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    Norvaline Powder Raw & Pure 15g


    Promotes N.O. Nitrix Oxide
    Muscular Performance & Appearance
    Stimulates Protein Synthesis


    15 Grams
    Serving Size 200mg

    Norvaline Powder Raw & Pure 15g


    Norvaline - Pure & Raw Powder, no sugar or fillers.
    FRESH - Our product does not sit on shelf. Most product goes from manufacturer to Supplement company, sits in warehouse, then to store, sits in back room then on shelf. 

    Norvaline is related to the branched chain amino acid Valine. Norvaline functions to inhibit the arginase enzyme, thus increasing arginine levels available for NO production.
    Norvaline can in this way optimize the NO boosting effects of a multi-ingredient NO boosting formula, in particular in formulas containing arginine and or citrulline, by optimizing the NO synthesizing biochemical pathwayknown to promote tissue regeneration and muscle growth, and to become a precursor in the penicillin biosynthetic pathway.
    Diminishes the body's ability to limit Nitric Oxide production. Norvaline limits Arginase, an enzyme that interrupts NO synthesis by breaking down Arginine in the body. Norvaline binds to and inhibits Arginase, increasing Arginine levels, thereby increasing NO. 

    Mix one 100mg with 2 to 6 oz. of water on empty stomach 1 hour before training. For optimal results take an additional serving following exercise. On non-training days take one serving upon waking, and another serving 6 to 8 hours later.

    The statements on this page have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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