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Amino acids

Amino acids serve the body as components for bones, muscles and organs, and as building blocks for hormones and enzymes. In addition, they can act directly as messenger substances or as starting material thereof. The human body absorbs amino acids through the proteins in food, which are composed of 20 different amino acids. The proteinogenic amino acids are divided into three groups: essential, semi-essential and non-essential amino acids. Depending on age or physical condition, humans need different amounts of all proteinogenic amino acids to stay healthy and productive.

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What are amino acids?

The proteinogenic amino acids are divided into three groups: essential, semi-essential and non-essential amino acids. Depending on age and physical condition, people need different amounts of all proteinogenic amino acids to stay healthy and vital.

The human body consists of 20% protein, including protein, which is involved in almost all biological processes. Amino acids form these proteins. Our muscle, cells and tissues consist mainly of amino acids and amino acids are therefore of great importance for our body.

Amino acids give structure to our cells, are crucial for the transport and storage of all nutrients and promote the organs, glands, tendons and blood vessels. In addition, amino acids are important in healing wounds and recovery of tissues, especially muscles, bones, skin and hair.

Amino acids, which our body cannot produce by itself, are called essential amino acids. These amino acids should therefore be absorbed by food in the body. The main amino acids are:

Carnitine, Glutamine, Lysine, Methionine, Tryptophan