralizing ammonia. It converts toxins into harmless substances, and converts food into sugar as fuel for the cells. Arginine also breaks up fatty deposits in the liver keeping it free from congestion.
For men, arginine is very important for the following reasons: male seminal fluid is made of 80% arginine; men have more intense orgasms and they last longer. When there is an insufficient amount of arginine, it can delay sexual maturity. Arginine is a pre-cursor to nitric oxide, which is essential for male performance.
Arginine enhances immune function. When arginine is low or imbalanced for a long time, it can lead to a harmful immunological system.
Arginine works with manganese for enhanced uptake. Manganese aids in the utilization of choline and helps nourish the nerves and brain.
Side Effects and Toxicity Research shows that toxic effects of arginine are rare. However, L-arginine supplements should be avoided by pregnant and lactating women. Persons with schizophrenia should avoid amounts over 30 milligrams daily. Anyone who has suffered a heart attack should NOT take this product. People suffering from herpes should avoid high dosage.
Citrulline What is Citrulline? L-citrulline is an amino acid that increases nitric oxide production, improving blood flow.
Benefits of Citrulline L-citrulline is used as a sports performance and cardiovascular health supplement. L-citrulline supplementation results in reduced fatigue and improved endurance for both aerobic and anaerobic prolonged exercise.
Supplementing L-citrulline also increases ornithine and arginine plasma content. This means L-citrulline supplementation improves the ammonia recycling process and nitric oxide metabolism.
After supplementation, L-citrulline is converted into arginine in the kidneys. Supplemental L-arginine provides a spike of L-arginine in plasma, while supplemental L-citrulline increases arginine plasma levels over a longer period.
Citrulline promotes energy and assists with the immune system. It is required to detoxify the liver from ammonia, which is a waste product of metabolism from oxidation.
The Beauty of Beets Athletes eat plenty of beets because they know that research suggests that nitrates boost endurance performance.
Beets are rich in iron and nitrates. The body uses the nitrates to convert to nitric oxide – a compound that relaxes and dilates blood vessels, turning them into “super-highways” for your nutrient- and oxygen-rich blood. Nitric oxide helps with male expression and performance.
Beets have a potentially positive impact on your blood pressure, and are also rich in a plant alkaloid called betaine, as well as the B-vitamin folate.
Nitric oxide relaxes and dilates your blood vessels, which in turn increases blood flow to the brain — which could produce better brain function. This is particularly important as we age. Research finds that our capacity to generate nitric oxide diminishes as we get older, along with our brain's energy metabolism and neuron activity.
Your liver does the heavy work of cleaning your blood and “detoxing” your body. You can lighten its load with a daily serving of beets.
Beets are also rich in betalains, a class of potent antioxidants and anti-inflammatories.
This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
S u p p l e m e n t F a c t s
Serving Size 2.9 Grams (Approx. One (1) Scoop)
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
L-Arginine (as Hydrochloride)
Organic Beet Root
*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice. **Daily Value not established.
OTHER INGREDIENTS: Citric Acid, Inulin, Natural Strawberry Flavor, Silicon Dioxide, Natural Blueberry Flavor, and Rebaudioside A (from Stevia Leaf Extract).
Made in a GMP facility that processes egg, fish, milk, peanut, sesame, shellfish, soy, tree nut and wheat products.
Stir one (1) scoop of Arginine Citrulline Powder into eight (8) ounces of chilled water or juice once a day. Use a shaker or a blender for maximum effectiveness. To preserve freshness, keep container closed and away from heat.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Not to be taken by pregnant or lactating women.
Persons with schizophrenia should avoid amounts over 30 milligrams daily. Anyone who has suffered a heart attack should NOT take this product. People suffering from herpes should avoid high dosage.