Alanine is a non-essential amino acid that the body utilizes to convert glucose into energy and eliminate toxins from the liver. It also assists in the transport of energy to the brain, to muscle tissues and to the central nervous system.
Arginine is important for body processes like wound healing, assisting the kidneys in removing waste products, maintaining immune system and hormone function, and assisting in the dilation and relaxation of arteries.
Aspartic acid is a non-essential amino acid that assists in the production and release of hormones and helps to maintain a healthy nervous system.
Betaine is an amino-acid that contributes to protein synthesis and contributes to the proper functioning of the liver.
Cystine is a non-essential amino acid that helps proteins in maintaining their structure. It also supports tissue formation and is necessary for the body to produce glutathione to remove toxins from the liver.
Glutamic acid or glutamate is primarily used by the brain as it is a neurotransmitter. It helps to excite the brain and to maintain normal brain function by removing excess ammonia, inhibiting proper brain functioning, and then convert it to glutamine.
Glycine, a non-essential amino acid, is needed to build proteins, RNA, DNA and to produce hormones nucleic acids and bile acids. It helps absorbing calcium, retarding degeneration of muscles, promoting a strong immune system.
Histidine, an essential amino acid, helps to maintain myelin sheaths, which is mainly needed to protect nerve cells, helps to remove heavy metals from the system, to promote lung health, lower blood pressure and protect the body from radiation damage.
Isoleucine is an essential amino acid, important for the the synthesis of hemoglobin, the regulation and stabilization of blood sugars and energy levels, and tissue repair.