Malic Acid and Fatigue Malic acid frees critical enzymes that jump-start the Krebs
Cycle and helps to produce more energy. A series of enzymatic reactions
in aerobic organisms, the Krebs Cycle is responsible for producing highenergy
phosphate compounds, which serve as the main source of cellular energy.
Malic Acid and Oxygenation of Tissue Further, two distinct mechanisms have been proposed in maintaining
oxygen-rich tissue: One, studies have shown that certain individuals
seeking healthy oxygen levels in tissue see results with malic acid,
which is considered a tissue oxygenator. Two, malic acid binds to aluminum,
increasing the urinary excretion of aluminum. Studies have shown a direct
inverse correlation between undesirable aluminum in the body and oxygenation
levels in tissue. In studies, optimal dosing of malic acid has been shown
to be critical to supplement success.