D-ASPARTIC ACID POWDER
- D-Aspartic acid powder.
- Suitable for vegan diets.
- 100% RAW.
- Neutral flavour.
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What is D-Aspartic Acid powder?
D-Aspartic Acid powder by RawSeries is a vegan powdered food supplement based on chelated calcium D-aspartic acid salt.
D-aspartic acid is the D- enantiomer of aspartic acid, a non-essential amino acid (ChEBI, 2019; NCIt, n.d.).
The product is free from animal ingredients and is 100% suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Why buy D-Aspartic Acid at HSN?
Don't miss out on all the features of our D-Aspartic Acid powder!
D-Aspartic Acid powder by HSN is made solely from the calcium chelate of the amino acid itself, without additives.
Our RawSeries range brings you pure food supplements so you can enjoy only what you want to use.
Particle size is the measure of the particle size of the amino acid powder.
This food supplement contains a fine powder, filtered on small-diameter screens, resulting in an extremely light, crystalline RAW.
This makes it easy to disperse in the solution, the product dissolves perfectly and doesn't form lumps or sediment when mixed.
D-aspartic acid has an acidic taste due to the chemical characteristics of the amino acid.
It is a great addition to other supplements such as L-arginine or DMAE to balance their flavour in homemade combinations.
Suitable for vegans
D-Aspartic Acid is an amino acid that can be developed vegan, without the use of animal ingredients.
Our D-Aspartic Acid powder is a food supplement suitable for vegetarian and vegan diets.
What does D-Aspartic Acid taste like?
D-Aspartic Acid has a mild-medium acidic taste.
What to combine D-Aspartic Acid powder with?
It goes great with:
- ChEBI. (2019). D-aspartic acid (CHEBI:17364).
- NCI thesaurus. (s. f.). Aspartic Acid (Code C29608).
- D’Aniello, G., Ronsini, S., Guida, F., Spinelli, P., & D’Aniello, A. (2005). Occurrence of D-aspartic acid in human seminal plasma and spermatozoa: Possible role in reproduction. Fertility and Sterility, 84(5), 1444–1449.
- Roshanzamir, F., & Safavi, S. M. (2017). The putative effects of D-Aspartic acid on blood testosterone levels: A systematic review. International Journal of Reproductive Biomedicine (Yazd, Iran), 15(1), 1–10.
- Topo, E., Soricelli, A., D’Aniello, A., Ronsini, S., & D’Aniello, G. (2009). The role and molecular mechanism of D-aspartic acid in the release and synthesis of LH and testosterone in humans and rats. Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology: RB&E, 7, 120.
|daily doseper serving|
|Serving size: 1 scoop of 5ml (3g)|
|daily dose: 1 scoop of 5ml (3g)|
|Servings per container: 50|
|Calcium D-Aspartic acid chelate|
|D-Aspartic acid base|