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120 caps
EAN: 5901330025389
13.06€ per 100g

Food suplement AAKG 1250 Extreme Mega Caps

1250 mg of AAKG in one Mega Caps capsule!

Supplements the diet with L-arginine

price from: €22.20

Per portion (1 capsule)



For the first time on the market, the top quality AAKG in an staggeringly high, unprecedented dose of 1250 mg in one capsule of Mega Caps®/Mega Capsules®.

AAKG Extreme in form of a well-assimilable arginine alpha-ketoglutarate (AAKG) supplements the diet with L-arginine.

Arginine is a food ingredient from which many important biologically-active substances in the body are made, e.g. nitric oxide (NO). Moreover, arginine acts as a provider of the formamidine group in the biosynthesis of creatine.


“MEGA CAPS” and “MEGA CAPSULES” are trademarks registered for the first time for the benefit of Olimp Laboratories in the Polish Patent Office, respectively from 2004 and 2006.  Additionally, the word mark „MEGA CAPS” was submitted for international procedure in 26 countries all over the world, and has so far been registered in 17 countries. Also the word and figurative marks MEGA CAPS®/MEGA CAPSULES® have been submitted for international in many countries, also outside Europe.

Ingredients: 88% arginine alpha-ketoglutarate (AAKG), bulking agent – microcrystalline cellulose; anti-caking agent - magnesium salts of fatty acids; capsule (gelatine, colour: E 171).

Nutrition information 1 capsule  2 capsules 
Arginine alpha ketoglutarate (AAKG) 1250 mg 2500 mg

Recommended use: during physical effort - 1 capsule before and after training and/or before sleep. For persons who strive to maintain sexual efficiency - 1-2 capsules before the sexual activity.

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. 
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet. 
Keep out of reach of children. 
A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle are recommended.

The product is designed for physically active persons and high-performance athletes. It is also intended for sexually active men.

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