D-Aspartic Acid DAA

D-Aspartic Acid is a non-essential amino acid, which means that it can be manufactured by the body with proper nutrition. It can be found in animals and plants, especially sugar cane and sugar beets. Proteins are synthesized by formation of peptide bonds during ribosomal translation of messenger RNA. Even though D-Aspartic Acid is considered a non-essential amino acid, it does play a major role in metabolism.

One of the many benefits of D-Aspartic acid are that it increases stamina. Low levels of D-Aspartic acid can cause chronic fatigue, because it can lead to lowered cellular energy. D-Aspartic acid is also beneficial for neural and brain disorders.  Recent studies have shown that D-Aspartic acid also helps boost testosterone. D-Aspartic Acid is a very potent performance stimulator and libido enhancer. D-Aspartate also induces potent elevation of neurotransmitters such as dopamine & GABA, which are implicated to be responsible for its memory enhancing, anti-depressive & nootropic effects.