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Amino Balance for Longevity and Healthy Aging

  Optimal health, energy, strength, recovery, fat loss, beautiful skin, mood and brain function, muscle growth -- these are but a few of the benefits of the free form amino acids in Anabol Naturals’ Amino Balance. But why are so many people and athletes not aware of the differences in amino acids and proteins, the differences in their form and the best way to take them?

What are Amino Acids?
  Amino acids are the smallest molecules that comprise protein, commonly referred to as the “building blocks of life” -- they build all body and tissue protein. Seventy-five percent of the body’s solid weight is made up of proteins and their constituent amino acids. Unable to be efficiently stored in the body, amino acid reserves must be resupplied continuously.
   Twenty three amino acids support the growth, repair and maintenance of about 1600 different types of proteins in the human body, including muscles, connective tissues, hormones, enzymes, antibodies, hair, skin, nails and blood. 

What are Free Form Amino Acids?
  Free form amino acids are singular molecules, not attached by peptide bonds to other amino acids.
   Crystalline free form amino acids do not need to be digested. They are assimilated directly into the body and ready to be utilized. Food proteins, so called “pre-digested” protein hydrolysates and peptide bond amino acids require from four to six hours to digest, in an energy depleting process. Food proteins and hydrolysates are often incomplete and malabsorbed, even resulting in extreme intestinal discomfort and flatulence.

What are the benefits of Free Form Amino Acids (FFAAs)?

Bioavailability.
  Crystalline FFAAs are absorbed into the bloodstream and are available to the tissues within 20 minutes, requiring no digestion to be utilized. This ensures that the appropriate amino acids can be available immediately after exercise when the muscle is especially receptive to nutrients and blood flow remains high. FFAAs are not affected by other important factors that limit protein amino acid bioavailability: (1) the structural nature of the food -- as well as fat and calorie content (2) the cooking of the protein (3) the metabolic efficiency of the digestive system as influenced by genetics, age, overall health, specific diseases and illnesses.

Hypoallergenic.
  FFAAs are hypoallergenic (extremely non-allergic). Many sources of animal and plant proteins cause allergic reaction. Amino Balance is molecularly pure and appropriate for the lactose intolerant and those who suffer a variety of food allergies. Protein toxicity is a common problem for athletes, especially bodybuilders who create serious liver and kidney conditions due to overconsumption and malabsorption of protein. To protect against protein toxicity, Amino Balance is used instead of protein, or as a digestive aid to improve assimilation of food protein.

Fat Loss.
  To promote fat loss several FFAAs in Amino Balance increase the mobilization and circulation of stored fats in the body. Amino acids also convert fat to energy at the cell’s energy source, the cell mitochondria. With many caloric reduction diets, Amino Balance provides not only fat burning benefits, but also a low calorie, low food volume source of protein with specific benefits to the muscles, liver and immune system critical to optimal health.

Enhanced Muscle Growth.
Specific amino acids, notably L-Leucine, L-Valine, and L-Isoleucine prevent muscle tissue breakdown during exercise. Amino Balance’s free form amino acids accelerate muscle tissue healing and growth by providing a specific amino acid profile where they are needed, directly in muscle tissue. The result is faster muscle and strength gains, as well as enhanced recovery.

Energy.
FFAAs provide two of the bodies important energy fuels: creatine phosphate and adenosine triphosphate (ATP). These are non-carbohydrate compounds that provide a direct source of energy for power, growth and vitality.

