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Citrulline

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  • The organic compound citrulline is an α-amino acid. Its name is derived from citrullus, theLatin word for watermelon
  • It is a key intermediate in the urea cycle, the pathway by which mammals excrete ammonia.
  • Sources :- Citrulline is found naturally in many common foods. The best way to get the proper amount of citrulline and other nutrients your body needs is by eating a balanced diet of meat, vegetables, fruits and whole grains.
  • Generally, foods rich in citrulline are those high in protein including eggs, meat, fish, legumes, milk products and watermelon rinds (small amount in the meat).
  • The rind of watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) is a good natural source of citrulline.
  • In recent studies, citrulline has been found to relax blood vessels. Circulating citrulline concentration is, in humans, a biomarker of intestinal functionality.
  • Citrulline Health Benefits :-
    1. Citrulline is essential for maintaining the correct nitrogen level.
    2. It regulates important metabolic processes.
    3. It helps maintain the acid-base balance in the body.
    4. It strengthens your immune system and thus improves your overall health.
    5. Citrulline helps boost energy and helps avoid muscle fatigue.
    6. Citrulline promotes the production of insulin, creatine and the growth hormone.
    7. Citrulline helps remove ammonia from the muscle cells and liver. Ammonia is a waste product. Citrulline thus acts as a detoxifying agent.
  • Functional Use :-
    L Citrulline is an amino acid that converts to L-arginine and then nitric oxide in your bloodstream. Nitric oxide is involved in vasodilation (or simply put, dilation of the blood vessels); low levels have been associated with mental and physical fatigue and sexual disorders.
    L-Citrulline also promotes healthier skin and immune functions, and is part of the Urea Cycle it assists in converting ammonia to urea in your liver, which offers protection against damage and helps keep your liver functioning properly.
  • Package and Storage:
    Citrulline is packed in 25kg drum/bag or according to the customer demand. Citrulline should be stored in cool and air place.
  • Therapeutic Dosages :-
    A typical dose of citrulline is 618 grams daily. It is commonly sold in the form of citrulline malate.

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