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Wednesday, August 26

L-Arginine Plus Review



If you have ever tried a testosterone booster or a weight lifting supplement, then you probably noticed that one of the ingredients is L-Arginine, an amino acid that was first isolated by Swiss chemist Ernst Schultze in 1886.

Typically, we get our L-Arginine from dairy products, seafood, cooked soybeans, peanuts, oatmeal, etc., but many us need an extra boost of it to intensify your workout.

About a month ago, I was sent a 13.4 oz. container of L-Arginine Plus (grape), which is a cardio healthy formula and nitric oxide booster. One container contains 30 servings with 510mg of L-Arginine and 1010mg L-Citrulline per serving.

Benefits from taking L-Arginine includes: lowering blood pressure (including hypertension), supporting a healthy heart & cholesterol levels, increasing sexual performance, increasing energy levels and decreasing recovery time after a workout.

The ingredients include:

L-Arginine
L-Citrulline
Red Wine Extact
AstraGin
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
Vitmain D3
Vitmain K
Vitmain B6 (Pyridoxine HCI)
Folate (Folic Acid)
Vitmain B12 (Cyanocobalmin)
Magnesium
Proprietary Blend of 72 Trace Minerals



While I've used several different supplements that have contained L-Arginine, I've never tried a drink mix that included it before I received the L-Arginine Plus last month. It's very simple to make a drink out of this. All you have to do is mix one scoop in with 8 ounces of water. It has a great grape flavor to it! Overall, I've been impressed with the L-Arginine Plus and I recommend it to others.


For information about L-Arginine Plus, please visit: www.L-Arginine.com



*Disclaimer - I received a complimentary sample in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.



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