Arginine
Amino Acids

Arginine

Arginine is a valuable amino acid that the body can synthesize on its own. Arginine is needed to carry out a number of physiological processes.

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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 - ThreonineAmino Acids

Threonine

12.01.2016

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.

Amino Acids - Aspartic AcidAmino Acids

Aspartic Acid

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

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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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