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Amino Acids

Amino acids: essential nutrients, proteins, carbohydrates and fats. 50% of our bodies’ dry matter content is protein. Proteins are made up of a number of protein-chains, namely amino-acids. Proteins in our body are built by 20 amino acids.


Amino acids together with enzymes are responsible for a variety of important functions such as: cell replacement, hormones, muscle, blood and other bodily building blocks. If there is a shortage of amino acids in the body, then the cells are unable to be regenerated. The amino acids can be found almost everywhere in the body and are essential to most bodily functions (for example: absorption of foods, digestion, proper liver function, healing of wounds, rejuvenation of our cells, etc). The result can be felt even if there is a lack of only 1 amino acid in the form of allergies, fatigue, digestive problems, poor resistance to infections, premature aging, etc…

Amino acids: lysine, izolencium, leucine, tryptophan, phenylalanine, threonin, valine, methionine, alanine, arginine, aspargin acid, glutamic acid, glycine, histidine, proline, serine, tyrosine, cisterine, aspargine, glutamine.

Essential amino acids: only the body can synthesize proteins only from food we eat.


Anti aging, eyesight strengthener, fatigue suppressor


growth in children, protein balance in adults





required for building red blood cells, skin and hair, nerve sedative, digestive stimulant

helps the functioning of the thyroid hormone by aiding the production of thyroxine


stimulates digestion


nerve sedative, lack of it leads to insomnia, mental and emotional fatigue


nerve sedative, lack of it leads to insomnia, mental and emotional fatigue


sedative, it helps the rejuvenation and cleansing of the liver

Semi-essential: can be produced by our body by using other essential amino acids


prevents cell aging, helps the skin and hair development


detoxifying molecule

Non-essential: these amino acids can be developed by our body and can be created if an appropriate organic compound is provided


Building block of the blood


amino acids of men (an important part of sperm)

Aspargic acid

energy processes

Glutamic acid

balance of metabolic processes, intellectual activity, is important in the use of in cells of oxygen


hearing and nerve functionality


becomes glutamine


brain and nerve functionality


inhibits the aging of cells and the growth of hair and skin

150 natural amino acids are known outside the 20 proteinogenic amino acids but only in small quantities and often only occur in some organizations.


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