Citrulline is a nonessential amino acid that is definitely not commonly present in our daily diet, but it plays a particularly important role in many biological processes. ]
Although not a component of most proteins in the human body, citrulline can be found in our hair, skin and nerve cells. Citrulline malate is extremely effective and helps to remove the lactic acid, formed in the muscles due to muscle contractions.
There is an evidence that supplementation with L-citrulline malate (a form of citrulline) leads to a significant reduction in the sensation of fatigue, increased ATP production during intense exercise, and relatively quickly reduces the time needed for recovery after heavy exercises.
Citrulline, together with arginine and ornithine, is particularly important in the urea cycle, during which the highly toxic ammonia is deactivated and converted to urea.
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