What are the benefits of taking L-arginine ?:
L-arginine increases the activity of the thymus that produces T-cells responsible for a stronger immune system. A larger number of T-cells can slow the growth of tumors, cancer and help with diseases such as AIDS that suppress the body's immune system.
L-arginine and nitric oxide
L-arginine participates in the synthesis of nithrous oxide, which helps to relax and expand the blood vessels and increase the blood flow to the heart and brain. L-arginine can therefore be useful in people with cardiovascular problems.
L-arginine increases the number of spermatozoids. Studies have shown that high doses of L-arginine can be extremely beneficial for men with a low sperm count. L-arginine is also used as a natural treatment for reduced erection. This is due to the fact that L-arginine increases blood flow to the genitals by stimulating nitric oxide in the body.
L-arginine has several important functions in sports physiology:
1. It is a chemical precursor to creatine
2. Stimulates growth hormone release, which is related to tissue repair, muscle growth, sexual desire, brain function, and youth.
3. Because L-arginine is a precursor to nitric oxide, its intake can help the muscles get nutrients and oxygen faster, which means faster recovery and results.
Athlete’s Nutrition L-arginine:
4 capsules of Athlete's Nutrition L-arginine + 3-5 grams of Athlete's Nutrition BCAA (3-5 Tablets) one hour before workout
6 capsules of Athlete's Nutrition L-arginine + 5 grams of Athlete's Nutrition
L-Glutamine an hour before bedtime on an empty stomach