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Nutritional Supplements are savicellfood amino acids


17 Amino Acids in Cellfood

In order for the body to use the food that we eat, the body needs amino acids to make up its necessary proteins. The proteins the body needs are not obtained directly from the food we eat. Dietary protein is first broken down into amino acids, which the body uses to build specific proteins, hormones, antibodies and neurotransmitters it needs. 

Alanine                            Glutamic Acid                       Lysine                               Serine                          Valine                
Arginine Glycine Methionine Threonine  
Aspartic Acid Histidine Phenylalanine Tryptophan  
Cystine Isoleucine Proline Tyrosine  



Alanine:  Is a nonessential amino acid used by the body to build proteins. Alanine is present in prostate fluid, and it may play a role in supporting prostate health

Arginine: Increases sperm content in the male.

Aspartic Acid: Is a naturally occurring nonessential amino acid, common form L(+)-aspartic acid. It is used as a dietary supplement, detergent, fungicide, germicide synthetic sweetener base. Combines with other amino acids to form compounds that absorb and remove toxins from the bloodstream.

Cystine and Methionine: Natural chelating agents for heavy metals. They aid in producing beautiful skin. Methionine can be substituted for choline which aids in reducing liver fat (lipotropic agent) and protects the kidneys. It also builds new body tissue. A deficiency of methionine may lead to fatty degeneration and cirrhosis if the liver. 

Glutamic Acid: May serve as a brain stimulant. It provides Y-Butyric Amino Acid (transmits nerve impulses to the brain).

Glycine: Serves as a stimulant to the brain. It also aids in the healing of the swollen and infected prostate.

Histidine:  Nonessential amino acid. Is found abundantly in hemoglobin; has been used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, allergic diseases, ulcers & anemia. A deficiency can cause poor hearing.

Isoleucine: Needed in hemoglobin formation. 

Lysine: Builds new body tissue and also such vital substances as antibodies, hormones, enzymes and body cells. Deficiency may cause nausea, dizziness and anemia.

Phenylalanine: It cannot be metabolized if a person is deficient in Vitamin C. It is a stimulant which sends impulses to the brain, acts as an antidepressant and can raise blood pressure.

Proline: Is a non-essential amino acid which can be formed from the amino acids, glutamate, ornithine, & arginine, or obtained from protein foods such as meat, cottage cheese, & wheat germ. It is found in high concentrations in collagen & is particularly important for musculoskeletal health. Collagen is comprised of almost one third proline residues. About half of your body's total proline is contained in collagen which is the main supportive protein of your skin, tendons, bones, cartilage & connective tissue.

Vitamin C deficiency will cause proline to be lost in the urine because of collagen breakdown. This is an early sign & precursor of degenerative disease.

Serine: A silk protein, and is a nonessential amino acid and can be synthesized in the body from glycine.Serine is required for the metabolism of fat, tissue growth and the immune system as it assists in the production of immunoglobulins and antibodies. Some derivatives (e.g. ethanolamine) are also important components of the phospholipids found in biological membranes. It is a constituent of brain proteins and nerve coverings and is also important in the formation of cell membranes, involved in the metabolism of purines and pyrimidines, and muscle synthesis

Threonine: Is another alcohol-containing amino acid that can not be produced by metabolism and must be taken in the diet. This amino acid plays an important role along with glycine and serine in porphyrin metabolism. Threonine is incorporated into proteins and enzymes at a molar rate of 6 percent compared to the other amino acids.

Tyrosine: Acts in regulation of emotional behavior. Important in eventual synthesis of thyroxine thus aiding in prevention of hypothyroidism. 

Tryptophan: Provides niacin which prevents pellagra and mental deficiency. It regulates sleep. It is useful as a relaxant as well. May also help alcoholics stay dry by relieving some of the symptoms of alcohol related body chemistry disorders.

Valine: Deficiency results in negative hydrogen balance in the body.

Four important functions of lipotropies (methionine--choline--inositol--betaine)
1. They increase production of lecithin by the liver. This helps to keep cholesterol more soluble, thereby lessening cholesterol deposits in blood vessels and also lessoning the chances of gallstone formation. (Gallstones usually have a large percentage of cholesterol deposits).
2. They prevent accumulation of fats in the liver. Fatty liver is probably the main reason for sluggish liver function. Methionine seems to act as a catalyst for choline and inositol, speeding up their function. 
3. They detoxify the liver. Methionine and choline detoxify amines which are by-products of protein metabolism. This is especially important for persons on high protein diet.
4. They increase resistance to disease. Lipotropics help to increase resistance to disease by bolstering the thymus gland in carrying out its anti-disease function in three ways. A) By stimulating the production of antibodies. B) By stimulating growth and action of phagocytes, which surround and gobble up invading viruses and microbes. C) By recognizing and destroying foreign and abnormal tissue.

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