Negotiating your way around the L‑arginine market can get confusing, very quickly…

With even a cursory glance into finding the most effective L‑arginine to get the important result you're needing you could soon become confused by the array of different types and combinations of L‑arginine available.

L‑arginine is often consumed by body-builders because it promotes body muscle mass when used just prior to a workout which adds even another layer of confusion. You’ll also most likely become confused about the many other ingredients and combinations as you endeavour to work out which L‑arginine is best for reversing CVD.

Digging just a little deeper you'll discover,

for example, that L‑arginine vasopressin, is different from L‑arginine, with an entirely different essential structure and purpose. NG‑monomethyl‑L‑arginine, is also different from L‑arginine as it functions as an inhibitor of nitric oxide synthesis. L‑arginine hydrochloride has a high chloride content used to treat metabolic alkalosis.

All are sold under the L‑arginine banner. And that's without all the other ingredients that so often get added for the cardiovascular market, supposed to help. But do they?

Even L‑arginines developed specifically for the cardiovascular market usually include propriety ingredients that predominantly, in reality, in reality, do little or nothing to promote heart health, but more tell a story to justify them being there (i.e. create market differentiation) to set that product apart from competitors. You will often discover that many of these products have as much as 50% or more extra ingredients to the L‑arginine base they promote.

However all these 'bells and whistles' are mostly not at all necessary for achieving the desired outcome, plus the end product often becomes very expensive as a result, especially if they are network marketed. Another important point often missed is that almost all of these products contain a significant amount of sugar (in various forms) in order to assist hiding the noxious taste of L‑arginine. This ultimately contributes to unwanted and unhealthy body weight/fat. Something we don't want, especially as we age.

For the purposes of reversing cardiovascular disease and regenerating optimum health and wellbeing, L‑arginine is best used in as close to its unadulterated form as possible, that is, not a proprietary blend of sometimes dozens of added ingredients. Minimal flavoring to mask the 'vomit'-like taste of raw L‑arginine is certainly acceptable, but not unnecessary (and cheaper) 'fillers'.

A down-side to L‑arginine is that once it converts to Nitric Oxide (which is the form it takes once ingested) it doesn't last very long. One solution to this is finding a combination of L‑arginine with another amino acid, L‑citrulline, which very helpfully effectively "turbo charges the result. L‑citrulline also increases the duration of L‑arginine's activity in the body, and therefore the resulting Nitric Oxide.

In an ideal world, the best way to take L‑arginine is in its natural form.

However, very few people can tolerate swallowing even the smallest dose as the taste is something akin to a combination of off-fish and vomit. Not joking!

Plain L‑arginine may appear cheaper in the short term but is a waste of time and money as it is highly unlikely you will be able to maintain using L‑arginine in the quantities required for long enough to achieve therapeutic results. If it doesn't save your life, what's the point of taking it at all?

There are tablets available but I quickly discarded the option of taking L‑arginine in tablet form as they contain large amounts of fillers to hold the tablet together.

Capsules on the other hand deliver 100% product, however they are also the most expensive after everything is compared. You also need to swallow a great number of them at once, a number of times a day, to achieve the NO saturation level necessary. So capsules are not the answer.

The Essential Addition of L‑citrulline

A very significant downside to taking L‑arginine is that it doesn't stay effective long once it's digested into the body—roughly about 10 minutes. However, when combined with another amino acid, L‑citrulline, it can last hours.

CardioJoose has been formulated with the exact version of vegetable-derived L‑arginine (not from a chemical concoction in a laboratory) that best suits the metabolic process required for the most effective result, as well the exact percentage of L‑citrulline to gain the maximum effect.

The most efficient, effective and affordable long term way of taking L‑arginine/L‑citrulline is in powder form with just enough natural fruit flavor and natural no-carb sweetener to mask the taste, taken in water and drunk throughout the day, every day. That's CardioJoose.

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