L-Norvaline is a form of the Branched Chain Amino Acid L-Valine, but aside from L-Valine's normal benefits, L-Norvaline has been shown to positively effect circulation and nitric oxide production. The difference, and reason for the the "nor" prefix only makes note that L-Norvaline is one hydrogen molecule longer than the original protein Valine. In the body, as with everything else in life, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. This is one fatal issue with nitric oxide production in the body. When nitric oxide is produced in our bodies, we are simultaneously producing enzymes to inhibit and thus restrict that production. The presence of L-Norvaline will actually inhibit your body from inhibiting your nitric oxide production, thus resulting in heightened muscle pumps and nutrient transportation during and after exercise. It has also been shown to be active during tissue regeneration as well as overall muscle growth. In studies done by the Department of Medical Physiology and Microcirculation at Texas A&M University.
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