Amino acids have a great influence on our organ functions, on our arteries, tendons and body glands. Furthermore, they play an important role in the regeneration of skin and hair. They are also important for wound healing, whether externally or internally. Natura Vitalis has combined numerous amino acids in high doses in the new product "High Potential Aminos".
Who has not heard of proteins! Proteins, because proteins are nothing else, play a prominent role in the human body. "Proteins mainly provide building material for muscles, organs and blood, but also for enzymes and hormones, for example for immune defence," says Techniker Krankenkasse. The origin of the word fits in with this: the term protein was derived from the Greek word proton for "the first, the most important thing", as Techniker Krankenkasse points out.
The problem: Since our body has no protein store, the cells must be regularly supplied with protein. Animal protein from fish, meat products, milk, dairy products and eggs is similar in composition to body protein. On the other hand, these products also contain cholesterol, purines, fat and salt. These substances can promote obesity, cardiovascular diseases, lipometabolic disorders, hardening of the arteries and gout, warns Techniker Krankenkasse. The alternative: "Vegetable protein is found in plant foods such as bread, cereals, vegetables, legumes, potatoes and nuts. Even though the body cannot utilise it as well as animal protein, plant foods have a decisive advantage: saturated fats, purines and cholesterol are hardly or not at all contained."
Eating amino acids with food
Proteins consist of vital and indispensable amino acids. The body can produce some of them itself, but we have to take in others with our food. The Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) explains that, in addition to their function as protein building blocks, these also contribute to covering our daily energy needs through protein or amino acid degradation. Various free proteinogenic amino acids serve as messengers in the nervous system and as starting substances for or are involved in the formation of endogenous substances (for example, messenger substances, bile salts, thyroid hormones). All other amino acids found in the human body (for example, ornithine, γ-aminobutyric acid) could also be formed from the proteinogenic amino acids.
The better we supply ourselves with these building blocks, the faster we become healthy, the stronger our immune system is and the better we lose weight. But amino acids also ensure beautiful skin, build up our muscles, transmit signals in the brain, improve the transport of nutrients, control hormone formation, build up cells and bones and regulate the cardiovascular system.
And a study has shown that the amino acids histidine, isoleucine, leucine, valine and phenylalanine in particular determine how strong and robust one's health is. One can even speak of these amino acids being the secret to a long life!
Nine vital amino acids in one product
There are over 200 amino acids in total, but only 21 of them are important for humans and nine are considered essential. These include L-leucine, L-lysine, L-valine, L-threonine, L-isoleucine, L-phenylalanine, L-methionine, L-histidine and L-tryptophan. Natura Vitalis has combined these nine vital amino acids in high doses in the new product "High Potential Aminos". In addition, the exciting "High Potential Aminos" formula offers further amino acids: L-glutamine, L-proline, L-aspartic acid, L-alanine, L-arginine, L-serine, L-tyrosine and L-cysteine.
These amino acids have a great influence on our organ functions, on our arteries, tendons and body glands. In addition, they play an important role in the regeneration of skin and hair. They are also important for wound healing, whether externally or internally.
Natural substances in high dosage
Speaking of high-dose composition: natural substances are particularly effective when they are supplied in high doses. Orthomolecular medicine has known this for a long time. This is an alternative medical method significantly influenced by the US chemist and two-time Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling. From the point of view of orthomolecular medicine, a biochemical imbalance in the body leads to disease.
This is not good - but a solution existed! Because this imbalance can be balanced by the high-dose addition of natural vital substances. Or in the words of Linus Pauling: Orthomolecular medicine is "the maintenance of good health and treatment of disease by altering the concentrations of substances normally present in the human body and necessary for health."
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