WHAT ARE TYPES & FUNCTIONS OF AMINO ACIDS IN BODY- PART 2July 5, 2016
BODY REPAIR SYSTEMJuly 30, 2016
- ALANINE: It is non-essential amino acid and is important source of energy for muscle, tissue, the brain and central nervous system, it strengthens the immune system by producing antibodies, helps in the metabolism of sugar and organic acids.
- ARGININE: It is non-essential amino acid and is helpful in improving immune responses to bacteria, virus & tumor cells, promotes wound healing and regeneration of liver, it causes the release of growth hormones, considered crucial for optimal muscle growth and tissue repair, help arthritis sufferers by stimulating the growth of new bone and tendon calls. It appears that ingestion of arginine increases human growth hormones (HGH), which in turn accelerates the formation of new bones and tendons.
- ASPARAGINE: It is a non essential amino acid, on intracellular function. Asparagines glutamine and serine are vital for energy and smooth function of brain reactions, contributes to the formation of proteins, muscles, neurotransmitters, antibodies and receptors, important transporters of nitrogen, foundation of carbohydrate metabolism, improve recovery after surgery or trauma by hastening wounds.