Do you enjoy eating watermelons especially when the weather is hot and you want to refresh yourself? Don't take those red, juicy, bulky fruits for granted. We thought that these red-colored fruits that are abundant during the hot summer months are all water? Well, I did think so until I read about citrulline malate.
Those thirst-quenching watermelons are not all water but they are packed with a substance called citrulline malate which gives energy to the muscles for high energy athletic performance and extreme physical exertion.
Citrulline malate is the energy-boosting and fatigue-busting supplement that is present in watermelons. It is a combination of citrulline which is a non-protein amino acid and malate, a salt of malic acid.
Citrulline malate prevents the muscles from experiencing muscle fatigue due to its ability to remove ammonia and lactic acid, two substances that cause fatigue, muscle pain and cramps.
So for a needed energy boost to sustain you in your training and workouts, take citrulline malate. If you are not an athlete, let's say you are a housewife who is always busy taking care of the family and the household, and you want a natural source of citrulline malate, eat watermelon regularly so you will not tire easily while you do your daily tasks.