Amino acids

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  • Amino acid L-Arginine

    Amino acid L-Arginine (2-amino-5-guanidinovaleric acid) is an endogenous amino acid, which can be produced by our body from other compounds. According to research, with age, the ability of arginine synthesis in the human body begins to decline. Arginine deficiency leads to an imbalance in the body’s internal balance. Proper dietary supplementation restores the right amino acid level, which is important because of its vital functions.

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