Laminine® Provides ALL 22 Essential Amino Acids

AMINO ACIDS AND THEIR ROLES

    Amino acids are critical to life, and have many functions in metabolism. One particularly important function is as the building blocks of proteins, which are linear (straight) chains of amino acids. Laminine's® unique blend of ingredients combines to produce a complete chain of 20 amino acids. The following is a list of those amino acids and their potential benefits. Amino acids are organic compounds that combine to form proteins. When proteins are digested, amino acids are left. The human body requires a number of amino acids to grow and breakdown food and is a very important part of nutrition.

A complete balance of aminos are contained in Laminine® and include:

Essential Amino Acids:

Histidine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Valine

Non-Essential or Conditionally Essential Amino Acids:

Alanine, Arginine, Asparagine, Aspartic acid, Cysteine, Glutamic acid, Glutamine, Glycine, Ornithine
Proline (Hydroxyproline), Selenocysteine, Serine, Taurine, Tyrosine

WHY DO OUR BODIES NEED AMINO ACIDS?

Muscle Building & Weight Loss Repair of organs Hair, Skin & Nails
Regulate Hormones Immune System Memory & Learning
Testosterone, Estrogen and Progesterone Blood, Enzymes & Cholesterol Neurotransmitters

SYMPTOMS OF AMINO ACIDS DEFICIENCY

Mood Swings & Depression Anxiety & Nervousness Insomnia
Muscular Weakness Loss of Lean Body Tissue Inability to Lose Body Fat
Impaired Healing of Wounds Susceptibility to Infection Dry, Brittle Hair, Skin & Nails
Blood Sugar & Blood Pressure Digestive Disorders Chronic Pain
Chronic Fatigue    

A FEW FACTS ON AMINO ACIDS

When inadequate quantities are supplied, disease is the result.
Whichever amino acid we are lacking in will set the bar for how our bodies use the others
Our body requires the synergy of all amino acids working together.
Failure to obtain enough of even One of the essential amino acids results in degradation of the body's proteins.
The chain is only as strong as its weakest link. The body is only as strong as its weakest amino acid.

AMINO ACIDS & DEPRESSION

Amino Acids Affect Serotonin Levels.
When they are Low, We can get depressed
When they are High, We feel Happier & Content.
19.2% of US Population is depressed.
Depression is the Leading Cause of Disability Worldwide - Not only in Adults but the Number One Disability for Children as well.


Questions and Answers about Amino Acids

Amino acids are building blocks of protein. Why is protein so important to your body?
Protein makes up a huge proportion of your body weight. This proportion is only surpassed by water. Protein is prevalent in your hair, muscles, and all of your major organs. The protein that we eat each day is broken down into amino acids. The body then wll then take these amino acids and construct the specific proteins that it needs.
Amino acids are also instrumental in helping to regulate the way the body works.
This is because enzymes and hormones that regulate body functions, including brain functions, are made up of protein that is derived from amino acids. It is interesting to note that there are only 22 amino acids. However, long chains of these amino acids will combine to make up to 55,000 different proteins.
Proteins are then used to produce all of the enzymes, hormones and neurotransmitters that will allow for normal function and growth of all organs of the body. This includes the liver, brain, kidneys, sex organs and heart.
Keep in mind that there are only two types of amino acids. They are the essential amino acids and the non-essential amino acids.
So what is the difference between these two?
The essential amino acids are not manufactured by the body automatically. You will get these amino acids from the food that you eat or the dietary supplements that you take. The non-essential amino acids are manufactured by combining two or more of the essential amino acids. That is why it is very important that your body receives an adequate amount of dietary protein so that it can effectively form all 22 amino acids.
So what happens if you don't get enough protein to form all 22 amino acids?
This can affect almost all parts of your body. You could have emotional problems, developmental problems, weight problems, lingering infections, and the list goes on and on. In fact, without the presence of the 22 amino acids, you will have overall poor health.
But you may be thinking to yourself that it is not a problem because you eat three meals a day. But think again.
The processed food that we eat these days is sadly lacking in adequate amounts of protein.
So if you want to stay healthy, you need to make sure that you are getting adequate amounts of protein so that it can be transformed into amino acids. If you can't do this with diet alone, it is advisable that you get a good amino acid dietary supplement and take it every day.

The number of people being helped by taking Laminine® is staggering,
because by having the right building blocks of the body (which are Amino Acids)
on a daily basis, our bodies are able to thrive again, just like in the beginning of life.

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