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    l-arginine bad for the heart? or actually good

    l-arginine bad for the heart? or actually good? these case studies on google i am finding about l-arginine and its effect on the heart are confusing
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    "Some evidence shows that arginine may help improve blood flow in the arteries of the heart. That may improve symptoms of clogged arteries, chest pain or angina, and coronary artery disease. However, there currently is no data on how the long-term use of arginine affects cholesterol or heart health."


    http://www.webmd.com/heart/arginine-...d-side-effects



    i guess il research it using different keywords, any feedback appreciated to
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    While we're on the subject, and published studies that L-arginine actually boosts testosterone?
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    l-arginine as an aa, can't be used by your body, works with children. although, in an athlete's body, arginine AKG is a precursor of nitric oxide, wich causes vasodilatation, blood flow, and gives you a lil extra energy. but no, there is no cientifically proven studies that show arginine is bad for heart.
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    Originally Posted by AngelRM View Post
    l-arginine as an aa, can't be used by your body, works with children. although, in an athlete's body, arginine AKG is a precursor of nitric oxide, wich causes vasodilatation, blood flow, and gives you a lil extra energy. but no, there is no cientifically proven studies that show arginine is bad for heart.
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