Therapeutic.
Prescription for Nutritional Healing
In the bestseller, Prescription for Nutritional Healing, James F. Balch M.D. and Phyllis A. Balch, C.N.C. indicated the free form amino acid complex (Amino Balance) for a variety of health issues:
Acne
Age Spots
Aging
AIDS
Alcoholism
Allergies
Alzheimer’s Disease
Anorexia Nervosa
Anxiety Disorder
Arteriorsclerosis
Artherosclerosis
Arthritis
Asthma
Backache
Breast Cancer
Bronchitis
Bulimia
Burns
Bursitis
Cancer
Cardiovascular Disease
Carpel Tunnel Syndrome
Chemical Poisoning
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Circulatory Problems
Cirrosis of the Liver
Cold Sores
Common Cold
Constipation
Cystic Fibrosis
Dandruff
Depression
Dermatitis
Diabetes
Diarrhea
Diverticulitis
Drug and Substance Addiction
Dry Skin
Emphysema
Endiometriosis
Epilepsy
Eye Problems
Fatigue
Fibrocystic Breast Disease
Fibroids, Breast
Fibroids, Uterine
Fibromyalgia Syndrome
Fracture
Fridigity
Gallbladder Disorders
Gangrene
Hair Loss
Headache
Heart Attack
Heartburn
Hemorrhoids
Hepatitis
Hernia
High Cholesterol
Hyperactivity
Hypertension
Hypoglycemia
Impotence
Indigestion
Infertility
Inflammation
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Kidney Disease
Kidney Stones
Lactose Intolerance
Leg Ulcers
Lupus
Malabsorption Syndrome
Manic-Depressive Disorder
Memory problems
Miningitis
Menopause
Migraine
Mononucleosis
Multiple Sclerosis
Mumps
Muscle Cramps
Nail Porblems
Oily Skin
Osteoporosis
Pancreatitis
Parkinson’s Disease
Peptic Ulcer
Periodontal Disease
Pneumonia
Pregnancy - Related Problems
Premenstrual Syndrome
Proplapse of the Uterus
Prostate Cancer
Prostatitis / Enlarged  Prostate
Psoriasis
Radiation Sickness
Schizophrenia
Seborrhea
Senility
Sexually Transmitted  Diseases
Shingles
Sinusitis
Skin Cancer
Smoking Dependency
Sprains, Strains & Muscle Injuries
Stress
Sunburn
Tonsilitis
Tuberculosis
Tumor
Ulcerative
Colitis
Underweight
Vaginitis
Weakened Immune System
Wrinkling of  Skin

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

Why you need a Multinutrient Vitamin-Mineral Supplement
           
ACCIDENTS, ILLNESS & CHRONIC DISEASE.
Burns, surgery, wounds, infection and broken bones increase the need for amino acids. Vitamins E, B6, and C, as well as minerals zinc, calcium and magnesium are all essential for cellular repair.

ALCOHOL.
Alcohol damages the lining of the intestinal tract, liver and pancreas, all vital to digestion, absorption and metabolism of nutrients. Regular use of alcohol increases the body’s need for vitamins A, B complex and C as well as minerals zinc, calcium and magnesium.

ANTIBIOTICS.
Some antibiotics kill healthy bacteria and create deficiencies in B complex vitamins which can result in nervous disorders.

ATHLETES.
Athletes consume large amounts of foods and undergo extreme physical stress which creates a wide range of needs for amino acids, B complex, vitamin C, iron and potassium.

BIO-INDIVIDUALITY.
Individuals, especially those with high physical demands such as athletes and laborers, may have nutritional requirements that exceed official amino acid, vitamin, and mineral recommendations.

BODY RESERVES.
While the body is able to store vitamins such as A and E, autopsy data has shown that up to 30% of the population have “at risk” deficiences of vitamin A.

COFFEE, TEA & SPICES.
may irritate and inflame digestive linings, reducing digestive fluids and the absorption of vitamins and minerals from food.

CONVENIENCE FOODS.
Diets with a high percentage of highly refined carbohydrates such as sugar, white flour and white rice require greater demand for additional sources of B complex vitamins to process these carbohydrates.

CROP NUTRIENT LOSSES.
Research has shown that intensive agriculture has overworked and depleted our soil of trace elements resulting in decreased vitamins and minerals available in food crops.

DIETS.
Unsupervised, abnormal diets which exclude entire food groups or even low fat diets can be deficient in vitamins and minerals. Vegetarian diets, which exclude meats and animal sources, must be careful to balance amino acids and include vitamin B12.

FOOD PROCESSING.
Highly processed breads and oils, as well as frozen foods, may increase shelf life of products but can lower nutrient levels, especially the important anti-oxidant vitamins A and E which defend against oxidation damage to all tissues.

