Tyrosine

Tyrosine

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Tyrosine is a nonessential amino acid that is part of the composition of proteins in the human body. Normally, the body is able to synthesize enough tyrosine by converting another amino acid - phenylalanine...

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Tyrosine

Melanin

Melanin

08.11.2013

hair, irises of the eyes and some areas of the nervous system. Melanin is formed by two amino acids - phenylalanine and tyrosine. These in turn are produced by a special group of cells known as melanocytes...

Breakfasts to Stimulate your Brain

Breakfasts to Stimulate your Brain

12.11.2015

rich in tyrosine which enhances the ability of your brain to receive and store new information. Fruit salad If you eat something sweet as early as the morning, your body will experience a surge of energy but...

Just 1 Egg a Day Protects you Against All Diseases!

Just 1 Egg a Day Protects you Against All Diseases!

19.02.2016

osteoporosis. Eating an egg a day guarantees healthy teeth and strong bones. Mental function - Eggs improve mental function. They contain tyrosine which is recommended for people working a physically or mentally demanding...

Proteins

Proteins

07.12.2012

amino acids such as glutamine, lysine, phenylalanine, tyrosine, arginine and cysteine are frequently used therapeutically. Taking supplements are available a wide range of protein powder. Especially popular...

Feta

Feta

12.02.2015

cheese also has alanine, arginine, aspartic acid, valine, glutamic acid, lysine, proline, serine, cysteine, tyrosine and others. Feta is known for being a source of calcium, iron, phosphorus...

Adrenaline

Adrenaline

06.11.2013

group of monoamines called catecholamines. It is synthesized from the amino acids tyrosine and phenylalanine. Adrenaline is also called a stress hormone because in stress situations, synthesis of adrenaline is...

Boletus

Boletus

27.01.2013

glutamine, arginine, leucine and tyrosine. It contains high levels of vitamin PP and nicotinic acid, other micro-and macronutrients. With consumption of Boletus, the body gets B group vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E...

Bulgur

Bulgur

15.11.2013

, Threonine: 354 mg, Isoleucine: 455 mg, Leucine: 830 mg, Lysine: 339 mg, Methionine: 190 mg, Cystine: 285 mg, Phenylalanine: 580 mg, Tyrosine: 358 mg, Valine: 554 mg, Arginine: 575 mg, Histidine: 285 mg, Alanine: 436 mg...

Phenylalanine

Phenylalanine

18.01.2016

-brain barrier, which means it can directly affect the chemical processes in the brain. Once in the body, it is transformed into another amino acid (tyrosine), which is in turn used to synthesize the above-mentioned...

Aspartame

Aspartame

27.11.2012

synthesis of tyrosine and neurotransmitters. To synthesize phenylalanine tyrosine specific enzyme is needed. Methanol itself is a poisonous alcohol in larger quantities. The alcohol in aspartame is quite small and not...