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Citrulline Malate

Posted on November 25, 2013 by Ollie 'Ojay' Matthews There have been 0 comments

What is Citrulline Malate and why is it so important?

Citrulline Malate

 

Citrulline Malate is the supplementation form of the amino acid l-citrulline which is one of the essential amino acids found in foods such as watermelon, walnuts, meat, fish, legumes etc. It is great for many bodily functions and is actually the precursor to the amino acids arginine that a lot of people may be familiar with. Arginine is found in many pre workout supplements and can actually stimulate the release of human growth hormone naturally.

citrulline malateOne of the greatest positives of Malate is its ability to buffer lactic acid. Therefore when combined with Citrulline it creates a supplement that will fight fatigue and boost energy levels.  Some of the additional benefits of Citrulline Malate range from maintaining optimal acid balances within the body, strengthening your immune system, boosting energy levels and avoiding muscular fatigue. Citrulline Malate also promotes the production of growth hormone and creatine throughout the body, as well as aiding in detoxification by removing a waste product called ammonia from the body. In helping the liver and kidneys by getting rid of Ammonia,  Citrulline Malate helps the prevention of bloating and cramping along with things like water retention too. This also improves heart health, giving enhanced blood flow and a reduction in stress levels. Citrulline Malate is even used to treat alzheimer’s disease, dementia, sickle cell and high blood pressure, as you can see the list of benefits is  extensive!

The recommended daily dose will vary from person to person, As you can see, supplementing with Citrulline Malate is vital with any performance athlete or the gym goer looking to get the most out of their gym sessions.

By Ollie Matthews


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