D Aspartic Acid

 Three grams of D Aspartic Acid raises testosterone levels by forty percent

Taking a supplement that is based on an amino acid found naturally in the body increases the production of the messenger hormone and the muscle building testosterone gland and the testes,by enhancing the cellular production of signal molecules that control the secretion of LH and testosterone.

D aspartic acid is formed when the enzyme aspartate racemase converts L-aspartic acid into D-aspartic acid in the testes and other glands. This amino acid plays a key role in the manufacture of and sex hormone. That’s why the Italian pharmaceuticals company Pharmaguida markets the amino acid in products like Dadavit, which is aimed at infertile men.

The researchers gave a couple of dozen men aged between 27 and 37 a daily dose of 3.12 grams D aspartic acid for twelve days consecutively. Twenty other men were given a placebo. The testosterone level in the subjects that received the supplement had risen by 42 percent after the twelve days, as the table below shows. The LH-levels rose by 33 percent.

In the pituitary gland, D-aspartic acid increased the concentration of cGMP is a signal molecule – or a second messenger – that transfers messages in the pituitary cells from other messenger hormones to the DNA. More cGMP means more LH. In the testes D-aspartic acid plays a similar role with the signal molecule via which D-aspartic acid raises testosterone secretion. 

 

 

D Aspartic Acid (DAA) is the newest natural testosterone booster on the market.

DAA is the D-form of the amino acid aspartic acid. The body can produce DAA from the nonessential amino acid L-aspartic acid (the dietary form of aspartic acid). D-form amino acids, such as DAA, are found in higher concentrations in specific tissues in the body. For example, higher concentrations of DAA are found in the testes, pituitary gland, and hypothalamus (D’Aniello & Di Fiore 2000) all of which are areas involved in hormone production.

Caution: You should not take D Aspartic Acid if you have any prior medical condition, and should always consult your health practitioner before beginning any exercise or supplementation program.

D Aspartic Acid is not suitable as a sole source of nutrition and should be used in conjunction with an appropriate physical training or exercise program. Not suitable for children under the age of 18 years or pregnant women.

The statements on this label have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. D-Aspartic Acid is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Why is The Chelate version better?

To get the most out of d-aspartic acid you must use a form that's highly soluble and bioavailable so it can get to the testes and pituitary gland and do its job and stimulate more testosterone release! Regular sodium-d-aspartic acid has very bad solubility, which means poor bioavailability.

By creating a calcium chelate, the solubility of DAA is increased by over 200%, which means significantly greater bioavailability and uptake into the testes and pituitary gland.
 

 

Suggested Use:
As a dietary supplement, take 1.5 grams of D Aspartic Acid in the am with breakfast or your first meal of the day. Then again another 1.5 grams with your post workout shake or evening meal.

 


 


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