Alpha Keto Glutaric Acid (AKG)
AKG is necessary for the proper metabolism of all amino acids and for the transfer of cellular energy within and between cells of the body. By coordinating activities with L-glutamate, AKG can protect body tissues. AKG does this by reducing levels of ammonia formed in the brain, muscles and kidneys and by helping to prevent nitrogen from reaching excessive levels in body tissues and fluids.
Creatine Ethyl Ester Malate
It is creatine monohydrate with an ester attached which is sold as an aid for athletic performance and use for muscle development in bodybuilding. The ethyl ester is said to have a much better absorption rate and a longer half-life in the body than regular Creatine monohydrate because it is slightly more lipophilic.
Ornithine alpha-ketoglutarate (OKG) also stimulates the growth-promoting action of insulin, which encourages muscle growth and increases strength. It provides the amino acid arginine which stimulates the pituitary gland to release Growth Hormone . This hormone boosts body fat metabolism and protects muscle tissue from being broken down for energy, resulting in a leaner appearance.
A non-protein amino acid with putative anabolic, immunomodulatory and wound-healing activities. It is used in the body in the biosynthesis of L-arginine, L-proline and polyamines. It an also be converted into other amino acids, such as citrulline, proline, and glutamate, as well as Creatine.
L-Ornithine Mono HCL
A non-essential amino acid that plays a central role in the urea cycle, functioning along with Arginine and Citrulline to rid the body of ammonia, a byproduct of protein metabolism. Because Ornithine is converted into Arginine, it can help to maintain healthy Arginine levels in the body.
An acetylated derivative of the amino acid L-tyrosine. Ordinary L-tyrosine is less stable and also less soluble in water, which may result in reduced bioavailability. Acetylation enhances the solubility and stability of certain amino acids.
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