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Health Sign Free Form Amino Acids 120caps - Full formula essential and non-essential amino acids
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Amino acids are the basic building blocks of proteins and unlike the two other basic nutrient categories (carbohydrates, fats) include nitrogen at a rate of 16%. Proteins are considered necessary for any living organism, and then the water, make up the majority of the body weight. About 28 amino acids associated with maintaining good human health. The liver produces 80% of these amino acids, but the remaining 20% have the body necessarily be obtained from food and this percentage is called essential amino acids
essential Amino Acids
For an adult the essential amino acids are: lysine, threonine, valine, methionine, isoleucine, phenylalanine, tryptophan and leucine. The infants also require histidine. The requirements of essential amino acids decreases with age.
Lysine: It is one of the basic amino acids with properties against heart disease and atherosclerosis. Lysine must always be combined with vitamin C. It helps to combat all kinds of herpes and thrush. Useful in cases of heart disease, circulatory and atherosclerosis.
Threonine: It is an essential amino acid which can not be synthesized by the body and found in high concentrations in the heart, skeletal muscle and central nervous system. It is essential to maintain protein balance of the body and helps in collagen and elastin. It also contributes to liver functions while also helping the immune system by promoting the production of antibodies, and finally facilitates the growth rate. The presence of threonine favors the elimination of some other ingredients, it is also used as part of the treatment for mentally retarded people.
Valine: is an amino acid derived from the hydrolysis of proteins. A branched chain amino acid found in significant amounts in the muscles.
Methionine: It is an essential amino acid. It helps the breakdown of fats and hence prevents accumulation of fat in the arteries. Also aids digestion and remove heavy metals from the body since it can be converted to cysteine. The amino acid methionine is an important antioxidant.
Isoleucine: It is essential amino acid and belongs to the branched chain amino acids. This amino acid can not be manufactured by the body for it and have the agency to procure from food.
Phenylalanine: It is an essential amino acid the body. It is the most common aromatic amino acid. He participates in the synthesis of tyrosine.
Tryptophan is an essential amino acid that helps to maintain overall good health. This amino acid is essential for the synthesis of niacin. It is used by the body to produce serotonin, a neurotransmitter essential for proper functioning of the nerves and brain. Serotonin is necessary for the sleep process balances the mood, feelings of pain, inflammation, intestinal peristalsis.
Leucine: It is an essential amino acid which can not be manufactured in the body and forms part of the branched chain amino acids. widely used by bodybuilders and other athletes to promote muscle recovery, although not show a change in body composition.
Histidine: It is an essential amino acid which is synthesized by the body of adults in specific quantities. But children have very often lack this component. Histidine is a precursor of methyl-histidine, a substance released by cells of the immune system of the human body during an allergic reaction. It is essential for the proper development and for the reconstruction of the muscle tissue, while also contributing to the maintenance of myelin coating that acts protect neurons. Also considered essential for the synthesis of white and red blood cells, and to protect the body in the event of radiation damage and the removal of heavy metals from the body.
Taurine: An amino acid with a significant interest in a child's diet is taurine. Taurine is present in high concentration in muscle, brain and heart and plays a key role in the nervous system, the thermoregulation, the administration of calcium by cells and endogenous detoxifying process. Taurine has antioxidant properties and although they will not find tables with the essential amino acids, is for infants essential amino acid that procure through breastfeeding. In premature infants there taurine loss via the kidneys and the need for "filling" of the infant body becomes even more imperative.
Nonessential amino acids
Arginine: Often described as the "natural Viagra". Adequate blood flow to the genitals, it is necessary for the stimulation of the man and woman. Arginine, naturally supports the maintenance of blood flow to the genitalia - both in man and in woman. The natural Arginine is the "biological precursor" of nitric oxide (NO) (molecule that is released with the Viagra - that is why the metaphor of "natural Viagra"). The natural Arginine does not cause hypertension. It is hypoallergenic.
Aspartic acid: They are non-essential amino acid which is a sufficient amount of plant proteins particularly in germinating seed, but may be synthesized in the body from oxaloacetate.
Serine: is a non-essential amino acid, which is necessary for the metabolism of fat, tissue growth, proper immune function, as it contributes to the production of immunoglobulins and antibodies.
Glutamic acid: This is a non-essential amino acid that is synthesized by a number of amino acids including arginine and ornithine. A common amino acid, glutamic acid is the major excitatory transmitter in the brain and spinal cord. Glutamate receptors interact with three classes: two classes of ionotropic receptors (NMDA receptors and non-NMDA receptors) and one class of metabotropic receptors.
Glycine: It is a non-essential amino acid. Linked to form creatine phosphate and thus can be considered ergogenic. Increased creatine phosphate in the muscles accelerates the re-synthesis of substances that provide energy to short high-intensity activities. Glycine can be synthesized from serine and threonine.
Alanine: is a nonessential amino acid that is used to construct the proteins.
Tyrosine: It is enough insulin and the enzyme papain. Can be synthesized in the body from the amino acid phenylalanine. It is a precursor of epinephrine, norepinephrine and dopamine and the three are particularly important for the proper functioning of the brain, transmission of nerve impulses.
Proline: This is a non-essential amino acid which can be synthesized in the body from glutamate and requires no intake of food. Proline improves skin properties, helps in the formation of collagen and helps maintain the collagen levels in the body by increasing age.
Hydroxyproline: is an amino acid that is found exclusively in the collagen molecule, which more than 50% is located in bone. The hydroxyproline produced after the breakdown of bone is not metabolized and excreted in the urine, so it is considered a good indicator for the breakdown of bone.
Cystine: It is a crystalline amino acid, comprising cysteine residues. Located in ample quantity in skeletal and connective tissue, hair and digestive enzymes.
Instructions for use
Take 2 capsules daily or as directed by your doctor. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Instructions for storage: The product is kept in a cool and dry place. Keep out of reach of small children.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet. Consult your doctor if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication or experiencing health problems.
Content: 120 capsules
Active Ingredients Daily dose (2 capsules)
Glycine 60 mg
L-alanine 30 mg
L-aspartic acid 35 mg
Monosodium L-glutamate acid 100 mg
Of L-glutamate 100 mg
L-isoleucine 60 mg
L-leucine 90 mg
L-methionine 50 mg
Of L-phenylalanine 50 mg
L-serine 50 mg
L-threonine 40 mg
L-Valine 60 mg
Of L-citrulline 30 mg
N-acetyl-L-cysteine 20 mg
L-Taurine 30 mg
L-Proline 80 mg
L-Arginine 90 mg
L-Lysine 75 mg
Of L-tyrosine 40 mg
L-histidine 40 mg
Other ingredients: Ingredients empty capsule (vegetable cellulose).
To product produced in the European Union in accordance with the Rules of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP).
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