Doppelherz System Collection: L-arginine Vital 3,000 120 cap
Doppelherz System Collection: L-arginine Vital 3,000 - For all who always want to give 100%!
The protein building block L-arginine plays an important role during exercise times and must be produced by the body in sufficient quantity, or supplied from the outside.
L-arginine - for the vital + active man:
L-ARGININ VITAL 3.000 from Doppelherz system contains the important protein building block L-Arginin and is counted to the group of the basic amino acids. Amino acids are considered to be the smallest base of proteins (proteins) and are contained in all our body cells. Therefore, they are also called basic building blocks of the body. About 20% of our body is made up of amino acids and proteins, with muscle, bone and skin containing a lot of protein. Although they are also sources of energy, it is important that they contain nitrogen (N). L-arginine is considered a precursor of nitric oxide.
L-arginine is a semi-essential amino acid, which means that humans can produce it themselves. Especially in times of physical stress or stress situations, the body needs this special protein. The natural need for arginine, however, may exceed the amount produced by the body.
Since amino acids are building blocks of proteins, protein-rich foods are rich in amino acids. Of course, arginine comes as so-called L-arginine in foods such. As fish, meat and eggs, but also plant foods such as nuts or legumes contain larger quantities.
These proteins are broken down in the body into its components, the so-called amino acids, and then converted back to body protein according to a specific blueprint. This is how dietary protein creates structure-forming body protein.
In the case of an insufficient supply of L-arginine via the diet, it can be supplemented specifically by the Doppelherz L-Arginin Vital 3,000. The dietary supplement Doppelherz System Collection: L-arginine Vital 3,000 provides 3000 mg L-arginine daily - taking 4 capsules daily.
L-arginine contributes to protein synthesis
Amino acids (proteins) are basic building blocks of all our body cells, including our muscles. The amino acid arginine plays a key role because it is involved in protein synthesis.
Protein synthesis is the production of proteins, which is the basis for muscle building.
When can the demand for protein or amino acids be increased?
It is essential for the human body to regularly and adequately absorb protein from the diet because it can only store it in small amounts.
How much protein we should eat every day depends on body weight. The DGE (German Society for Nutrition) recommends daily about 0.9 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight. At a body weight of 70 kilograms, the daily protein requirement is thus 63 grams.
However, certain circumstances, such as stress or heavy exercise, can alter the need for protein. For example, physically active people, such as endurance athletes or strength athletes, have to adjust their protein requirements to the level of stress and eat more protein.
Although the calorie requirement decreases with increasing age, the amount of protein consumed should not be reduced, since the body needs the protein proteins in order to compensate for possible tissue losses. Because foods contain different amino acids in varying amounts, mixed-nutrition diets are best suited to meet the need for essential amino acids.
Take 2 capsules twice a day (eg in the morning and in the evening) with sufficient liquid without chewing.
Consumers who are treated with blood-thinning medicines (eg marcumar) should use the product only after consulting their doctor.
L-arginine should be combined with drugs containing nitrates (eg amyl nitrite) or potency-increasing agents with active ingredients such as For example, sildenafil, vardenafil or tadalafil, should only be taken after medical consultation.
Pregnant women, nursing women, children, adolescents and people who have suffered a heart attack should refrain from using it. Store at room temperature.
L-arginine, gelatin, filler dicalcium phosphate, release agent magnesium salts of fatty acids and silicon dioxide, coloring matter titanium dioxide