LIGHT EATERS.
Individuals who eat sparingly, including the average woman who maintains her weight at 1800 calories per day, have been shown to be low in thiamine, calcium and iron.

ORAL CONTRACEPTIVES.
Oral contraceptives, taken by a significant percentage of women, increase the need for folic acid, B6, C, riboflavin and zinc.

P.M.S.
Up to 60% of women may suffer from premenstrual tension such as headaches, irritability, bloatedness, breast tenderness, lethargy and depression, and have an increased need for amino acids and B complex vitamins.

SMOKING.
A smoker has greatly increased metabolic requirements for the important anti-oxidant and immune function provided by vitamin C.

STRESS.
Chemical, physical and emotional stress increase the need for amino acids, the B complex vitamins, and vitamins C and E.

 

Biobolic is a pure crystalline nutrient mix containing: Energy/Methyl Donor Nutrients, Lipotropic Fat Burning nutrients, Anti-Stress Nutrients, Brain Nutrients, Bio-Catalytic Enzyme Nutrients, Protector/Anti-Oxidant Nutrients, Trace Elements and Minerals.

Four Capsules Supply %USRDA*
Vitamin A (Beta Carotene, Palmitate) 10000 I.U. 200
Vitamin D (Ergocalciferol) 400 I.U. 100
Vitamin B-1 (Thiamine Hydrochloride) 50 MG. 3333
Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin) 50 MG 2940
Vitamin B-3 (Niacinamide Ascorbate) 50 MG. 250
Pantothenic Acid (D-Calcium Pantothenate) 50 MG. 500
Vitamin B-6 (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride) 50 MG. 2500
Vitamin B-12 (Cyanocobalamin) 50 MCG. 830
Biotin (Biotin) 100 MCG. 30
Folic Acid (Folacin) 300 MCG. 75
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid, Niacinamide Ascorbate) 1000 MG. 1670
Vitamin E (D-Alpha Tocopheryl Succinate) 200 I.U. 670
Calcium (Oyser Shell) 500 MG. 50
Magnesium (Magnesium Oxide) 250 MG. 60
Iron (Ferrous Gluconate) 5 MG. 25
Zinc (Zinc Gluconate) 15 MG. 100
Iodine (Norwegian Kelp) 50 MCG. 35

 

Blended together in a base of the following ingredients**
Choline (Choline Bitartrate) 100 MG.
Inositol (Inositol) 100 MG.
DMAE (DMAE Bitartrate) 10 MG.
PABA (Para Aminobenzoic Acid) 50 MG.
Citrus Bioflavonoids   25 MG.
Rutin   25 MG.
Hesperidin   25 MG.
Manganese (Manganese Gluconate) 4 MG.
Chromium (Chromium Aspartate) 10 MCG.
Potassium (Potassium Chloride) 49 MG.
Selenium (Sodium Selenate) 25 MCG.
Molybdenum (Sodium Molybdate) 8 MCG.
Glutamic Acid HCL   15 MG.
Betaine HCL   15 MG.
Bromelain   15 MG.
Papain   15 MG.
Pepsin   15 MG.
L-Arginine   50 MG.
L-Methionine   50 MG.
L-Glutamine   50 MG.
L-Tyrosine   50 MG.
L-Cysteine HCL (Anhydrous) 50 MG.
Co-Enzyme Q-10 (Ubiquinone) 5 MG.
Octacosanol   1000 MCG.

         

** Including 50 Trace Elements and Minerals.

*USRDA = United States Recommended Daily Allowance for these nutrients
Guaranteed free of common allergens such as corn, yeast, wheat, milk, soy, sugar,
flavors or preservatives

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Creatine Monohydrate is a product that has recently generated astounding results and excitement among athletes around the world.

Offset Fatigue for Awesome Workouts
            Creatine supplementation has been shown in several research journals including Clinical Science and Annual Review of Biochemistry, to increase muscle stores of Creatine by as much as 50%.  Increases in Creatine content in muscle has delayed the onset of muscular fatigue, enabling powerful workouts without the perceived fatigue usually associated with an intense training.

