amino acids

By | April 13, 2016

Amino acids are very important for our body, they are the basis of all life processes. Amino acids are necessary for the transport and storage (metabolism) of fats, carbohydrates, protein, water, vitamins and minerals in our body. By metabolic disorders creates obesity, high cholesterol, diabetes, arthritis, hair loss, wrinkles. Therefore, it is important to address these problems at the core, and to ensure that the essential amino acids in the body in sufficient amount are present. Unfortunately this is not always guaranteed by the deteriorating quality of our foods. Therefore it is recommended to supplement with amino acids. In our genetic material have been laid out 20 amino acids that make up proteins. There are also a further 250 amino acids that do not constitute proteins. Through them, is formed, for example, sugar

 proteinogenic amino acids

The 20 proteinogenic amino acids can be divided into three groups: essential and semi-essential and non-essential amino acids.

For our body there are eight amino acids essential because our body can not produce independent, but dependent on the supply from the outside: isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine , phentylalanine, threonine, tryptophan and valine.

Arginine and histidine form the group of so-called semi-essential amino acids. These should be included in certain situations through the diet.

The 10 non-essential amino acids can produce the body in principle itself. These are the following amino acids: alanine, asparagine, aspartic acid, cysteine, glutamine , glutamic acid, glycine, proline, serine and tyrosine.

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Depending on age, mental and physical stress, the human body amino acids in various amounts needed to stay healthy and productive.

What is the function of the amino acids

Arginine , our skin is the largest organ and renewed every 28 days. Arginine, together with methionine is responsible for the production of creatine. Creatine gives energy to the cells and supports the development of connective tissue and the cell renewal.

Threorine helps among other things in the production of collagen but also to build up our tooth enamel. Collagen is responsible for the firmness and elasticity of the skin. But also the bones, tendons, cartilage, and our teeth are made ​​up of collagen. Also, it is important for the production of antibodies.

Serine provides the moisture in our skin, our skin looks in a proper fluid balance more radiant and younger. Serine but also has another very important function. It puts the dangerous homocysteine ​​into harmless cystathionine. Homocysteine ​​is accumulation in the body is a risk factor for getting cardiovascular disease and arteriosclerosis.

Proline is a component of collagen and is important for the growth of the bone. But also for the skin and blood vessels, it further accelerates the aging of connective tissue and wound healing goes against.

Glutamine + Glutamic acid  is important for the acid-base balance in the body and protein production. With a shortage of Glutamine the proteins be extracted from our muscles with the result that slackens the skin and the muscle mass shrinks.

Glycine is among other things important to our liver, here he helps the liver detoxify. Also, it is a part of the collagen and reduce the wrinkle formation.

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Methionine strengthens hair roots and we get healthier and stronger hair. Also promotes the health of our skin and nails become stronger. Methionine, together with arginine and creatine important for beautiful and healthy skin. This amino acid is also responsible for the production of a substance which is responsible for a healthy immune system. Furthermore, it can make a positive contribution to the inclusion of the non essential amino acid, glutathione in the body.

Tryptophan is the largest available amino acid and arises from the collaboration between serotonin and melatonin. These substances make sure we fall asleep and are responsible for a good mood.

Valine  we need for the repair of muscle tissue. It also makes a positive contribution to diseases of the gallbladder and liver.

Lysine contributes to the production of carnitine. Carnitine is again responsible for converting fatty acids into energy. Further, it plays a role in the production of hormones, enzymes and antibodies.

Leucine this amino acid is widely used in power sports. It ensures faster recovery of muscles. It gives energy and creates a balance in our blood glucose levels. It also stimulates the brains.

Isoleucine wears just as leucine contribute to the balance of the amount of glucose in the body.

Cysteine ​​is an important antioxidant effect and ensures a healthy skin, hair and nails . Cellulite, nail and hair loss problems can be treated with a combination of both sulfur-containing amino acids cysteine ​​and methionine , the mineral Zinc and the vitamin biotin . Furthermore, it detoxifies and protects the liver to drugs, alcohol and tobacco.

Phentylalanine is among other things necessary for the production of the neurotransmitters dopamine , adrenaline and noradrenaline in the brains.

Tyrosine  plays an important role in the transmission of signals and impulses from the nerves to the brains.

Histidine is a precursor of histamine, a component that is released through the immune system during an allergic reaction. It is necessary for the growth and repair of tissue, and the maintenance of the myelin sheath which functions as a protector of nerve cells. Further, histidine is important for the production of white and red blood cells, and helps to protect the body from damage caused by radiation. It helps the body in the removal of metals from the body. Histidine also helps in the production of gastric juices.

Alanine  is a building block for creating proteins. It plays an important role in the transport of nitrogen to the liver. Alanine also allows for conversion of energy from our blood sugars.

Asparagine + aspartic acid  we need endurance for us but also for our brains and nervous system. It helps the liver with the removal of ammonia and other toxic substances from the blood. It is important for our immune system.

When there are shortages in our body is not strange that we are tired and listless. We simply are not good, our skin, our hair is lifeless, your nails break faster. With a shortage we get faster after exercise muscle soreness and our concentration is less. If we want to complement these deficiencies, it is important to swallow a high-quality and complete supplement.

Most products on the market contain only 6 to 8 amino acids, supplemented with vitamins. These products do not provide the complete amino acid profile. Note here if you buy an amino acid supplement!

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