|REG Program - L-Arginine powder, 100 g (en)|
Pure amino acid powder - food supplement.
It is known, that the proteins are macromolecules, and they are consisting quite long chains of amino acids. The chemical linking between these is called polypeptide bonding.
The L-Arginine is a semi-essential amino acid. It can be synthesized just in the body of adults. The L-arginine can be formed from ornithine, glutamine, glutamate and proline by various biochemical tranformations.
An average adult can consume daily 3-6 g L-Arginine with their diet. However this value depends mainly on the quality of the consumed food. Whereas the edible products of animal origin, like egg, milk or several meats, contain a higher concentration of L-Arginine. Fortunately, it can be found significant quantity in nuts and from them produced foods like peanut butter, too.
Its main biological effect in our body is the following*:
At first L-citrulline is formed from L-arginin by using nitric oxide synthase.
After further chemical transformations, nitrogen monoxide is formed. This compound has a vasodilating effect in the body.
*OÉTI ? Hungarian National Institute for Food and Nutrition Science - Expert Panel 2012/04/SZT0006
Recommended daily amount: 2 times a day 1 level scoop powder (approx. 650 mg).
Don't exceed the recommended daily amount!
Daily supplementation: add 2 times a day 1 level scoop powder to 2 dl of cold water, milk or your choice of beverage!
In case of physical training: add 1 level scoop powder half hour before and one hour after the physical activity to 2 dl of milk or your choice of whey protein concentrate mixture!
Ingredients: 100% L-Arginine powder.
Servings per container: approx. 153 (153x650 mg).
Active ingredients in the daily dose (per 2 scoops):
Net weight:100 g
The regular and balanced nutrition can't be replaced by the intake of food supplements.
Keep out of the reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.
Not recommended for pregnant women, nursing mothers, people with hypotension and l-arginin may have interaction with antihypertensive treatments.