There are two types of Amino Acids we need for all of our bodily functions. Endogenous are made by the body.
As we age our glands falter and we don’t make the proper amount.
Exogenous are suppose to come from our food, but poor agricultural practices and cooking destroyed them. Both of them have to be supplemented for us to have a healthier, longer & happier life.
Any Amino Acids that are deficient or missing cause illness and disease. They all work together synergistically. Below is our
Entire list of Amino Acids and their Functions.We are the only Company that supplies all of them.
Amino Acids ” The Building Blocks of Life”
Content of Amino Acids
and their Functions
Asparagine , Cysteine, Glutamine and Tryptophan are derived from other Amino Acids See information Below
Used for muscle recovery & wound healing, growth hormone and sperm.
Helps Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Increases muscle strength, Insulin, brain function and healthy sperm.Decreases the size of tumors. Helps with Gulf War Syndrome and yeast infection
Increases muscle stamina , protein & metabolism. Maintains equilibrium. Improves liver function.
Increases muscle stamina & protein, metabolism, DNA, RNA & antibodies. Protects the liver.Helps calcium, magnesium deficiencies.
Builds muscle strength.Natural detoxifier. Helps protect skin, cartlidge and hair.
Increases energy, wound & ulcer healing, brain function & DNA. Helps to overcome addictions
Increases muscle strength, energy, protein & metabolism. Maintains Intestinal Health
Increases energy ,blood flow ,brain function & metabolism. Helps Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Hypoglycemia, Anemias, viral and yeast Infections
Maintains proper blood pH In treating anemias, rheumatoid arthritis allergies and yeast infection
Increases muscle stamina ,blood flow and recovery. Helps with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Obesity & Panic Disorder
Increases Muscle strength & recovery. bone & skin healing. natural pain reducer. Helps Depression and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Used for Muscle repair.Increases growth of bones, ligaments, tendons, and joints. Helps Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,Anemias,Hair & Weight loss
Helps reduce blood cholesterol levels. Protects the liver. Helps maintain healthy hair, skin, and nails.
Helps concentration, and memory. Suppresses appetite. Reduces arthritic pain.Helps with Parkinson’s Disease,cancer,depression & obesity
Rebuilds cells to rebuild new muscle protein.Promotes health of joints, skin, tendons and ligaments.
Used for muscle growth. Helps maintain blood sugar levels. Helps Multiple Sceloris ,yeast infection, diabetes & hypoglycemia.
Used for muscle recovery.Protects the liver.Increases production of antibodies.Helps with Lou Gehrig’s disease, depression, and epilepsy
Increases muscle stamina. Improves mood ,stress levels and sleep for muscle recovery
Builds muscle,Increases energy, improves brain function. Helps Depression,Chronic Fatigue & Gulf War Syndrome, Parkinson’s Disease & drug addiction
Increases muscle stamina. Builds muscle strength and endurance. Helps with brain function, physical stress,hunger and obesity
Amino Acids that are Derived from other Amino Acids
Asparagine is a non-essential amino acid in humans, Asparagine is a beta-amido derivative of Aspartic acid and plays an important role in the biosynthesis of glycoproteins and other proteins. A metabolic precursor to aspartate, Asparagine is a nontoxic carrier of residual ammonia to be eliminated from the body.
Cysteine is a sulfur-containing amino acid that is synthesized from the essential amino acid Methionine via the transmethylation and transsulfuration pathway.
“Glutamic Acid” is sometimes referred to as “Glutamate” or a negative ion form. Glutamic acid is a nonessential amino acid that functions as an important metabolic intermediate. … When aminated, Glutamic Acid forms the important amino acid .
Tryptophan synthase catalyzes the formation of Tryptophan from Indole and the amino acid Serine
There are over 80 immune deficiency diseases
Here is a list of some of those diseases
Diabetes, Crohn’s, Lupus, Arthritis, Rheumatism, High Blood Pressure, Overactive Bladder, Anemias, Pneumonia, Acid Reflux, Celiac, Multiple Sclerosis, Asthma, Dyspepsia (Upset Stomach), Psoriasis, Vasculitus, and Gastritis