Muscle Energy
            Most athletes have heard of ATP -- Adenonsine Triphospate -- from which energy is derived during daily activity and exercise. In the body,  Creatine is a part of what is known as the Creatine Phosphogen system, which helps to maintain high intracellular ATP/ADP.  As your body consumes ATP, the energy is created when the molecule gives up its phosphate component.  When this occurs the power needed to generate an intense muscle contraction is created.  The resultant power enables the capacity to train harder and longer, including heavier lifts.  Lack of Creatine in the body has been shown to be the major limiting factor for the continuation of physical effort.

Buffer Lactic Acid Buildup
            The studies performed by the scientific community have shown the Creatine Monohydrate taken several times a day can increase total Creatine content in the muscle.  Another benefit of Creatine Monohydrate is that it can help buffer lactic acid buildup; lactic acid buildup can limit the duration of any training session.
            Research has also indicated that vegetarians and athletes who eat small quantities of meat may take in little or no dietary Creatine.  These athletes tend to have lower plasma and urinary levels of Creatine and may have dramatic results with Creatine supplementation.

Two Phases:  Loading and Maintaining
            Further research has supported a rationale for a two phase Creatine supplementation program.   Phase One is a muscle loading program in which muscle tissue is saturated with 20-30 grams of Creatine per day for three days.
Phase 2 is a muscle creatine maintenance program of 1-3 grams per day.
            In summary, Creatine increases the body's regenerative production of ATP--the body's ultimate fuel source of muscle contraction, elevated energy and strength, as well as improved recovery.  ATP also prevents muscle fatigue and enables prolonged intensity, greater strength and may significantly increase muscle size.

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DHEA – Rejuvaplex

A potent new formula with 50 mg dehydroepiandrosterone, 350 mg of pure L-Glutamine and 50 mcg of sublingual crystalline Vitamin B12 – each pharmaceutical grade, free molecule.

DHEA – Dehydroepiandrosterone

DHEA is the body’s most abundant naturally occurring hormone, converting to or stimulating the production of estrogens, testosterone, progesterone and many other hormones as the body needs them. The body’s production of DHEA decreases with age after 25. Called the “Fountain of Youth” hormone by many experts, DHEA has been the subject of over 2000 studies and may have numerous positive effects on the body:

  • Reduce body fat
  • Increase muscle mass
  • Regulate hormones, maintaining optimum levels and balance of hormones
  • Increase IGF-1, a growth hormone
  • Increase vitality
  • Balance insulin
  • Curb appetite
  • Relieve stress
  • Strengthen bones
  • Improve and maintain brain function

Over the last decade, studies have demonstrated that declining levels of DHEA are linked to such conditions as diabetes, obesity, elevated cholesterol levels, heart disease, arthritis, and other age-related health conditions.

Vitamin B-12 Synergist: Enhance Muscle Synthesis, Offset Fatigue and Energize

Vitamin B-12 promotes muscle tissue protein synthesis and is critical in the formation of red blood cells. It also increases and improves learning rate and ability by increasing RNA synthesis in brain neurons. Vitamin B-12 is very poorly absorbed through the stomach. The sublingual form of Vitamin B-12, crystalline cyanocobalamin, bypasses the gastrointestinal tract and is absorbed directly into the bloodstream via the oral mucosa, providing superior utilization. This sublingual form is similar to receiving a Vitamin B-12 injection, which has long been used to rejuvenate, to offset fatigue and increase energy.

L-Glutamine Synergist: Critical to Muscle Growth

L-Glutamine promotes muscle tissue protein synthesis, increasing lean muscle tissue and muscle mass, while reducing the catabolic effect of stress hormones related to rigorous exercise and mental stress.  L-Glutamine is normally depleted by physical and mental stress. Research indicates strenuous exercise consistently decreases intramuscular L-Glutamine concentrations. Because the stress of rigorous training exerts a catabolic effect, the decrease in intramuscular
L-Glutamine appears to be the biochemical mechanism by which stress decreases lean muscle mass.

