Nitric Oxide

Also indexed as:AAKG, Arginine AKG (NO2 Compound), NO2
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How to Use It

Optimal levels remain unknown, though weight lifters were given 12 grams per day in one trial.

Where to Find It

Although the substances that comprise AAKG are present in many foods, the AAKG compound is found only in supplements.

Possible Deficiencies

A deficiency of AAKG has not been reported.

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