L-Alanine is manufactured by the body and is classified as a nonessential amino acid. Alanine plays a key role in maintaining glucose levels and thus energy supplies in the body. It is involved in sugar and acid metabolism, increases immunity, and provides energy for muscle tissue, brain, and the central nervous system.
L-arginine is a semi-essential amino acid with extremely important physiological functions for maintaining life. Arginine is a multifunction vitality amino acid with functions that include improvement of circulation, recovery from fatigue, and strengthening of immunological capability. It is a dietary supplement used mostly by athletic people as it directly produces Nitric Oxide.
CAS Number: 74-79-3
Origin: Japan / China
Source : Veg Source (Fermentation Process)
Grades Available : EP, USP, JP, Cosmetic, Nutraceutical, Food Grade
Applications: Dietary Supplements, Infusions and Infant Formulas
Physical State: Powder
Form of Chemicals: Solid
Country of origin: Japan / China
Arginine is a nonessential amino acid that is important to many different bodily processes. Arginine HCL is a synthetically manufactured form of arginine that combines the amino acid with a hydrogen chloride molecule. Hydrogen chloride is combined with arginine to make the supplement more palatable and to enhance its absorption by the digestive system.
Natural-source vitamin E is derived from edible vegetable oils. ADM is the largest producer of Natural Source Vitamin E and Mixed Tocopherols. The natural form of vitamin E, d-alpha-tocopherol, is better retained by the body compared to the synthetic form. Vitamin E is essential to health and plays an important role in supporting the brain, eye, cardiovascular, maternal and infant health, as well as protecting the skin.
Vitamin E describes a family of eight related, fat-soluble molecules. Among these, 'alpha-tocopherol' has the highest biological activity and is the most abundant in the human body.
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