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L-Arginine is a natural amino acid that works to maintain your overall health. L-Arginine encourages peak circulation, promotes immune function and even supports the effects of exercise.** But that's not all L-Arginine also works to: 

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What is L-Arginine?

L-Arginine is a natural amino acid that is used to synthesize hormones and compounds that are critical for overall health. L-Arginine may be most notable for optimizing synthesis of nitric oxide, a compound that relaxes and opens up the blood vessels, encouraging free-flowing circulation. Arginine’s support of circulation may unlock expansive cardiovascular benefits. Its circulation-boosting benefits help maintain blood pressure that’s already in a normal range. Arginine’s circulatory benefits may also optimize peak sexual performance in men.**

L-Arginine is also used by the body to synthesize creatine. An important compound for wellness, creatine supports the effects of exercise by helping to optimize endurance and build muscle. Arginine promotes protein synthesis as well. Because of these exercise-related bioactivities, L-Arginine is commonly used by athletes as a performance-optimizing supplement.**

L-Arginine promotes immune health by assisting with synthesis of antibodies and T cells. L-Arginine is also used to synthesize both insulin and glucagon, two hormones that help maintain healthy and stable blood sugar levels. Finally, Arginine helps the body synthesize urea, an important compound that enables the excretion of excess ammonia in the body.**

L-Arginine Supplements

A conditionally essential amino acid, arginine can be created by the human body in limited quantities. To achieve optimal Arginine levels, it may sometimes be necessary to consume supplements. L-Arginine supplement products are most often derived from plant sources. Naturally present in grains such as flour and wheat germ, L-Arginine can also be found in gluten-free sources such as sunflower, sesame, and pumpkin seeds, as well as pine nuts, hazelnuts, Brazil nuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews, pecans, and peanuts. Arginine can also be found in Phalaris canariensis, a coarse grass found in the Mediterranean.**

Arginine is present in foods that are high in protein. Eating these foods can raise levels of the amino acid in your body. However, dietary supplements are often formulated to enable easier absorption of L-Arginine, and may deliver higher therapeutic amounts than can be achieved through diet alone.**

L-Arginine Directions for Use

Never take L-Arginine or start any nutritional supplement regimen without first consulting your health care professional. The common therapeutic level for L-Arginine is between 500-1000 mg, not to exceed 6,000 mg on a daily basis.**