ENGIN MATARSÓUN - Arginine 1000mg 120stk
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Short description of Arginine
Arginine is one of the most important amino acids and is involved in numerous body functions. Arginine enjoys great popularity among athletes because it is the only precursor of the vasodilator Nitric Oxide.
Arginine is enriched with a vitamin B complex, which helps to reduce fatigue and maintain energy metabolism.
What can I expect from arginine?
You should take the sole precursor of the vasodilator Nitric Oxide, L-Arginine, primarily before training, but also before sex supplementation is common. This arginine formula also helps to reduce tiredness and fatigue.
The concrete effects of supplementing with arginine on your individual goals (muscle building, fat reduction, increased performance) depend very much on the way you take it, your training and eating habits and the use of supplementary supplements and sports nutrition (protein, highly glycemic carbohydrates, creatine).
A sufficient and constant supply of protein and amino acids is important for muscle building. For this, however, you should additionally supply yourself with fast proteins (especially in the morning, before and after training) and slow proteins, so that there are always enough substrates to support muscle building and muscle maintenance.
Functionality and mode of action of arginine:
L-Arginine is a semi-essential amino acid and therefore the supply is vital in certain life situations (e.g. with children and adolescents). Arginine belongs to the basic amino acids and is excellently suitable within the framework of a basic diet.
The main focus for athletes, however, is the fact that arginine is the sole precursor of nitric oxide (nitric oxide). Nitric Oxide is considered a vasodilator, which is considered beneficial by athletes as it is associated with increased tissue blood flow. For this reason, L-arginine (or arginine compounds) is considered a basic supplement before training.
This arginine supplement is additionally enriched with a vitamin B complex of niacin, vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and functionally rounded off. This complex contributes to a reduction of fatigue and fatigue as well as to a normal function of the energy metabolism, the immune system (vitamin B6 and vitamin B12), the regulation of hormone activity and the protein metabolism (vitamin B6).