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Citrulline Malate Citrulline Malate

PRIMAFORCE Citrulline Malate is a dietary supplement with top-quality pure citrulline malate. This compound is the combination of the amino acid L-citrulline and malic acid in the ratio 2:1. Taking citrulline malate may help improve exercise capacity, reduce a feeling of fatigue and have a beneficial effect on the body's acid-alkaline balance.

Nutritional supplementation is the common dietary strategy for physically active individuals and athletes which is aimed at increasing vitality and improving physical performance and muscle recovery. Formulations which boost nitric oxide (NO) synthesis and have ergogenic effects deserve special attention. PRIMAFORCE Citrulline Malate which contains citrulline malate, an intermediate in nitric oxide synthesis, is one of such products. 

L-Citrulline is a precursor to L-arginine which contributes to an increase in nitric oxide levels. Nitric oxide is a potent vasodilator which helps increase the flow of blood and nutrients to the working muscles.  An increase in nitric oxide levels may bring positive results both before and after exercising. As mentioned before, this compound contributes to better blood circulation in muscles and their nourishment. Apart from improving training performance, this causes also a significant increase in volume of the trained muscles. The main post-workout benefits of nitric oxide include better muscle regeneration and enhanced glucose uptake which leads to the replenishment of muscle glycogen stores.

How does NO improve training results? An increase in the volume of blood vessels causes that more blood can get into the working muscles. Blood provides, among others, glucose, amino acids, creatine and other essential nutrients which maintain normal energy balance during muscle function. This means that more fuel is supplied to muscles in a shorter time. This increases their efficiency and the training effect is an increase in strength and endurance.

The next positive effect is commonly known as “muscle pump”. It makes us feel that we do not fit in our skin and our blood vessels are pushed up to the skin surface, thereby improving vascularity. Muscles are becoming bigger and more pumped up. This is not only visible during training because this effect may last some time after the workout, consequently enhancing muscle tone.

Supplementing with citrulline malate is believed to increase the production of aerobic energy during physical activity, boost the amount of phosphocreatine available in breaks between exercises and help eliminate ammonia after exhausting exercises. What is more, it contributes to a reduction in muscle soreness after high-intensity exercises and enhances performance during high-intensity interval training.

Potential ergogenic effects of citrulline mallate supplementation are associated with three key mechanisms of action. 

Firstlycitrulline intake increases serum L-arginine levels in humans both at rest and during physical activity. Since L-arginine is the main substrate for the synthesis of NO, an important modulator of blood flow, it has been suggested that oral supplementation of citrulline may help boost NO synthesis and thus increase blood flow to the working muscles. Owing to that, taking citrulline malate may contribute to an increase in the supply of nutrients to muscle tissue and removal of its metabolic by-products (e.g. lactate and ammonia), consequently improving muscle function.

Firstlycitrulline intake increases serum L-arginine levels in humans both at rest and during physical activity. Since L-arginine is the main substrate for the synthesis of NO, an important modulator of blood flow, it has been suggested that oral supplementation of citrulline may help boost NO synthesis and thus increase blood flow to the working muscles. Owing to that, taking citrulline malate may contribute to an increase in the supply of nutrients to muscle tissue and removal of its metabolic by-products (e.g. lactate and ammonia), consequently improving muscle function.

Secondlycitrulline is an essential component of the urea cycle in the liver where L-arginine, which is formed from citrulline, is catabolised by the enzyme arginase into ornithine and urea. Urea is largely responsible for eliminating ammonia which contributes to muscle fatigue. Because of that, it has been suggested that citrulline supplementation may improve ammonia homeostasis and thus muscle function. 

Thirdly, malate is an intermediate of the Krebs cycle. Because of that, its increased availability while supplementing with citrulline malate may promote aerobic ATP production in the tricarboxylic acid cycle. An increase in ATP boosts energy levels, reduces muscle fatigue and improves muscle efficiency.

Considering these mechanisms, it is concluded that citrulline malate supplementation may enhance muscle efficiency and regeneration in many ways: it may reduce muscle fatigue and soreness, improve oxygen transport to muscles, boost aerobic ATP production during exercises, contribute to an increase in phosphocreatine levels in breaks between sets/exercises and inhibit lactate and ammonia production. 

To sum up, PRIMAFORCE Citrulline Malate is a dietary supplement whose regular use helps get long-lasting training results and make steady progress.  The supplement is recommended both to amateurs doing different kinds of physical activity and professional athletes, regardless of their training experience.

 

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  • High-quality pure citrulline malate in a powder form
  • L-citrulline conjugated with malic acid in the ratio 2:1
  • Reduces fatigue and muscle soreneness
  • Helps remove lactate and ammonia
  • Maximises muscle pump
  • Increases the body’s excercise capacity
  • Improves muscle energy production
  • Increases blood flow to muscles
  • Promotes aerobic ATP production
  • Encourages the regeneration of phosphocreatine
  • Boosts traning performance
  • Increases strength and endurance
  • Stimulates nitric oxide (NO) synthesis
  • Improves muscle contractility
  • Improves vascularisation

PRIMAFORCE Citrulline Malate is a dietary supplement with top-quality pure citrulline malate. This compound is the combination of the amino acid L-citrulline and malic acid in the ratio 2:1. Taking citrulline malate may help improve exercise capacity, reduce a feeling of fatigue and have a beneficial effect on the body's acid-alkaline balance.

