The most prevalent amino acid in the body is L-Glutamine. Under
normal circumstances the body produces and maintains healthy
levels of L-Glutamine. Although in times of stress or increased
energy output the body’s tissues need more L-Glutamine than usual.
Products that contain L-Glutamine are brewer’s yeast, brown rice
bran, beans, seafood, beet root, whey, soy, dairy products, eggs,
fish, whole grains, seeds, nuts and meat.
The most important function of L-Glutamine is the support of
cellular growth, energy, and repair. Deficiencies of L-Glutamine
may be linked to gastrointestinal disorders such as Crohn’s
disease and colon inflammation. L-Glutamine may also reduce tumor
growth and taking L-Glutamine in an oral rinse will reduce the
inflammation and pain related to chemotherapy.
Amino acids promote the production of various neurotransmitters and enzymes critically needed in brain metabolism. Amino acids allow smooth, balanced cognition and fluid transition from thought to disciplined action. Aid in the reduction of stress, frustration and cognitive overload.
Amino acids are the building blocks of protein in the body, they are essential
for the synthesis of structural protein, enzymes and some hormones and
neurotransmitters. Amino acids also affect exercise metabolisms.
There are 20 different amino acids that are
needed by the body to create the various proteins needed for body
growth and repair. Of these 20, 11 are created by the body and the
remaining nine, which are called “essential amino acids,” cannot be produced by the
body. The nine essential amino acids therefore must come from diet. Histidine,
isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine,
tryptophan, and valine are essential amino acids. The nonessential
amino acids are arginine, alanine, asparagine, aspartic acid,
carntitine, cysteine, glutamine, glutamic acid, glycine, proline,
serine, and tyrosine. All 20 amino acids are necessary for health.
Below are some of the major functions amino
acids are involved in;
_ They empower vitamins and minerals to do their specific jobs correctly.
_ Some amino acids can pass through the blood-brain barrier which exists to
maintain the health of the brain, the brain’s chemistry and its processes.
_ Act as neurotransmitters or precursors; some are needed to send and receive
_ Aid in communication with nerve cells in other parts of the body.
Foods high in protein, such as meat and
poultry, fish, eggs, and dairy products, are the richest dietary
sources of the essential amino acids.
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