CITRULLINE MALATE

Citrulline Malate (2:1)

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Citrulline Malate [2:1] improves training intensity, endurance and speed of recovery. It performs this through 5 main functions:

  1. Increases blood Arginine levels (gram for gram at double the level of Arginine).
  2. Increases endothelial Nitric Oxide (NO) levels thereby improving vascular function and blood flow.
  3. Improves kidney bicarbonate reabsorption providing a powerful buffer against increasing muscle acidification during intense training.
  4. Detoxifies fatigued muscle tissue by removing ammonia (a toxin that can increase 3-fold during intense training).
  5. Rapidly replenishes PCr (phospho-creatine) stores, PCr is a key storage of energy muscles tap into.

ALLMAX’s Citrulline Malate [2:1] is a premium pharmaceutical grade with 2 L-Citrulline amino acids bound to 1 Malate. Aside from assisting with delivery and absorption, the Malate has a critical function in the TCA (or Krebs) cycle that produces energy within the mitochondria. Specific research has shown a 34% increase in the rate of oxidative ATP, 20% increase in post-exercise phosphocreatine recovery and significant reduction in the sensation of fatigue.

FAQ

1. How do I take Citrulline Malate?

Take 1 scoop (2 g) of ALLMAX Citrulline Malate [2:1] twice daily, upon waking and approx. 45 minutes before training or any intense physical activity. On non-training days, consume prior to meals on an empty stomach. Can be added to pre-workout formulas such as MUSCLEPRIME® and RAZOR8®. Citrulline Malate is highly synergistic with Arginine, Beta-Alanine and Creatine supplementation.

2. Do I need to cycle Citrulline Malate?

No, you do not need to cycle Citrulline Malate.

3. Can I stack Citrulline Malate?

Citrulline Malate is best when added to pre-workout formulas such as MUSCLEPRIME® and RAZOR8®.

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