Amino Acids Amazing Abilities

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Amino acids are known to be the “building blocks” of life, but what most people don’t know is their long list of therapeutic roles in recovery from illness and contributing to good health.

They keep the gastrointestinal tract working, prevent aging and degenerative diseases, they have powerful antixodant properties, support the immune system, heavy metal detoxification, support the heart and nervous systems, regulate blood sugar (energy) and can restore vitality when needed.

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Here is a list covering some of the main amino acids and just some of the things they do or help your body:

Alanine

  • metabolism of glucose

Arginine

  • tumors and cancer.
  • function of the immune system
  • liver detoxifier
  • increases sperm count
  • healing/repair of skin and connective tissue
  • muscle metabolism
  • proper nitrogen balance
  • weight loss by increasing muscle mass
  • regulation of many enzymes and hormones
  • release of growth hormone
  • new bone and collagen

Asparagine

  • balance within the central nervous system
  • amino acids convert to what they are supposed to in the liver

Aspartic

  • stamina
  • metabolism
  • chronic fatigue
  • neural and brain disorders
  • removes excess ammonia from the body
  • cell function and function of RNA and DNA
  • produces immunoglobulins and antibodies

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Carnitine

  • transports long-chain fatty acids to provide muscle energy
  • uses fat as an energy source
  • diabetes
  • alcohol-induced fatty liver
  • heart disorders
  • blood triglycerides
  • weight loss
  • muscle strength

Citrulline

  • energy
  • immune system
  • detoxifies ammonia

Cysteine and Cystine

  • detoxifier
  • strong nails, skin and hair, produces collagen
  • free radicals
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • hardening of the arteries
  • heavy metals chelation
  • iron absorption
  • fat burning
  • breaks down mucus
  • strengthens white blood cell activity

GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid)

  • neurotransmitter
  • anxiety, stress-related nervousness
  • epilepsy and hypertension
  • relaxant, increases libido
  • enlarged prostate
  • ADD

Glutamic

  • builds proteins
  • metabolism of sugars and fats
  • transports potassium across the blood-brain barrier
  • brain fuel
  • personality and childhood behavioral disorders

Glutamine

  • most abundant in the body, protein building block
  • can convert to glucose
  • energy source
  • fuel for cells lining the intestine
  • anti-inflammatory
  • mental functioning, helps with depression
  • athletic performance
  • gastritis, peptic ulcers, ulcerative colitis

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Glutathione

  • antioxidant produced in the liver
  • detoxifies
  • supports red and white blood cells
  • carbohydrate metabolism
  • Anti-aging
  • breaks down oxidized fats that lead to atherosclerosis

Glycine

  • prostate gland
  • muscle degeneration
  • construction of DNA, RNA
  • synthesis of nucleic acids, bile acids
  • hypoglycemia
  • epilepsy
  • bipolar disorder, hyperactivity
  • low pituitary function

Histidine (or Histadine)

  • growth, repair of tissues
  • T-cell function
  • rheumatoid arthritis
  • maintenance of the myelin sheaths protect the nerve cells
  • sexual arousal
  • indigestion
  • production of red and white blood cells
  • removing heavy metals

Isoleucine

  • hemoglobin formation
  • blood sugar, energy levels
  • energy,endurance, healing, repair muscle tissue
  • mental disorders

Lysine

  • nitrogen balance
  • muscle mass, collagen formation, tissue repair
  • high serum triglycerides
  • concentration
  • bone and growth development in children
  • antibodies, hormones, and enzymes
  • calcium absorption

Methionine

  • pancreatitis
  • liver function
  • clogging the arteries
  • breakdown of fats
  • detoxifies heavy metals
  • brittle hair
  • osteoporosis
  • powerful antioxidant
  • excretion of estrogen
  • schizophrenia
  • tumors

Ornithine

  • muscle-building
  • immune system, liver function
  • detoxifies ammonia
  • liver regeneration
  • damaged skin, connective tissue

Phenylalanine and D,L-Phenylanlanine (DLPA)

  • alcohol withdrawal
  • osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis
  • vitiligo
  • mood elevator
  • sexual arousal
  • hunger, cravings for food
  • menstrual cramps, migraines, pain

Serine

  • metabolism of fats and fatty acids
  • growth of muscle
  • immune system
  • immunoglobulins and antibodies
  • moisturizing capabilities

Taurine

  • absorbing fats and fat-soluble vitamins
  • cardiac arrhythmias
  • cell membrane stability
  • brain cell overactivity
  • Congestive Heart Failure
  • diabetes
  • high blood pressure
  • building block for other Amino Acids
  • bile (digestion of fats)
  • serum cholesterol
  • edema, hypoglycemia
  • anxiety, poor brain function, seizures

Threonine

  • protein balance
  • collagen, elastin
  • liver, lipotrophic function
  • fatty liver
  • antibodies, immune system

Tryptophan

  • B3 (Niacin)
  • serotonin
  • normal sleep
  • depression and insomnia
  • mood stabilizer
  • hyperactivity in children
  • relieves stress
  • heart health
  • weight control by decreasing appetite
  • migraine headaches

Tyrosine

  • mood elevator
  • key component of melanin
  • suppresses your appetite, reduces body fat
  • adrenal, thyroid and pituitary glands
  • metabolism
  • chronic fatigue, anxiety, depression, allergies, headaches
  • alcohol, cocaine, addictive drugs withdrawal support.

Valine

  • stimulant
  • muscle metabolism, tissue repair
  • nitrogen balance
  • energy source for the muscles

Amino acids are powerful. They help cure disease, prevent disease, alleviate many symptoms, elevate our mood, and help us live longer and healthier lives! So go eat your healthy protein or drink a whey protein smoothie…. and give your body the tools it needs!

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