Arginine is known as a 'conditionally essential' amino acid.  Because our bodies can convert arginine into citrulline and citrulline into arginine, it is only essential to have one or the other in your diet.  So which one should you choose?  Well, a strong argument can be made for both.

Arginine is the amino acid that produces nitric oxide, which is a molecule that helps all 50 trillion cells communicate with each other by transmitting signals throughout the entire body.  Nitric oxide is also important in dilating, or opening, up our arteries, increasing blood flow.

Supplementing with arginine produces an initial spike of arginine levels in the blood, while citrulline is more of a slow release, maintaining those blood levels as it's converted into arginine.  Combining the two means that you get the benefits of nitric oxide both now, and later!


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