Unlike other amino acids which are commonly used as a building block to make protein in the human body aspartic acid, also known as D, is not used to produce protein but it is used for fatigue, better athletic performance, and muscle strength. We must keep in mind that there is no good current scientific research that support these specific benefits by the use of aspartic acid.
While the scientific research does not show any proof for aspartic acid to have any effect on the following, many people using it have claimed the following benefits: increased muscle strength, better athletic performance, elimination of fatigue, withdrawal from major illegal drugs.
Taking aspartic acid my mouth has been found to be likely safe as long as it’s consumed with your food. Aspartic acid is best when take him for a short period of time, and there is not enough reliable scientific evidence or reliable information to know if aspartic acid will cause unsafe side effects or if it is safe when used for long periods of time.
While it is believed that aspartic acid is likely to be safe if taking with foods, for pregnant women and those breast feeding it is best to consult your family physician to see if this would be safe for you. Aspartic acid has been linked to the possibility of brain defects in newborn infants in extensive animal research. It is recommended not to use aspartic acid supplements for those that are pregnant, trying to become pregnant, or breastfeeding.
It is important to ask the advice of your family physician when attempting to take aspartic acid. It is recommended to keep aspartic acid away from infants, for there isn’t enough reliable information to know if it is safe for children and adolescents or what side effects aspartic acid might cause.
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