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L-Citrulline Malate L-Citrulline Malate

L-Citrulline Malate by Raw Series is 100% pure powdered citrulline malate, which is the combination of the amino acid L-citrulline with malic acid in the ratio of two to one.

The formulation improves blood flow and nourishment of the trained muscles, thereby helping you enhance your training performance and producing visible effects (so-called muscle pump). What is more, it speeds up the body’s post-workout recovery. A convenient, powder form will make it easier to adjust doses to your needs.

L-Citrulline is a naturally ocurring, non-protein amino acid. Its name stems from citrullus – the Latin word for watermelon, from which it was isolated. It highest amounts are also found in this fruit. L-citrulline is synthesised in the body from ornithine and is necessary for proper functioning of the urea cycle. In the kidneys it is converted into L-arginine from which nitric oxide (NO) is formed.

L-citrulline supplementation increases L-arginine levels much more efficiently than L-arginine alone because, unfortunately, it is broken down quickly by the enzyme arginase in the intestines.

L-arginine is required for the synthesis of NO which is responsible for the relaxation of vascular smooth muscles, consequently increasing the lumen of blood vessels and improving blood flow. Vasodilation, as it is called professionally, is desired during physical activity when our muscles have to be supplied with oxygen and nutrients. This process helps take the load off the heart which works very hard during exercises and may have reduced left ventricular ejection fraction, thereby saving energy.

L-citrulline has been reported repeatedly to influence physical performanceImproved circulation helps provide muscles with oxygen and essential nutrients faster and easier during training. NO synthesis is needed for better muscle fullness and vascularisation. It makes your muscles harder and pumped up and almost every vein visible on your body.

What is more, L-citrulline supplementation reduces fatigue. L-citrulline administration led to a noticeable increase in the production of phosphocreatine in muscles, which is necessary for the formation of ATP (adenosine 5’-triphosphate), the basic energy carrier in the body. Participants of a study who were given L-citrulline were able to do more reps in a set of bench press and felt less pain after a workout. At this point, we should emphasise another property of this supplement, i.e. faster recovery after training. L-citrulline reduces delayed onset muscle soreness and helps replenish glycogen levels in muscles. 

Adequate l-citrulline intake influences positively post-workout levels of growth hormone which stimulates anabolic processes after strength training (an increase in GH levels was observed in one of the studies after physical activity).

L-citrulline, along with L-arginine and L-ornithine, is involved in the urea cycle which consists in the conversion of ammonia, a by-product of protein metabolism that is toxic to the human body. Ammonia, formed during deamination, must be converted into less harmful urea, excreted in urine. The cycle is continuous and L-citrulline, its product, is transferred from the mitochondrium into the cytoplasm and then converted into L-arginine.

L-citrulline exerts also a positive impact on the cardiovascular system. Since it lowers blood pressure, it has a protective effect on blood vessels. In addition, it promotes healthy functioning of the immune system and helps combat infections. Mens who have problems with erection may use it successfully as a substitute for “a blue pill” because it causes vasodilation in sex organs.

L-citrulline is combined in this supplement with malic acid that is a natural substance found in many fruits, taking part in cellular energy production. Malic acid is an intermediate in the Krebs cycle, one of the processes of cellular respiration which take place in the mitochondria and cytoplasm. It leads to the formation of high-energy compounds, such as ATP. Nonetheless, there is no research on humans at the moment. However, malate shows also a positive impact on the body’s performance and energy production in studies on animals 

To sum up, L-Citrulline Malate by Raw Series is an excellent product which increases the body’s training performance. The supplement will maximise vascularisation and muscle pump during training. It is recommended for every form of exercise, both aerobic, anaerobic and which combines these types.