Nutritional supplementation is the common dietary strategy for physically active individuals and athletes which is aimed at increasing vitality and improving physical performance and muscle recovery. Formulations which boost nitric oxide (NO) synthesis and have ergogenic effects deserve special attention. PRIMAFORCE Citrulline Malate which contains citrulline malate, an intermediate in nitric oxide synthesis, is one of such products. 

L-Citrulline is a precursor to L-arginine which contributes to an increase in nitric oxide levels. Nitric oxide is a potent vasodilator which helps increase the flow of blood and nutrients to the working muscles.  An increase in nitric oxide levels may bring positive results both before and after exercising. As mentioned before, this compound contributes to better blood circulation in muscles and their nourishment. Apart from improving training performance, this causes also a significant increase in volume of the trained muscles. The main post-workout benefits of nitric oxide include better muscle regeneration and enhanced glucose uptake which leads to the replenishment of muscle glycogen stores.

How does NO improve training results? An increase in the volume of blood vessels causes that more blood can get into the working muscles. Blood provides, among others, glucose, amino acids, creatine and other essential nutrients which maintain normal energy balance during muscle function. This means that more fuel is supplied to muscles in a shorter time. This increases their efficiency and the training effect is an increase in strength and endurance.

The next positive effect is commonly known as “muscle pump”. It makes us feel that we do not fit in our skin and our blood vessels are pushed up to the skin surface, thereby improving vascularity. Muscles are becoming bigger and more pumped up. This is not only visible during training because this effect may last some time after the workout, consequently enhancing muscle tone.

Supplementing with citrulline malate is believed to increase the production of aerobic energy during physical activity, boost the amount of phosphocreatine available in breaks between exercises and help eliminate ammonia after exhausting exercises. What is more, it contributes to a reduction in muscle soreness after high-intensity exercises and enhances performance during high-intensity interval training.

Potential ergogenic effects of citrulline mallate supplementation are associated with three key mechanisms of action. 

Firstlycitrulline intake increases serum L-arginine levels in humans both at rest and during physical activity. Since L-arginine is the main substrate for the synthesis of NO, an important modulator of blood flow, it has been suggested that oral supplementation of citrulline may help boost NO synthesis and thus increase blood flow to the working muscles. Owing to that, taking citrulline malate may contribute to an increase in the supply of nutrients to muscle tissue and removal of its metabolic by-products (e.g. lactate and ammonia), consequently improving muscle function.

Firstlycitrulline intake increases serum L-arginine levels in humans both at rest and during physical activity. Since L-arginine is the main substrate for the synthesis of NO, an important modulator of blood flow, it has been suggested that oral supplementation of citrulline may help boost NO synthesis and thus increase blood flow to the working muscles. Owing to that, taking citrulline malate may contribute to an increase in the supply of nutrients to muscle tissue and removal of its metabolic by-products (e.g. lactate and ammonia), consequently improving muscle function.

Secondlycitrulline is an essential component of the urea cycle in the liver where L-arginine, which is formed from citrulline, is catabolised by the enzyme arginase into ornithine and urea. Urea is largely responsible for eliminating ammonia which contributes to muscle fatigue. Because of that, it has been suggested that citrulline supplementation may improve ammonia homeostasis and thus muscle function. 

Thirdly, malate is an intermediate of the Krebs cycle. Because of that, its increased availability while supplementing with citrulline malate may promote aerobic ATP production in the tricarboxylic acid cycle. An increase in ATP boosts energy levels, reduces muscle fatigue and improves muscle efficiency.

Considering these mechanisms, it is concluded that citrulline malate supplementation may enhance muscle efficiency and regeneration in many ways: it may reduce muscle fatigue and soreness, improve oxygen transport to muscles, boost aerobic ATP production during exercises, contribute to an increase in phosphocreatine levels in breaks between sets/exercises and inhibit lactate and ammonia production. 

To sum up, PRIMAFORCE Citrulline Malate is a dietary supplement whose regular use helps get long-lasting training results and make steady progress.  The supplement is recommended both to amateurs doing different kinds of physical activity and professional athletes, regardless of their training experience.

 

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Container size: 200 gServing size: 2 g (one scoop)Servings per container: 100
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Citrulline Malate20000 mg-
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Citrulline malate

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Citrulline Malate is formed by combining molecules of the citrulline amino acid and molecules of malic acid in one molecule, which has the chemical stability and is well soluble in liquids. Ionized malic acid has the ergogenic potential, providing a complementation to the citrulline potential of with new properties. It improves the exercise capacity and reduces the feeling of fatigue, and its supplementation is beneficial at any level of fitness. It affects the acid-base balance. It should be used by people who practice sports: strength, endurance and mixed strength-endurance. To achieve the best results, a dose of Citrulline Malate 6 g / 24h is recommended.
It is available as single-ingredient supplements and multi-component supplements (creatine stacks, no-boosters, amino acid supplements). It is used in the periodic, cyclic and constant supplementation.
Dosage: 3-8 g daily (in divided doses). The optimal dose to achieve beneficial results, proven experimentally, is 6 g / 24h.

 


 

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