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Arginine: Arginine is one of a number of amino acids, which make up the foundation and structure of protein in the body and have many important functions. Arginine is available naturally in nuts, seeds, chicken, and dairy products and in supplements.
Adequate amounts of Arginine are claimed to be potentially beneficial for:
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Arginine: An essential amino acid in juvenile humans, Arginine is a complex amino acid, often found at active site in proteins and enzymes due to its amine-containing side chain. Arginine may prevent or treat heart and circulatory diseases, combat fatigue, and stimulate the immune system. It also boosts production of nitric oxide, relaxing blood vessels, and treating angina and other cardiovascular problems. Arginine is also an important intermediate in the urea cycle and in detoxification of nitrogenous wastes. (NCI04)
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Arginine : essential amino acid physiologically active in the L-form.
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