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Healthy fatty acids encapsulated. There are no specific guidelines regarding the recommended dose. It's assumed that the 1200mg per day is a safe dose, yielding the desired results. You can divide it into two portions and take one in the morning and another in the evening. Alpha-lipoic acid dissolves in both water and fat, so there is no need to take it during a meal. People with diabetes can use it along with cinnamon - both act synergistically and contribute to lowering blood sugar levels. Keep this in mind and dosage standard antidiabetic drugs with your doctor, taking into account the ALA effects.
ALA (alpha-lipoic acid) is a vitamin-like substance, a metabolite of catecholamines with strong antioxidant properties, it enhances anti-free-radicals action of some vitamins (A and E). ALA is synthesized at low levels by the body. It is a component of such products as broccoli, yeast, chicken liver, spinach. In the medicine it is used in the prevention of diabetic neuropathy (tissues shows a sensitivity to the insulin hormone, and it stimulates blood sugar levels). It has a positive effect on the functioning of the circulatory system and heart by the anti-arteriosclerosis action. It improves transport of creatine. It affects the storage of glycogen in muscle and liver.
Antioxidant properties of ALA are used in sports supplementation, along with the assimilation of nutrients. ALA is found in the form of mono-formula and is a compound of multicomponent products as: amino acids, creatine nitrogen boosters, as well as insulin-like (insulin-mimetic substances).