D Aspartic Acid

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D Aspartic Acid

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Description

Summary

D-Aspartic Acid  can be added as an important building block towards the energy and muscle gain.

What is D-Aspartic Acid (DAA Supplement)?

D-Aspartic Acid is found in a variety of foods like lunch meat, avocados, sprouts, and molasses.

Aspartic acid, an amino acid, builds protein used in the structure of the human body. It is predominantly found the pituitary gland and testes, synthesized via the D-Aspartate racemase enzyme. [1]

There is also evidence that D-Aspartic Acid is important in human neurotransmission and is especially important for sight. [1] Studies of embryos also suggest that D-Aspartic Acid is integral in the development of the nervous system as a whole. [1]

Aspartic acid is an important nutrient in the reproductive process; since it works in the biosynthesis of sex hormones, or because it helps as a neuromodulator. [1]

The D-Aspartic Acid form of Aspartic acid is an effective NMDA agonist which points to its importance in the brain. [2] NMDA receptors are vital to almost all brain function including memory and learning. [2]

While D-Aspartic Acid is available in food and is synthesized in the body, there is some evidence that additional supplementation can create desirable effects. [1]

D-Aspartic Acid (DAA) Supplement Benefits

The primary interest in D-Aspartic Acid is centered around its role in the regulation and release of testosterone in the human body.

Supplementation of D-Aspartic Acid may increase synthesis of testosterone which continues for some time after finishing supplementation. [1]

These promising results are probably due to the fact that the D-Aspartic Acid collects in the male testes and continues to boost testosterone synthesis even when the supplementation has stopped. [1]

The D-Aspartic Acid form is much more bioactive than its L-aspartate cousin both in increasing testosterone and in brain activity. [1] [2]

DAA (D-Aspartic Acid) Supplement Side Effects

When taken as directed, no significant side effects have been reported.

DAA Supplement Dosage

D-Aspartic Acid is most commonly taken in the 2-5 gram per day range. If you are taking it on a workout day, maybe try taking DAA supplement thirty minutes to an hour before working out.

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Sources

Sources

  1. 1. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2774316/?tool=pmcentrez
  2. Bai Donglin, et al. “D-Aspartate And NMDA, But Not L-Aspartate, Block AMPA Receptors In Rat Hippocampal Neurons.” British Journal of Pharmacology 145.4 (2005): 449-459. Academis Search Elite. Web. 30 Aug. 2012.
Also known as: D-AA, D-Aspartate, DAA
Type:Testosterone Booster
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Stacks well with: Taurine
Typical dose:2-5 gm
Half Life :Coming soon...
D Aspartic Acid

D Aspartic Acid

Cognitive
Improve Focus
Improve Memory
Longevity
Mental Health
Nootropics
sexual health
Testosterone