Arachidonic Acid Capsules (Muscle Growth)

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Arachidonic Acid plays an essential role in growth (anabolism) and repair of skeletal muscle tissue. Arachidonic acid plays an essential role in growth and repair of skeletal muscle tissue [2]. This makes arachidonic acid an important dietary component in muscle anabolic process. Nutritional supplements are often marketed to resistance-trained athletes as nutritional ergogenic aids purported to promote gains in strength, muscle mass, and/or performance during training, and arachidonic acid is one of them.

benefits

How

Arachidonic Acid Capsules (Muscle Growth)

can help you:

Whenever you lift weights, the damaged muscle cells signal enzymes to flock towards the damaged tissue to free arachidonic acid from the intercellular membranes. The freed arachidonic acid is used to create localized enzymes called prostaglandins. Prostaglandins regulate in the inflammation processes that stimulates the growth of skeletal muscle cells. These are the same enzymes that cause the inflammation and pain you feel post-training.

Muscle Growth

  • Researchers at the University of Tampa put Arachidonic acid to the test with a double-blind, eight-week clinical trial. The group supplementing with ARA displayed significantly greater lean body mass, strength, and power over the placebo group after eight weeks of training (R). The researchers speculated that the ARA supplement was able to prevent training adaptation from happening, allowing inflammation-induced growth to continue beyond traditional levels.
    The study used a daily dosage of 1,500mg/day. The prevailing view of researchers is that a daily dosage of 1,000-3,000mg/day is optimal, depending on body weight. A smaller female would use a daily dosage of 1,000mg/day. An extremely large bodybuilder could usage a dosage up to 3,000mg/day.
  • In another study, Thirty strength-trained males (age: 20.4 ± 2.1 yrs) were randomly divided into two groups: ARA or placebo. Lean body mass (2.9%, p<0.0005), upper-body strength (8.7%, p<0.0001), and peak power (12.7%, p<0.0001) increased only in the ARA group. Findings suggest that ARA supplementation can positively augment strength-training induced adaptations in resistance-trained males (2).
DOSAGE STRATEGY

How to use

Arachidonic Acid Capsules (Muscle Growth)

Take 2-4 capsules 30 minutes before working out on an empty stomach for best results.

General population:

Take 2-4 capsules 30 minutes before working out on an empty stomach for best results.

Adults:

Take 2-4 capsules 30 minutes before working out on an empty stomach for best results.

350mg
mg of

Ideal for:

Best used in 4-6 week cycles.

Muscle growth, muscle hypetrophy.

CAUTIONS

Arachidonic Acid Capsules (Muscle Growth)

safety and
medication interactions.

Safety assessment

Strong safety profile.

Safety studies

Not available.

Medication interactions

  • As with any dietary supplement, consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product. Store in a cool dry place. Keep out of reach of children.

Side Effects / Contraindications

  • As with any dietary supplement, consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product. Store in a cool dry place. Keep out of reach of children.

Allergies

  • As with any dietary supplement, consult your healthcare practitioner before using this product. Store in a cool dry place. Keep out of reach of children.

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Whenever you lift weights, the damaged muscle cells signal enzymes to flock towards the damaged tissue to free arachidonic acid from the intercellular membranes. The freed arachidonic acid is used to create localized enzymes called prostaglandins. Prostaglandins regulate in the inflammation processes that stimulates the growth of skeletal muscle cells. These are the same enzymes that cause the inflammation and pain you feel post-training.

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