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HealthyHey Foods LLP. 227, Building No.5-B, Andheri Kurla Road, Mittal Industrial Estate Rd, Andheri East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400059.
Flavour: Unflavoured | Size:200gm
HealthyHey Citrulline Malate is a popular supplement among body-builders. Use it if your goals are to improve workout stamina and endurance, and minimize muscle fatigue and recovery time. Citrulline malate is a common ingredient in pre-workouts and BCAAs (Branched-Chain Amino Acid Supplements). This is a popular supplement among those who train hard and want to push their workouts to the next level.
- HIGHEST QUALITY: Lab-tested for potency and purity. We use only clinically-tested ingredients that are backed by the latest research and development.
- ENHANCES MUSCLE GROWTH: Shown to increase muscle mass and strength, can improve overall athletic performance.
- SUPPORTS ENDURANCE: Enables you to exercise longer and harder by removing ammonia from your body before it can cause muscle fatigue. Improving stamina means you can push your workouts to the next level.
- PROMOTES RECOVERY: Helps your muscles recover after a hard and intense workout
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
This is better than L-arginine ?
Yes, Citrulline Malate is better as the body converts Citrulline Malate into l-arginine leading to higher nitric oxide boost.
Can i take citrulline malate alone.
Yes, Citrulline Malate can be taken directly with water.
What is the difference between BCAA and citrulline malate.
BCAA and citrulline malate have a different purpose. Branched-chain amino acids (BCAA) — leucine, isoleucine and valine — are known for muscle growth. Citrulline is not only a powerful nitric oxide booster but it also delays fatigue and drives up energy levels, especially in this form by binding malic acid (malate) to citrulline. TAKE IT LIKE THIS: Within 30 minutes before every workout take 5–10 grams of BCAAs and 2–6 grams of citrulline malate with your pre-workout protein shake. Thank you, Team HealthyHey
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