Four Times the Fat Loss – Eight Times the Mass

A six week double blind study conducted on over 140 weight training subjects indicated those subjects supplementing with L-Glutamine averaged a two per cent reduction in body fat in six weeks versus an average of one-half per cent reduction in body fat by the group taking the placebo. Four times as effective for reducing body fat! Furthermore, those using L-Glutamine averaged an increase in lean muscle mass of four to eight pounds in six weeks versus an average increase of one-half to one pound by those in the control group. Eight times as effective for increasing lean muscle mass.

Brain Fuel

L-Glutamine is also known for its positive effects:

  • As a brain fuel improving memory and clarity
  • Reducing craving for alcohol and sweets

Anti-Oxidant

L-Glutamine raises blood level of glutathione, a powerful antioxidant, and appears to do so much more efficiently than taking glutathione. This strong anti-oxidant free radical scavenger helps minimize free radical release that accompanies rigorous exercise.

Direct Absorption: Sublingual for Efficacy and Safety

As a 100% Pharmaceutical Grade nutrient formula, Rejuvaplex is best taken sublingually, under the tongue. The sublingual delivery ensures the maximum absorption, utilization and safety. Sublingual DHEA is absorbed directly into the bloodstream via the blood vessels under the tongue and in the cheeks, bypassing digestion and liver processing.

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High intensity training is the fast track to strength gains and muscle mass -- to a point.   Overtraining and exhaustive workouts can lead to muscle tissue breakdown: inhibiting  muscle protein synthesis and activating protein catabolism, actually impeding growth.  Amino Nitro Max's advanced high nitrogen formula contains crucial crystalline free from amino acids to prevent tissue catabolism, to enhance tissue repair, recovery, endurance and growth.
L-Glutamine
            L-Glutamine is highest free form amino acid found in muscle.  Research is replete with studies conveying  the importance of muscle glutamine levels in regulating muscle protein synthesis and catabolism.  Numerous studies have unequivocaly  documented L-Glutamine's ability to increase nitrogen and preserve skeletal muscle mass in patients suffering from burns, trauma, sepsis, cancer and other catabolic conditions.  L-Glutamine is anti-catabolic and is considered a powerful anabolic amino acid.

BCAA's:  L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine
            L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine (BCAA's) are metabolized directly  inside muscle tissue and  are a source of metabolic energy, in the form of Adenosine Triphophate (ATP).  BCAA's are critical for two of the most desired results in sports performance:  energy production for muscular work and anabolic processes within muscle cells.  L-Leucine stimulates the release and activation of growth hormone and insulin, and thus exerts direct anabolic effects.  BCAA's dramatically increase protein synthesis and decrease protein breakdown in muscles.

Tuarine and L-Alanine
            Taurine is the second highest concentration free amino acid found in muscle tissue.  Taurine is an important  constituent of muscle tissue fiber and is powerful in offseting muscle tissue turnover and breakdown.  L-Alanine is crucial for maintaining blood glucose levels.

OKG -  L-Ornithine Alpha Ketoglutarate
             Numerous clinical and laboratory trials of supplementary OKG have demonstrated  anabolic effects:  increased nitrogen retention and increased lean body mass in patients recovering from burns, trauma, or other conditions associated with abnormal muscle catabolism.  OKG accomplishes nitrogen retention in three ways:  (1) enhances insulin with glucogon production within 60 minutes (2) enhances GH release and (3) reduces catabolism of amino acids, stabilizing pools of branched chain amino acids.  OKG has also been observed to dramatically increase the blood levels of insulin-like growth factor 1 -- one of the most important anabolic hormones.

Chromium Picolinate 
            Chromium Picolinate enhances  muscle building and fat loss by improving the efficiency of the important anti-catabolic hormone insulin.  It stimulates amino acid uptake, accelerates muscle tissue protein synthesis and prevents muscle protein breakdown.

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Creatine Stacked With Amino Nitro Max

Creatine for Athletic Performance, Energy and Endurance

Creatine Monohydrate is a product that has recently generated astounding results and excitement among athletes around the world.

