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Threonine is characterized by a very wide spectrum of action and affects the body comprehensively. One of its valuable properties is its effect on the skin condition. Threonine ensures proper hydration of the skin and prevents dehydration.
Glutamic Acid- is a neurotransmitter in the central nervous system. Shows the ability to cause depolarization of the postsynaptic membrane. Glutamic acid is found in the brain, cerebellum and spinal cord. It belongs to stimulants on NMDA receptors. Increases GABA levels and prevents skeletal muscle atrophy. It is necessary for the synthesis of high energy compounds and nucleic acids. GABA is formed from glutamic acid by decarboxylation.
Glycine- is especially important for the proper functioning of the brain. Positively affects the proper functioning of the nervous system. It helps to improve brain function, strengthens cognitive function. Calms the nervous system, provides relaxation, improves sleep comfort, and provides amazing regeneration. Not only is it responsible for the quality of sleep, but also the colder effects of its deficiency. Particularly helpful when we sleep too short, helps to maintain well-being and reduces the symptoms of fatigue.
Alanine - a naturally occurring beta-amino acid that is effective in the synthesis of muscle carnosine levels, while increasing your ability to work and the ability to delay muscle fatigue in the gym.
Valine - its presence in this combination, owes not only to the aforementioned need to administer all three BCAA amino acids together, but also to reduce central nervous system fatigue. In addition, as with the other two amino acids, it is easily converted into energy consumed by working muscles and thus saves glycogen stored in the liver.
Isoleucine - supplying large amounts of Leucine reduces the levels of the other two amino acids: Isoleucine and Valine, so it's important to use all three compounds together. In addition, Isoleucine is classified as glucogenic amino acids, i.e. those that the body can easily and quickly convert into the energy it needs. This means that we will be able not only to train longer and harder, but also to recover faster.
Leucine-effective trigger of anabolic protein block drive. Scientists have proven that it effectively builds muscle mass, maintains lean mass in caloric deficit, improves body endurance and increases regenerative properties. It is necessary for athletes to build a perfect sculpted figure at all levels of experience
Tyrosine - an endogenous amino acid that is a precursor of neurotransmitters - dopamine as well as adrenaline and noradrenaline. These compounds are necessary for the proper functioning of the processes of nerve conduction and intercellular communication. Adrenal hormones are produced in response to stress, and by preparing the body for high physical activity, they increase the use of body fat as the most efficient energy source.
Phenylalanine - often an underestimated component of proteins, which is widely used both in the context of body development and anabolic processes, as well as improving focus, coordination and muscle sensation. The right dose of this compound significantly contributes to a more efficient work of the nervous system.
Histidine belongs to the essential amino acids. Plays an important role in the protein production process. Takes part in the production of hemoglobin. It is an effective transporter of many key elements, e.g. zinc and iron. These microelements are one of the necessary ingredients for the proper functioning of not only the heart and metabolism. Deficiencies of this amino acid are often associated with a low content of these metals, which in turn is reflected in the hormonal imbalance of the body.
Lysine- must be supplied from food because our body is not able to synthesize it. It exhibits antioxidant properties (destroys free radicals) and thus helps fight diseases, helps increase growth hormone levels, present in collagen structure, facilitates calcium absorption and improves mental concentration.
Arginine - to the best known property of arginine is the synthesis of nitric oxide - a vasodilator. Thus, arginine contributes to a more efficient and faster transport of nutrients and oxygen to working cells, as well as the removal of toxic metabolism compounds that inhibit metabolic processes.
Proline endogenous amino acid. Is a fundamental collagen particle. Proline accounts for over 20% of total collagen. Directly affects the process of creating new collagen molecules. It also allows the removal of damaged protein structures in our skin. Proline strengthens the musculoskeletal system and improves joint strength.
Methionine - is an essential component for the synthesis of glutathione, one of the most important compounds in the context of protecting the body against the effects of free radicals and toxins. It seems that taking methionine simultaneously with the use of paracetamol (or other drugs from this group) can protect the liver and kidneys by preventing their damage. It is sometimes used for poisoning with hepatoxic drugs, alcohol and ammonia. Supports the natural regeneration processes of connective tissue, skin, hair and nails. Often used to relieve acne symptoms.
Tryptophan - is an amino acid that is necessary for the production of sleep hormone, and also responds to the production of serotonin and melatonin. Tryptophan is also involved in the production of proteins in the human body, e.g. muscles. Because it cannot be produced by our body, it must be delivered to the body from the outside.
1-3 servings per day (in the morning after waking up, after training and at bedtime)