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INGREDIENT OF THE WEEK: D-ASPARTIC ACID

JUNE 1, 2016

The supplement market is flooded with ingredients that claim to boost testosterone, but many are not backed by scientific testing. There are some that are based on proven scientific principles, one of them is D Aspartic Acid (DAA). This is an essential amino acid, (also called the building blocks of life). D Aspartic Acid is formed when an enzytme called Aspartate Racemase converts it the testes.d-aspartic

    One of the major differences between DAA and many other testosterone supplements in the market is that it has been proven to be clinically effective. This means that there has been scientific experiment have proved that it is indeed effective in enhancing levels of testosterone in men. Some of the most common reasons for insufficient amounts of DAA are age and diet. As men get older their bodies become more and more sluggish when it comes to releasing DAA. The diet also matters if one does not consume a diet that is rich in Amino Acids they may suffer DAA deficiencies in the body. If a man has been actively training they develop muscle. If, however, they were to suddenly stop, the lowered production of testosterone can lead to muscle collapse. Soon, their body simply sags. If they want to keep up the muscle mass, they might resort to very high protein diets but since these are not always practical a supplement like DAA comes in very handy with just a few milligrams a day they are able to maintain the muscle mass that they had previously acquired. DAA can be very effective for men who are trying to build muscle. Muscle and fat growth in men is linked directly to testosterone levels, the higher they are the better men are able to build muscle. When combined with other supplements like folic acid and Vitamins B6 and B12, men were able to get their testosterone levels high enough in just 12 days after which they could begin intense body building activity. D-AA can be used as a testosterone booster for infertile men, and by athletes as a temporary booster. Elevated testosterone levels only last a week to a week and a half in healthy men, with testosterone returning to normal afterward. If a man has been actively training they develop muscle. If, however, they were to suddenly stop, the lowered production of testosterone can lead to muscle collapse. Soon, their body simply sags. If they want to keep up the muscle mass, they might resort to very high protein diets but since these are not always practical a supplement like DAA comes in very handy with just a few milligrams a day they are able to maintain the muscle mass that they had previously acquired. D Aspartic Acid is a great supplement that increases testosterone levels in men and that can help them become muscular faster. That said, you have to follow dosage carefully and avoid overuse. D Aspartic Acid has many great benefits but there are also some side effects. Just be thoughtful in how you use it.