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  • Pure L-Citrulline Malate, free of unnecessary additives and fillers
  • Improves the supply of blood and nutrients to muscles
  • Promotes normal energy metabolism
  • Helps build muscle mass
  • Improves training performance
  • Nitric oxide (NO) precursor in the body
  • Improves the body’s regeneration processes
  • Stimulates the release of growth hormone
  • Huge muscle pump during training
  • Supports the cardiovascular system
  • Supports reproductive abilities
  • Well-absorbed form
  • Vascularisation

L-Citrulline Malate by Raw Series is 100% pure powdered citrulline malate, which is the combination of the amino acid L-citrulline with malic acid in the ratio of two to one.

The formulation improves blood flow and nourishment of the trained muscles, thereby helping you enhance your training performance and producing visible effects (so-called muscle pump). What is more, it speeds up the body’s post-workout recovery. A convenient, powder form will make it easier to adjust doses to your needs.

L-Citrulline is a naturally ocurring, non-protein amino acid. Its name stems from citrullus – the Latin word for watermelon, from which it was isolated. It highest amounts are also found in this fruit. L-citrulline is synthesised in the body from ornithine and is necessary for proper functioning of the urea cycle. In the kidneys it is converted into L-arginine from which nitric oxide (NO) is formed.

L-citrulline supplementation increases L-arginine levels much more efficiently than L-arginine alone because, unfortunately, it is broken down quickly by the enzyme arginase in the intestines.

L-arginine is required for the synthesis of NO which is responsible for the relaxation of vascular smooth muscles, consequently increasing the lumen of blood vessels and improving blood flow. Vasodilation, as it is called professionally, is desired during physical activity when our muscles have to be supplied with oxygen and nutrients. This process helps take the load off the heart which works very hard during exercises and may have reduced left ventricular ejection fraction, thereby saving energy.

L-citrulline has been reported repeatedly to influence physical performanceImproved circulation helps provide muscles with oxygen and essential nutrients faster and easier during training. NO synthesis is needed for better muscle fullness and vascularisation. It makes your muscles harder and pumped up and almost every vein visible on your body.

What is more, L-citrulline supplementation reduces fatigue. L-citrulline administration led to a noticeable increase in the production of phosphocreatine in muscles, which is necessary for the formation of ATP (adenosine 5’-triphosphate), the basic energy carrier in the body. Participants of a study who were given L-citrulline were able to do more reps in a set of bench press and felt less pain after a workout. At this point, we should emphasise another property of this supplement, i.e. faster recovery after training. L-citrulline reduces delayed onset muscle soreness and helps replenish glycogen levels in muscles. 

Adequate l-citrulline intake influences positively post-workout levels of growth hormone which stimulates anabolic processes after strength training (an increase in GH levels was observed in one of the studies after physical activity).

L-citrulline, along with L-arginine and L-ornithine, is involved in the urea cycle which consists in the conversion of ammonia, a by-product of protein metabolism that is toxic to the human body. Ammonia, formed during deamination, must be converted into less harmful urea, excreted in urine. The cycle is continuous and L-citrulline, its product, is transferred from the mitochondrium into the cytoplasm and then converted into L-arginine.

L-citrulline exerts also a positive impact on the cardiovascular system. Since it lowers blood pressure, it has a protective effect on blood vessels. In addition, it promotes healthy functioning of the immune system and helps combat infections. Mens who have problems with erection may use it successfully as a substitute for “a blue pill” because it causes vasodilation in sex organs.

L-citrulline is combined in this supplement with malic acid that is a natural substance found in many fruits, taking part in cellular energy production. Malic acid is an intermediate in the Krebs cycle, one of the processes of cellular respiration which take place in the mitochondria and cytoplasm. It leads to the formation of high-energy compounds, such as ATP. Nonetheless, there is no research on humans at the moment. However, malate shows also a positive impact on the body’s performance and energy production in studies on animals 

To sum up, L-Citrulline Malate by Raw Series is an excellent product which increases the body’s training performance. The supplement will maximise vascularisation and muscle pump during training. It is recommended for every form of exercise, both aerobic, anaerobic and which combines these types.

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Container size: 100 gServing size: 3 gServings per container: 33
per portion (3 g)amount%DV
100% Citrulline Malate 2:13 g-

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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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