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    Hello all,

    Does D-Aspartic Acid (DAA) cause rapid heartbeat? Ive been on only 3rd day of daa and i can really feel my heartrate beating faster than usual.. even when i wasnt working working out yet. Any of you feel the same ?

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    What other supps you taking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by supershah View Post
    Hello all,

    Does D-Aspartic Acid (DAA) cause rapid heartbeat? Ive been on only 3rd day of daa and i can really feel my heartrate beating faster than usual.. even when i wasnt working working out yet. Any of you feel the same ?

    Also which brand are you taking? Are you feeling big-time anxiety?
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    From my experience, I haven't had any such conditions. Then again, that's just me using one single brand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RenegadeRows View Post
    What other supps you taking?
    Im currently stacking DAA with 6-Bromo. And im also taking the usual.. bcaa, multivit, cla, krealkalyn, glutamine and whey. first time taking DAA thou.. have taken 6-bromodione before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolf0420 View Post
    Also which brand are you taking? Are you feeling big-time anxiety?
    DAA from nutraplanet. big-time anxiety..? nope. but crashed during training man! first time this happened.
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    DAA is clearly excitotoxic. I got rid of mine, and suggest you do the same. At least lower the dose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by supershah View Post
    Hello all,

    Does D-Aspartic Acid (DAA) cause rapid heartbeat? Ive been on only 3rd day of daa and i can really feel my heartrate beating faster than usual.. even when i wasnt working working out yet. Any of you feel the same ?
    What dose are you taking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OnTheRoadTo View Post
    DAA is clearly excitotoxic. I got rid of mine, and suggest you do the same. At least lower the dose.
    I just read about the excitotoxicity, pretty freaky, glade I never ordered any.
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    Wonder if theres anything to take to reduce this
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    Quote Originally Posted by supershah View Post
    Hello all,

    Does D-Aspartic Acid (DAA) cause rapid heartbeat? Ive been on only 3rd day of daa and i can really feel my heartrate beating faster than usual.. even when i wasnt working working out yet. Any of you feel the same ?
    How much are you taking?

    28nmoles/kg/day, that calculates to 2.6g of sodium DAA, or 2.2g of pure DAA. That was all that was needed for an average man (154lbs) in the Dadavit studies. And no adverse sequela was noted even after 4 months.

    Now I know what you're thinking, you weight more than 154lbs, right? I weight 235lb and I do just fine with 2.3g/day, that's it. The amount that I find optimal is 10mg/lb/day, which interestingly is pretty close to what was utilized in the Davavit study for an average man.

    I keep trying to tell you guys, I have no idea where this generic "3g/day" protocol came from, but that's more than most of you guys probably need!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nattydisaster View Post
    Wonder if theres anything to take to reduce this
    AMPA modulators (most any racetam.)

    Also, avoid excess Calcium! The toxic potential of NMDA substrates are Calcium dependent.
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    hey all again! ****. i think im overdosing. im taking 4.5g/day. Too much yea? Im 180lbs
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    Quote Originally Posted by supershah View Post
    hey all again! ****. i think im overdosing. im taking 4.5g/day. Too much yea? Im 180lbs
    Just a little.

    I tried high doses too, up to 6g/d. It didn't work any better than the lower doses IMO. Just made me kinda nervous. Maybe you should cut it to 2 or 2.5g/day and see what you get from that?
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    thanks for the tip mate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DR.D View Post
    How much are you taking?

    28nmoles/kg/day, that calculates to 2.6g of sodium DAA, or 2.2g of pure DAA. That was all that was needed for an average man (154lbs) in the Dadavit studies. And no adverse sequela was noted even after 4 months.

    Now I know what you're thinking, you weight more than 154lbs, right? I weight 235lb and I do just fine with 2.3g/day, that's it. The amount that I find optimal is 10mg/lb/day, which interestingly is pretty close to what was utilized in the Davavit study for an average man.

