Threonine
Amino Acids

Threonine

Threonine is an essential amino acid that helps maintain protein balance in the body. Threonine is used in the central nervous system, heart, skeletal muscles.

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Amino Acids

Amino acids and information on them and their use. The most common amino acids. Everything about amino acids.
Amino Acids - Aspartic AcidAmino Acids

Aspartic Acid

27.11.2015

Aspartic acid is needed to maintain balance in the central nervous system. Aspartic acid protects against excessive nervousness or lethargy.

Amino Acids - LeucineAmino Acids

Leucine

13.11.2015

Leucineis an essential amino acid, which provides numerous health benefits. Leucine is 1 of 3 branched-chain amino acids, written BCAA for short. The primary function of leucine is to stimulate protein synthesis in muscles, causing the latter to grow.

Amino Acids - MethionineAmino Acids

Methionine

29.10.2015

Methionine is an essential amino acid. Methionine is found in the composition of a wide range of enzymes and proteins, it also plays a role in the synthesis of DNA and RNA, making it vitally important for rejuvenating cells.

Amino Acids - GlycineAmino Acids

Glycine

23.10.2015

Glycine is a nonessential amino acid, found in protein composition. Glycine is the smallest amino acid but is among the most substantial amino acids produced by the body.

Amino Acids - HistidineAmino Acids

Histidine

12.06.2015

Histidine is an essential amino acid that plays a function in the growth and regeneration of tissues in the human body. Histidine is of prime importance for the production of white and red blood cells.

Amino Acids - L-CarnitineAmino Acids

L-Carnitine

21.05.2015

Carnitine or L-carnitine an amino acid that the human body makes from the amino acid lysine, which requires vitamins В3, В6, С, iron and the amino acid methionine. The greatest amounts of L-carnitine can be found in red meat.

Amino Acids - CystineAmino Acids

Cystine

11.05.2015

Cystine is a sulfur-containing amino acid, responsible for healthy connective tissue, skin, hair and nails. A great portion of the foods regularly present in our menu are sources of cystine.

Amino Acids - GlutathioneAmino Acids

Glutathione

28.04.2015

Glutathione is a type of protein that the human body synthesizes by using 3 amino acids: cysteine, glycine and glutamic acid. Glutathione is a vital antioxidant found in every single cell of the body.

Amino Acids - Omega-6 fatty acidsAmino Acids

Omega-6 fatty acids

17.01.2013

Omega-6 fatty acids are essential fatty acids. There are several different types of omega-6 fatty acids. Benefits of Omega-6 fatty acids.