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ASPARTIC ACID


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  • Aspartic Acid Description
  • Aspartic Acid Uses, Health Benefits & Scientific Evidence
  • Aspartic Acid Dosage Information
  • Aspartic Acid Safety, Cautions & Interactions
  • Aspartic Acid Supplement Products




  • ASPARTIC ACID DESCRIPTION

    A NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID

    Aspartic Acid is a non-essential amino acid and is found in abundance in plant proteins, especially in sprouting seeds but can be manufactured in the body from oxaloacetic acid and was first isolated in 1868 from legumin in plant seed. Aspartic Acid, as well as Glutamic Acid, is the only amino acid that has a negatively charged carboxylate group on the side chain.

    microscopic aspartic acid


    MOLECULAR DESCRIPTION

    Aspartic Acid is one of two amino acids (the other is Glutamic Acid) that has a negatively charged carboxylate group on the side chain. This gives Aspartic Acid an overall negative charge at physiological hydrogen ion concentrations (approximately pH 7.3). Although Aspartic Acid is considered a non-essential amino acid, it plays a paramount role in metabolism during construction of other amino acids and biochemicals in the citric acid cycle. Among the biochemicals that are synthesized from Aspartic Acid are Asparagine, Arginine, Lysine, Methionine, Threonine, Isoleucine, and several nucleotides.

    L-aspartic acid is also known as: Aminosuccinic acid, Asp, asparagic acid, asparaginic acid, Aspartate, COOHCH2CH(NH2)COOH, L-Aspartate. The term Aspartic Acid refers to either of two forms or a mixture of two. Of these two forms, only one, L-Aspartic Acid, is directly incorporated into proteins. The biological roles of its counterpart, D-Aspartic Acid are more limited. Where enzymatic sythesis will produce one or the other, most chemical synthesis will produce both forms, DL-Aspartic Acid, known as a racemic mixture. D-Aspartic Acid is present in the brain tissue in the last stage of embryo development and shortly after birth of mammals, suggesting that it takes part in the nervous system development. Also a high concentration of the D-Aspartic Acid can be found in the testes where it plays a role in sperm production. The L-form of all proteinogenic amino acids build tissues. In specific tissues of the body (testes, pituitary gland, and hypothalamus, all responsible for hormone production), the non-essential amino acid L-Aspartic Acid (L-form) is converted by a D-Aspartate racemase and becomes the D-form, a racemate isomer of the L-form. The D-Aspartic Acid supplements contain thus the form of the Aspartic Acid responsible for increasing testosterone levels. The D-form is often used as a dietary supplement by men for bulking up muscle strength in bodybuilding and to increase testosterone levels and improve sex drive.





    ASPARTIC ACID USES, HEALTH BENEFITS & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    L-Aspartic Acid plays a vital role in energy production and is a major excitatory neurotransmitter. It is one of the components necessary to move high energy NADH molecules from the main body of a cell to its mitochondria, or primary energy-production areas. Once there, the NADH is used to generate ATP, the energy fuel that powers all the cells' activities.

    It is of paramount importance in the metabolism during construction of other amino acids and biochemicals in the citric acid cycle. Among the biochemicals that are synthesized from aspartic acid are asparagine, arginine, lysine, methionine, threonine, isoleucine, and several nucleotides.

    Aspartic Acid has been indicated for use to treat chronic fatigue (alone or with Arginine), depression, heart failure, infertility, irregular heartbeat, loss of energy, and toxemia.

    Because aspartic acid increases stamina, it is good for fatigue. Chronic fatigue may result from low levels of aspartic acid, because this leads to lowered cellular energy.

    It is needed for neural health and is beneficial for neural and brain disorders.

    It is good for athletes, and helps to protect the liver by aiding in the removal of excess ammonia. Aspartic acid combines with other amino acids to form molecules that absorb toxins and remove them from the bloodstream.

    It aids cell function and the function of RNA and DNA, which are the carriers of genetic information. It enhances the production of immunoglobulins and antibodies (immune system proteins).





    ASPARTIC ACID DOSAGE INFORMATION

    Aspartic Acid nutritional supplements are available in powder, capsule, tablet and liquid forms. Read product labels for specific product dosage information.

    RECOMMENDED DOSAGE

    1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon daily L-Aspartic Acid powder between meals or as recommended by your health care provider. 1/2 teaspoon of supplemental powder contains 1.9 grams of L-Aspartic Acid (Source Naturals).

