Most amino acids, such as aspartic acid, occur in two different forms: L-aspartic acid and D-aspartic acid. The forms have the same chemical formula, but their molecular structures are mirror images of each other. Because of this, the L- and D- forms of an amino acid are often considered “left-handed” or “right-handed.”
L-aspartic acid is produced in nature, including in your body, and used to build proteins. However, D-aspartic acid isn’t used to build proteins. Instead, it plays a role in making and releasing hormones in the body. D-aspartic acid can increase the release of a hormone in the brain that will ultimately result in testosterone production. Testosterone supports in men the growth of lean muscle mass and the creation of new energy. This function is the reason why D-aspartic acid is popular in testosterone-boosting supplements.
DAA may support in men the growth of lean muscle mass and the creation of new energy.
As a dietary supplement, take 2500 mg (rounded 1 teaspoon) to 3500 mg (scant 1/2 tablespoon) in one single serving, preferably with the first meal of the day, or as directed daily, preferably before working out. Do not take more than suggested serving or for longer than eight continuous weeks without at least four weeks off
D-Aspartic acid (DAA). Pure pharmaceutical grade. Other Ingredients: None. Free of: Sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, gluten, corn and additives.
The product should be stored in an area that is free from light, heat and moisture.
As long as suggested serving size is adhered to, no side effects should be suffered. It is important to note, however, that this product is not intended for use by men under 21 years of age or for women. Always talk to a physician before beginning a course of this supplement. In addition, consumption of this supplement may result in a failed drug test. Use with caution.
The various effects are not guaranteed and results may vary due to several factors between different people.
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