Is it safe to supplement with L-Arginine daily? What about Branch-Chained Amino Acids?

Yes, but . probably not necessary unless you've been diagnosed with a specific condition that requires you to take these supplements. If you eat a well balanced diet you don't need amino acid supplements. Save your money and have a nice dinner. .

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Hey im 16 years old and 5'5 tall and I really want to gain height because I play basketball any products that will help? Is there any way my height will gain from using supplements of human growth (l- arginine or amino acids) or making my growth plates g

If . If your growth plates in your long bones have fused, then you are finished growing and no medications or treatments will make you taller. The average age for this in females is 15 to 16 and for males is 18 to 19. If your growth plates are still open it is possible you may still grow a little on your own. Sometimes human growth hormone (hgh) can be used to increase height in young children prior to and around puberty, but makes little difference in height after puberty. Actual hgh is tightly regulated and can only be distributed by physicians - usually endocrinologists, so be wary of any products that claim to contain it. Amino acids are found in protein, so as long as you eat a balanced diet, supplementation will not help. Once you reach adulthood, your height is what it is and short of a gruesome leg-lengthening surgery with immense pain, expense, and complications, there's nothing you can do to actually gain a few inches. There are a few things you can do to make yourself appear taller: - practice good posture - find shoes with thick soles or "lifts" - dress in monochromatic colors, wear vertical stripes and keep your look stream-lined - make sure your clothes fit well - baggy clothes will make you appear smaller. Read more...
Height, No. There is no medication or supplement that will increase height in an adult. There are several supplements that can increase weight, generally by increasing calorie intake. Read more...

L-arginine, citruline, ornithine amino acids and safflower together are said to increase blood flow into the pelvis for arousal for women is it true?

No. The first three moieties are part of the urea cycle, which metabolizes ammonia to urea in both the liver and kidney. Safflower, used in chinese medicine to increase blood flow, has never been thoroughly evaluated from a rheologic standpoint, that is, how it impacts human vascular haemodynamics. Kegel exercises, biofeedback, tantric... These may positively enhance enhance pelvic flow. Read more...

If I had wilms tumor when I was kid, now can I take bobybuilding supplement like normal people (creatine, protien, l- arginine, glutamine, amino)?

Be careful. I assume that your wilms tumor was surgically removed and that you have one functioning kidney. I don't know if you had radiation too. Body building supplementation, particularly increased protein consumption can be hard on kidneys. My recommendation is not to use body building supplements. If you choose to use these supplements, please have your kidney function monitored by a physician. Read more...