What is Pure Nutrition L-Citrulline Malate?
Pure Nutrition L-Citrulline Malate features 5 grams of pure L-citrulline malate in every serving, with absolutely no fillers or additives. L-Citrulline Malate is the ultimate pre-workout NO booster supplement that will help increase strength, stamina, muscle pumps, and performance in the gym. Push beyond your limits starting from the very first dose.
In addition, L-citrulline malate has synergistic effects with a variety of other ingredients, making it the perfect complement to most any preworkout supplement! Pure Nutrition L-Citrulline Malate is naturally tasteless and mixes easily in virtually all liquids.
Benefits of Pure Nutrition L-Citrulline Malate
L-Citrulline Malate a malic acid form of the amino acid L-citrulline that drives nitric oxide production and promote better blood flow by expanding and relaxing blood vessels.
What makes L-citrulline unique is that it’s an alpha-amino acid that’s not coded for by human DNA. It is found in nominal amounts in the rind of watermelon and is quickly gaining prestige in the field of dietary supplements. The body usually produces a small amount of citrulline as a by-product of arginine oxidation and through the urea cycle, but the amount needed for performance-enhancement is significantly larger.
As such, supplementing with L-Citrulline Malate makes it easier than ever to get an evidence-based dose of L-citrulline before you hit the gym. Similar to L-arginine AKG, L-citrulline has been shown in multiple studies to significantly enhance nitric oxide (NO) production, thereby igniting muscular pumps, enhancing athletic performance, boosting stamina, increasing strength, and reducing fatigue.1,2,3
Even better, the malic acid component of L-citrulline malate may confer additional benefits by serving as an intermediate in the citric acid cycle which produces ATP to facilitate skeletal muscle contraction. Malate levels naturally decrease during exercise, and studies have shown that supplementing with malic acid can effectively bolster malate levels and support training performance.
Primary Benefits of L-Citrulline Malate Supplementation:
- Increases intracellular nitric oxide (NO) production and boosts blood flow to working muscle tissue
- Works an anti-catabolic nutrient by protecting against the utilization of essential amino acids and BCAAs during exercise
- Enhances toxin elimination from the body
- Amplifies post-workout growth hormone production for greater muscle building and fat loss
What Makes Pure Nutrition L-Citrulline Malate the Best Citrulline Supplement on the Market?
All of Pure Nutrition’s supplements are manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility that is cGMP-certified. This guarantees that users are getting nothing but the purest, safest and highest quality L-citrulline malate powder on the market, with absolutely no fillers or additives. We take your health seriously so we will never sacrifice quality. Be confident that Pure Nutrition L-Citrulline Malate powder is free from impurities and tested before being put on the shelf.
Supplements are always evolving and it’s certainly wise to try out new preworkout supplements if you feel that there is a potential benefit for you, but remember that the tried and true preworkout formulas never change. This is where L-citrulline malate shines, being the undisputed best nitric oxide boosting supplement on the market and backed by a myriad of human clinical studies.
1. Wijnands KA, Vink H, Briedé JJ, van Faassen EE, Lamers WH, Buurman WA, Poeze M. Citrulline a more suitable substrate than arginine to restore NO production and the microcirculation during endotoxemia. PLoS One. 2012;7(5):e37439.
2. Sureda A, Córdova A, Ferrer MD, Pérez G, Tur JA, Pons A. L-citrulline-malate influence over branched chain amino acid utilization during exercise. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2010 Sep;110(2):341-51.
3. Hickner RC, Tanner CJ, Evans CA, Clark PD, Haddock A, Fortune C, Geddis H, Waugh W, McCammon M. L-citrulline reduces time to exhaustion and insulin response to a graded exercise test. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2006 Apr;38(4):660-6.