    FOOD SOURCES OF ASPARTIC ACID

    Aspartic Acid was first discovered in 1827 by Plisson, derived froom Asparagine, which had been isolated from asparagus juice in 1806, by boiling with a base. Plant protein especially that found in sprouting seeds, contains an abundance of Aspartic Acid. It is also found in dairy products, beef, poultry, wild meats, beans, brewer's yeast, brown rice, avocado, asparagus, nuts, seafood, seeds, soy, sugar beet molasses, whey, whole grains such as oat flakes, young sugar cane and in the sweetener Aspartame found in NutraSweet, Equal, Canderel and other aspartame artificial sweeteners. In dietary supplements it is found as Aspartic Acid itself or salts such as Magnesium Asparatate.

    ASPARTIC ACID DEFICIENCY

    Symptms of Aspartic Acid deficiency may include fatigue and depression.

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  • ASPARTIC ACID SAFETY, CAUTIONS, & INTERACTION INFORMATION

    If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your health care provider or midwife before using this product. Keep out of reach of children.

    Toxicity of Aspartic Acid may cause brain damage.






    ASPATIC ACID SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS

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    ASPARTIC ACID (L-ASPARTIC ACID) SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS

    L-Asparaginase is an enzyme that helps convert Asparagine to Aspartic Acid. L-Aspartic Acid plays a vital role in energy production and is a major excitatory neurotransmitter. It is one of the components necessary to move high energy NADH molecules from the main body of a cell to its mitochondria, or primary energy-production areas. Once there, the NADH helps to generate ATP, the energy fuel that powers all the cells' activities. Besides helping with energy production, L-Aspartic Acid is a major excitatory neurotransmitter. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult your health care professional before using this product. Do not use if either tamper-evident seal is broken or missing. Keep out of the reach of children.

    HERBSPRO PRODUCTS

    HerbsPro: L-Aspartic Acid Powder, Source Naturals, 1.9 g / 1/2 Teaspoon, 3.53 oz. (7003)
    1/2 teaspoon contains approximately 1.9 grams of L-Aspartic Acid. Take 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon daily, between meals or as recommended by your health care professional.


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    Amazon: Pure D-Aspartic Acid (DAA) Powder, BulkSupplements, 100 Grams
    D-Aspartic Acid is an inessential amino acid which is necessary for the development of the nervous system and the correct functioning of the neuroendocrine system. D-Aspartic Acid is just a bit less bioavailable than L-aspartic acid, but it has a much more pronounced effect on increasing the release and the synthesis of testosterone. This is what makes it so accessible and popular in the fields of bodybuilding and athleticism. D-Aspartic Acid has been linked to the process of producing luteinizing hormone (LH) which is directly linked to the creating and synthesis of testosterone. For men, this is essential as this testosterone helps support the growth of lean muscle mass as well as the creation of new energy.


    Amazon: D-Aspartic Acid, All Sports Nutrition, 300 Grams
    D-Aspartic Acid by AI Sports 300 grams Powder D-Aspartic Acid 300 grams Powder Testosterone Booster. Increases Nitric Oxide Levels. Performance Enhancer. Suggested Use As a dietary supplement As a dietary supplement take 1 scoop 1-2 times daily. - Or as directed by your healthcare professional. Supplement Facts Serving Size 1 Scoop Servings Per Container 100 Amount Per Serving Daily Value D-Aspartic Acid (Sodium D-Aspartic Acid) 3000 mg Daily Value Not Established Percent Daily Values are based on a 2 000 calorie diet Other Ingredients Gelatin magnesium stearate cellulose. Warnings Keep out of reach of children. As with all dietary supplements consult your healthcare professional before use. See product label for more information. Not for use by individuals under the age of 18 years. Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Consult a Physician before using this or any product if you have or have a family history of including but not limited in high blood pressure cardiac arrhythmias heart l.


    Amazon: D-Aspartic Acid (DAA), Pharma Grade Ultra Pure Powder, Foil Sealed For Freshness, Hard Rhino Brand, 500 Grams (1.1 lbs)
    D-Aspartic Acid (DAA) is a amino supplement often used by athletes and body builders during their workout. Suggested dosage is 3 grams (approximately 1/2 tablespoon), per day, split into equal portions or taken in one serving.


    Amazon: D-Aspartic Acid Dietary Supplement, Biotech Nutritions, 200 VCaps
    Biotech Nutritions D-Aspartic Acid 200 capsules 3000 mg per serving. Testosterone Booster. Increases Nitric Oxide Levels. Performance Enhancer.


    Amazon: L-Aspartic Acid Powder, Source Naturals, 3.53 oz.
    L-Aspartic Acid plays a vital role in energy production and is a major excitatory neurotransmitter. Recommended dosage is 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon daily between meals.


