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    L-Arginine and NO

    Hello, arginine does NOT seems to increase NO.

    Here's the study.

    Acute L-Arginine supplementation does not increase nitric oxide production in healthy subjects
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    Thanks, there seem to be more and more people lately using L arginine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WordToPass View Post
    Thanks, there seem to be more and more people lately using L arginine...
    Of nothing. Despite some studies, taking L-Arginine, my BP lowered so much in since i'm using it ( 8 gr./day ). So, this is pretty strange. I guess, in some folks, it could be works as expected. My BP is lowered almost 8 mmHG, both systolic and dyastolic.

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    I never understood the fascination with the stuff. Sure, I take it occasionally but only because Walmart sells a decent product for $9. I've tried much pricier options and none have worked better. And "better" isn't saying a whole lot. The pumps while working out are nice but quickly fade and I've never seen any lasting benefits but for $9 I'll pop a few before a workout.

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    Generally speaking, products that are sold as "supplements" are not studied like drugs, or may not be studied at all. So their their effect is not guranteed.
    Ironically, I still take many of these supplements. I guess it's just phycological.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slacker78 View Post
    Of nothing. Despite some studies, taking L-Arginine, my BP lowered so much in since i'm using it ( 8 gr./day ). So, this is pretty strange. I guess, in some folks, it could be works as expected. My BP is lowered almost 8 mmHG, both systolic and dyastolic.
    you know? each one is different. this means that while something might work for a person, it might not for another one.

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