    I keep trying to tell you guys, I have no idea where this generic "3g/day" protocol came from, but that's more than most of you guys probably need!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DR.D View Post
    How much are you taking?

    28nmoles/kg/day, that calculates to 2.6g of sodium DAA, or 2.2g of pure DAA. That was all that was needed for an average man (154lbs) in the Dadavit studies. And no adverse sequela was noted even after 4 months.

    Now I know what you're thinking, you weight more than 154lbs, right? I weight 235lb and I do just fine with 2.3g/day, that's it. The amount that I find optimal is 10mg/lb/day, which interestingly is pretty close to what was utilized in the Davavit study for an average man.

    I keep trying to tell you guys, I have no idea where this generic "3g/day" protocol came from, but that's more than most of you guys probably need!
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    AMPA modulators (most any racetam.)

    Also, avoid excess Calcium! The toxic potential of NMDA substrates are Calcium dependent.
    Quote Originally Posted by DR.D View Post
    Just a little.

    I tried high doses too, up to 6g/d. It didn't work any better than the lower doses IMO. Just made me kinda nervous. Maybe you should cut it to 2 or 2.5g/day and see what you get from that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAxximal View Post

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    thanks D. for this info!

    i disagree with much of what he says
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    i disagree with much of what he says
    why sir?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAxximal View Post
    why sir?
    first of all i dont think anyone knows what the optimal dosage for d-aspartic acid is, and anyone that claims to know what it is must either be pretending or privy to some clinical data that the entire population of the world is ignorant of

    IMO, the data on animals shows hormone responses substantially greater from NMDA stimulation then what was found in the Italian study. The methods used in these animal studies provided NMDA stimulation that surely exceeded what that which was produced by the small dose in the Italian study. That leads me to suspect that the dosage used in the Italian study was suboptimal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    first of all i dont think anyone knows what the optimal dosage for d-aspartic acid is, and anyone that claims to know what it is must either be pretending or privy to some clinical data that the entire population of the world is ignorant of

    IMO, the data on animals shows hormone responses substantially greater from NMDA stimulation then what was found in the Italian study. The methods used in these animal studies provided NMDA stimulation that surely exceeded what that which was produced by the small dose in the Italian study. That leads me to suspect that the dosage used in the Italian study was suboptimal.


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    One of the most important receptor systems involved with cognitive function and memory is the NMDA receptor system. NMDA (N-Methyl-D-Aspartic acid) receptors are widely distributed in the brain. It has been established that the density of NMDA receptors declines with age and that even a single dose of Acetyl-L Carnitine restores to a significant degree these receptor numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAxximal View Post


    and what do you think about DAA+ ALCAR...?

    One of the most important receptor systems involved with cognitive function and memory is the NMDA receptor system. NMDA (N-Methyl-D-Aspartic acid) receptors are widely distributed in the brain. It has been established that the density of NMDA receptors declines with age and that even a single dose of Acetyl-L Carnitine restores to a significant degree these receptor numbers.
    yes i have read that. BTW, does Ward Dean know how close you came to plagiarizing him?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    yes i have read that. BTW, does Ward Dean know how close you came to plagiarizing him?
    i read from this: http://www.immunesupport.com/95spr013.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAxximal View Post
    Interesting. Then Ward Dean was the original plagiarizer? lol. doesnt matter

    I considered putting ALC in my product but it has taste issues.

    ALC is an excellent supplement to use for dozens of reasons. propionyl-l-carnitine and L-Carnitine-L-tartrate do the same things pretty much too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    Interesting. Then Ward Dean was the original plagiarizer? lol. doesnt matter

    I considered putting ALC in my product but it has taste issues.

    ALC is an excellent supplement to use for dozens of reasons. propionyl-l-carnitine and L-Carnitine-L-tartrate do the same things pretty much too

    This is very interesting sir!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Arnold View Post
    I considered putting ALC in my product but it has taste issues.
    I bet it did. I consume ALC without mixing it in some cran juice. Testforce, I mix in my cran juice, but I could consume it in water just as easy.
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