L-Arginine

L-Arginine de Natural Factors est un acide aminé non essentiel impliqué dans la synthèse des protéines. La L-arginine peut aussi améliorer légèrement la capacité de faire de l’exercice chez les personnes atteintes de maladies cardiovasculaires (MCV) stables.

La L-arginine est un acide aminé conditionnellement essentiel, ce qui veut dire qu’elle peut être produite par l’organisme mais, qu’en période de maladie, de stress ou de récupération après une blessure, les besoins du corps pourraient excéder la quantité produite par l’organisme. La L-arginine joue un rôle crucial dans la production de l’oxyde nitrique, une substance qui dilate les vaisseaux sanguins, aidant ainsi à améliorer la circulation sanguine. Une carence en L-arginine peut nuire à un grand nombre de fonctions cellulaires, notamment celles des vaisseaux sanguins.

La L-arginine sous forme libre est plus facile à assimiler et à utiliser que celle présente dans les protéines des aliments tels que les produits laitiers, la viande et le poisson. Offerte en deux concentrations, L-Arginine de Natural Factors est exempte d’agents de conservation, d’édulcorants, de gluten et d’OGM. L-Arginine est un excellent produit pour les personnes qui cherchent à améliorer leur capacité à faire de l’exercice, qui subissent un niveau de stress élevé ou qui pratiquent une activité physique intense.

  • Peut améliorer légèrement la capacité d’exercice chez les personnes atteintes de MCV (maladie cardiovasculaire) stable
  • Soutient la synthèse des protéines
  • Aide à rétablir les taux d’arginine en période de stress
  • Utilisée pour produire l’oxyde nitrique, un composé du corps qui aide à dilater les vaisseaux sanguins et à améliorer la circulation sanguine
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