Supports the elimination of ammonia and metabolic waste
Arginine is an essential amino acid for the production of NO (Nitric Oxide), an essential factor for vasodilation, allowing the famous phenomenon of PUMP.
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Arginine is a semi-essential amino acid for sedentary people and should be considered essential in athletes who suffer significant losses during muscular effort.
Arginine is involved in the metabolism of nitric oxide (NO). NO promotes anabolism as well as oxygenation of the muscles and improves the transport of nutrients to the muscles, allowing an improvement in muscle building as well as recovery, by allowing a better evacuation of ammonia and metabolic waste.
Yamamoto® Nutrition relies exclusively on certified and accredited raw materials.
For the range of amino acids, the raw materials selected come from Cambridge Commodities. Raw materials that are grade A certified for the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 8 and produced in Informed- registered facilities. Sport. Once the raw materials arrive in Italy, they undergo rigorous quality testing. Batches are sampled and tested, then the finished product is manufactured according to regulations in Italian factories.
Arginine is one of the twenty amino acids that make up proteins. It was in 1886 that it was isolated for the very first time. The researchers then concluded that it played a very important role in the body's mechanism for eliminating ammonia. As early as 1939, scientists realized that arginine was also involved in the process of creatine synthesis. Since then, modern science has worked to determine each of the roles of amino acids in the body, as well as their properties and benefits.
Arginine is involved in urea metabolism by being a key step in the urea cycle, and thus participates in the elimination of ammonia produced by amino catabolism. Thanks to arginine, our body produces creatine, a nutrient considered non-essential although it is linked to muscle development and function. In addition, arginine allows the body to generate a molecule that you love so much! Nitric oxide! This is a substance involved in the mechanism of the dilation of blood vessels and therefore participates in the phenomenon of congestion so much sought after during your weight training sessions, too called the PUMP. Arginine is often presented as the amino acid of the libido! Indeed, nitric oxide leads to the relaxation of the smooth muscle fibers that surround the penile arteries. This causes a call for blood to rush massively, rushing through the arteries in torrential fashion, causing an erection.
Consume 3g, 30min before your workout.
Arginine is an extremely interesting supplement when it comes to improving pump and feeling during training, especially for lagging muscles. I have used it on people with blood circulation problems and the results were amazing (on Reno's syndrome)!
To be coupled with 5g of Citrulline and 5g of beta Alanine and you will have a homemade pumper that you will not find anywhere on the market!!