    Amazon: L-Aspartic Acid Powder, Source Naturals, 3.53 Ounce (Pack of 2)
    L-Aspartic acid plays a vital role in energy production. It is one of the components necessary to move high-energy NADH molecules from the main body of a cell to its mitochondria, or primary energy-production areas. Once there, the NADH is used to generate ATP, the energy fuel that powers all the cell's activities. Besides helping with energy production, L-Aspartic acid is a major excitatory neurotransmitter. Recommended dosage is 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon daily between meals.


    Amazon: Pure L-Aspartic Acid Powder, BulkSupplements, 250 Grams
    Aspartic acid is generally found in sugar cane. It is a nonessential amino acid (meaning that the body generally manufactures a sufficient enough amount on its own that supplementation is not needed) that acts as a neurotransmitter and has a positive effect on metabolism. The Krebs cycle would be incomplete without aspartic acid. This is what allows for the synthesis of various important amino acids. The Krebs cycle is eventually what leads to the creation of cellular energy which is important for all types of people, not just athletes. Aspartic acid is also indirectly involved in the creation of ATP which fuels all cellular energy throughout the body. Because of the use it has in generating ATP, some experts believe it is very useful for athletes in increasing endurance. Also available in 500 Grams and 1 Kilogram bulk sizes.


    Amazon: L-Aspartic Acid Pure Powder, Food Grade For Energy, NuSci, 500 Grams (1.1 lbs.)
    L-Aspartic acid is a non-essential amino acid. It can be produced in the body with proper nutrition. It also exists in animals and plants. It can be found in dairy, sausage beef, poultry, sprouting seeds, oat flakes, asparagus. Supplementation L-aspartic acid benefits to resistance to fatigue, improvement of athletic performance and endurance, since L-aspartic acid plays an important role in cell energy generation. It is one of the components necessary to move high energy NADH (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) molecules from the main body of a cell to its mitochondria, a primary energy generation areas. In the mitochondria, the NADH is used to generate ATP, the energy carrier that all cells activities needed. Supplementation L-Aspartic Acid also benefits to the improvement of depression since L-Aspartic Acid is an excitatory neurotransmitter. Generally Suggested Use: For adult, to take 1/4 teaspoon of this powder (1 gram) 1 to 2 times daily in water or your favorite beverage. If you experience stomach irritation, take with meals. Or do your own research for dosage and your usage purpose.


    Amazon: L-Aspartic Acid Pure Powder, Food Grade For Energy, NuSci, 1000 Grams, (2.2 lbs.)
    L-Aspartic acid is a non-essential amino acid. It can be produced in the body with proper nutrition. It also exists in animals and plants. It can be found in dairy, sausage beef, poultry, sprouting seeds, oat flakes, asparagus. Supplementation L-aspartic acid benefits to resistance to fatigue, improvement of athletic performance and endurance, since L-aspartic acid plays an important role in cell energy generation. It is one of the components necessary to move high energy NADH (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) molecules from the main body of a cell to its mitochondria, a primary energy generation areas. In the mitochondria, the NADH is used to generate ATP, the energy carrier that all cells activities needed. Supplementation L-Aspartic Acid also benefits to the improvement of depression since L-Aspartic Acid is an excitatory neurotransmitter. Generally Suggested Use: For adult, to take 1/4 teaspoon of this powder (1 gram) 1 to 2 times daily in water or your favorite beverage. If you experience stomach irritation, take with meals. Or do your own research for dosage and your usage purpose.



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  • AMINO ACID COMPLEX PRODUCTS

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    A high quality, hypoallergenic amino acid formulation. Amino Max 21 is a scientifically formulated combination of 21 crystalline, free-form amino acids in the natural L-configuration. Because free-form amino acids are readily bioavailable and require no digestion by the body, they can be absorbed efficiently into the bloodstream and accompanying tissues where they are used for cellular regeneration.
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    Cher Amino Protein is a concentrated and peptide bonded free amino acid supplement contains all essential amino acid derived from natural enzyme hydrolysis of collagen protein and whey protein that help relieve muscle breakdown.
    HerbsPro: Cher-Amino Liquid Protein, TwinLab, 32 fl. oz. (19498)
    Cher Amino Protein is a concentrated and peptide bonded free amino acid supplement contains all essential amino acid derived from natural enzyme hydrolysis of collagen protein and whey protein that helps to relieve muscle breakdown. The protein in this product is a predigested collagen and whey (lactalbumin) protein and is therefore utilized 100%. Contains all the essential amino acids derived by enzymatically hydrolyzing the animal protein collagen and whey protein (lactalbumin). The amino acids in this product are naturally present in the protein. They are not added or manufactured. 15 grams per ounce. New improved formula. Predigested collagen. Enriched with predigested whey protein, a superior source of high quality amino acids.


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