Tagged: amino acids

Gelatin For Joint Pain 0

Gelatin For Joint Pain

Gelatin in concentrated amounts may have a positive effect on joint pain and stiffness in athletes, according to a study conducted at Ball State University by Dr. David Pearson, coordinator of the university’s Human...

The Role of Nutritions in Our Body 0

The Role of Nutritions in Our Body

Our understanding of vitamins and minerals – and other micronutrients, compounds, and elements – and their role in our body has improved dramatically over the last decades. We now know that “micronutrition” – or...

Amino Acids Supplements 0

Amino Acids Supplements

There are 40,000 proteins in your body. They are a main source of energy, promote repair of damaged tissue, and function as the building blocks of muscle. They also perform a variety of other...

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Garlic

For thousands of years, garlic (Allium sativum) has been known to have a variety of medicinal benefits. It contains amino acids, vitamins, trace minerals, flavonoids, enzymes, and 200 additional compounds. Garlic’s main active ingredient...

Plant Sources of Protein 0

Plant Sources of Protein

Protein is found in plant foods including legumes (beans and peas), nuts (and nut butters), and seeds. It’s also found to a lesser extent in grains, grain products, and vegetables (both starchy and non-starchy)...

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Protein

Protein is an essential nutrient for building and maintaining the bones, muscles, and skin. We get protein in our diets from meat, dairy products, nuts, grains, and beans. The protein you obtain from meat...

Amino acids 0

Amino acids

Amino acids are the basic units that combine to form proteins. When you eat foods that contain protein, the digestive juices in your stomach and intestines break down the protein into amino acids. Then...

Goji Berry 0

Goji Berry

The power of the goji berry is no secret in China, where the berry has been used for its many healing properties for thousands of years. According to the Ben Cao Gang Mu, a...

Try Tyrosine 0

Try Tyrosine

Tyrosine is one of the 20 amino acids that are used by cells to synthesize proteins, but studies have also shown that it may reduce stress, improve memory, and lower blood pressure even when...