L-Citrulline DL-Malate in 2:1 increases the amount of consumable Citrulline allowing the body to produce more NO, giving you a fuller pump. Malate is responsible for the recycling of lactic acid which reduces your recovery time.
L-Citrulline DL-Malate 2:1 Potential Benefits Include:
· Increased Strength †
· Increased Endurance †
· Post-Training Recovery †
What Is Muscle Empire’s L-Citrulline Malate 2:1:
Muscle Empire’s L-Citrulline Malate contains L-Citrulline and Malic Acid in a 2:1 ratio to provide the optimal benefits of increasing strength and endurance. L-Citrulline in combination with malate is the most researched form of citrulline for potential exercise and performance benefits leading to improved training recovery and performance. L-Citrulline malate is a compound with the main potential benefits being increased strength, sustained muscle protein synthesis, and post-training recovery. All of these benefits are attributed to elevated blood arginine levels, leading to greater Nitric Oxide (NO) production, muscle protein synthesis, and faster recovery. The process in which Citrulline is useful for reducing fatigue during training comes from the exchange typically produced. Citrulline is produced when Ornithine combines with Carbamoyl Phosphate, which occurs during the urea cycle when your body removes nitrogen waste. The addition of supplementing Citrulline in the body is said to put the urea cycle in overdrive, allowing it to suck up more ammonia (composed of nitrogen molecules), which are produced by working muscles. This, in combination, reduces the fatigue caused by muscles at the source.†
How Does Muscle Empire’s L-Citrulline Malate 2:1 Work:
The excess of Citrulline triggers a more substantial effect of arginine conversion into nitric oxide (NO). The increase in Arginine in the blood leads to increased NO production. This increase of NO increases blood flow during exercise and allows for muscles to perform for a more extended duration of time while under duress, which gives weightlifters the ability to produce bigger muscle pumps. The combined form of Citrulline with Malate has a second added effect to reducing fatigue; the malate helps the body recycle lactic acid and use it for energy. The result of increased ammonia removal, lactic acid recycling, and postponing the decrease in muscle pH levels allows users to have increased repetition count. Another study confirmed the increase in repetition, but it has also found that it delayed the body's immunosuppressive mechanics when performing intense exercise. This means it can potentially help the body heal from intense training and avoid some of the symptoms associated with "overtraining." The mechanisms of Citrulline during exercise have more uses other than just increasing blood arginine levels; it has a wide range of benefits, including elevated protein synthesis, creatine synthesis, and more effective BCAA utilization by muscles during exercise. Supplementing with Citrulline Malate has been growing in practice over the use of Arginine as studies have shown that Citrulline is more effective at increasing plasma arginine levels in the body. Recent research has shown that 3 grams of Citrulline Malate to improve vascular function and vasodilation equivalent to 6 grams of Arginine. This translates to more effective supplementation with lower intake values. Arginine has been known to cause an upset stomach or digestive irritation due to the higher dosage, while these same side-effects are far less common when supplementing with Citrulline.†
As a dietary supplement, take 3 rounded scoops (~3 grams) and mix with 8 - 12 ounces of water or suitable beverage. Taken 30 minutes prior to exercise and again immediately after for maximum results.
This product contains no Soy, Dairy, Dairy byproducts, Eggs, Fish, Shellfish, Wheat, Gluten, Tree Nuts, or Sesame Seeds.
This is a NON-GMO ingredient manufactured using organic starting ingredients.
Store in a cool, dry place. Re-seal zipper immediately after use to preserve freshness.