APN Essential Aminos - 60 Servings - (Pineapple)

APN Essential Aminos - 60 Servings - (Pineapple)

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APN Essential Aminos - 60 Servings

 

APN Essential Aminos are the perfect combination of Branch Chain Amino Acids and the 9 Essential Amino Acids.

Amino Acids are the building blocks of protein and, in fact, the building blocks of life itself. They are essential to optimal metabolic function and critical to growing and maintaining both muscle mass and lean body mass, therefore, the key to human performance.

 


 

Phenylalanine

Role

L-phenylalanine is an essential amino acid that is converted into another amino acid called tyrosine.

This amino acid is needed to form important brain chemicals (neurotransmitters and hormones) including norepinephrine (aka noradrenaline), epinephrine (aka adrenaline), their precursor L-dopa, and finally thyroid hormones, which are responsible for the regulation of our metabolism.

Benefit

Without sufficient L-phenylalanine it’s possible to experience cognitive dysfunction, depression, and appetite loss.

 

Valine

Role

Valine is one of three branch-chained amino acids (BCAAs) and promotes the repair of tissues.

Valine helps with energy prevision, regulates blood sugar levels, and assists with normal growth and development.

It also is involved in stimulating the central nervous system.

Benefit

Valine is often taken in supplement form with other BCAAs to build muscle mass in athletes.

 

Leucine

Role

Another branch-chained amino acid (BCAA), leucine is the fourth most concentrated amino acid found within muscle tissue.

Benefit

It helps to maintain nitrogen balance and energy supply.

 

Isoleucine

Role

The third branch-chained amino acid (BCAA), isoleucine is also involved in muscle development and repair.

It is broken down by the body to provide energy within the muscle tissue and assist the body when recovering from strenuous physical exercise.

Benefit

Insufficient levels of this amino acid within the body can produce symptoms that are similar to those experienced by people suffering from hypoglycemia.

 

Lysine

Role

This is a key essential amino acid that helps to build a healthy immune system.

It is involved in the development of antibodies and has important antiviral properties.

Benefit

Studies show that this particular amino acid is especially beneficial for safeguarding against herpes virus. Lysine also assists with the formation of collagen and muscle tissue.

 

Threonine

Role

This essential amino acid helps to maintain the balance of protein within the body and therefore supports normal growth and development.

It is also involved in supporting the central nervous system, cardiovascular system, immune function, and liver function.

Benefit

Threonine is required to produce the amino acids serine and glycine that produce elastin, collagen and muscle tissue. Combined with methione and aspatic acid, thronine also helps to process fatty acids and prevent liver failure.

 

Tryptophan

Role

This essential amino acid is required to produce the important neurotransmitter serotonin.

Benefit

The level of serotonin in the body has a direct influence on emotions and mood.

Low levels of this neurotransmitter can lead to insomnia, depression, and weight gain; among other problems.

Tryptophan is also needed for the manufacture of vitamin B3 (niacin).

This nutrient assists with the regulation of blood sugar, stop free radical damage, and prevent cholesterol buildup.

 

Methionine

Role

Methionine, like the important Arginine, is a sulphur-containing essential amino acid.

It helps the body to effectively process and remove fat.

Benefit

The body needs high levels of methionine to produce the amino acids taurine and cysteine, as well as the powerful amino acid glutathione.

 

Histidine

Role

Histidine is essential for infants to ensure the regulation of growth and natural development and repair mechanisms.

Benefit

The body needs it to produce histamine, glutamate, ferritin and haemoglobin. It is therefore essential for various metabolic reactions, energy and blood supply as well as detoxification of heavy metals. Other functions include the regulation of the blood pH and supporting the healing of wounds.

 

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