Offset Fatigue for Awesome Workouts
Creatine supplementation has been shown in several research journals including Clinical Science and Annual Review of Biochemistry, to increase muscle stores of Creatine by as much as 50%.  Increases in Creatine content in muscle has delayed the onset of muscular fatigue, enabling powerful workouts without the perceived fatigue usually associated with an intense training.

Muscle Energy
Most athletes have heard of ATP -- Adenonsine Triphospate -- from which energy is derived during daily activity and exercise. In the body,  Creatine is a part of what is known as the Creatine Phosphogen system, which helps to maintain high intracellular ATP/ADP.  As your body consumes ATP, the energy is created when the molecule gives up its phosphate component.  When this occurs the power needed to generate an intense muscle contraction is created.  The resultant power enables the capacity to train harder and longer, including heavier lifts.  Lack of Creatine in the body has been shown to be the major limiting factor for the continuation of physical effort.

Buffer Lactic Acid Buildup
The studies performed by the scientific community have shown the Creatine Monohydrate taken several times a day can increase total Creatine content in the muscle.  Another benefit of Creatine Monohydrate is that it can help buffer lactic acid buildup; lactic acid buildup can limit the duration of any training session.

Research has also indicated that vegetarians and athletes who eat small quantities of meat may take in little or no dietary Creatine.  These athletes tend to have lower plasma and urinary levels of Creatine and may have dramatic results with Creatine supplementation.

Two Phases:  Loading and Maintaining
Further research has supported a rationale for a two phase Creatine supplementation program.   Phase One is a muscle loading program in which muscle tissue is saturated with 20-30 grams of Creatine per day for three days.

Phase 2 is a muscle creatine maintenance program of 1-3 grams per day.

In summary, Creatine increases the body's regenerative production of ATP--the body's ultimate fuel source of muscle contraction, elevated energy and strength, as well as improved recovery.  ATP also prevents muscle fatigue and enables prolonged intensity, greater strength and may significantly increase muscle size.

           

Amino Nitro Max for Athletic Performance and Body Building

High intensity training is the fast track to strength gains and muscle mass -- to a point.   Overtraining and exhaustive workouts can lead to muscle tissue breakdown: inhibiting  muscle protein synthesis and activating protein catabolism, actually impeding growth.  Amino Nitro Max's advanced high nitrogen formula contains crucial crystalline free from amino acids to prevent tissue catabolism, to enhance tissue repair, recovery, endurance and growth.

L-Glutamine
L-Glutamine is highest free form amino acid found in muscle.  Research is replete with studies conveying  the importance of muscle glutamine levels in regulating muscle protein synthesis and catabolism.  Numerous studies have unequivocaly  documented L-Glutamine's ability to increase nitrogen and preserve skeletal muscle mass in patients suffering from burns, trauma, sepsis, cancer and other catabolic conditions.  L-Glutamine is anti-catabolic and is considered a powerful anabolic amino acid.

BCAA's:  L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine
L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine and L-Valine (BCAA's) are metabolized directly  inside muscle tissue and  are a source of metabolic energy, in the form of Adenosine Triphophate (ATP).  BCAA's are critical for two of the most desired results in sports performance:  energy production for muscular work and anabolic processes within muscle cells.  L-Leucine stimulates the release and activation of growth hormone and insulin, and thus exerts direct anabolic effects.  BCAA's dramatically increase protein synthesis and decrease protein breakdown in muscles.

Tuarine and L-Alanine
Taurine is the second highest concentration free amino acid found in muscle tissue.  Taurine is an important  constituent of muscle tissue fiber and is powerful in offseting muscle tissue turnover and breakdown.  L-Alanine is crucial for maintaining blood glucose levels.

OKG -  L-Ornithine Alpha Ketoglutarate
Numerous clinical and laboratory trials of supplementary OKG have demonstrated  anabolic effects:  increased nitrogen retention and increased lean body mass in patients recovering from burns, trauma, or other conditions associated with abnormal muscle catabolism.  OKG accomplishes nitrogen retention in three ways:  (1) enhances insulin with glucogon production within 60 minutes (2) enhances GH release and (3) reduces catabolism of amino acids, stabilizing pools of branched chain amino acids.  OKG has also been observed to dramatically increase the blood levels of insulin-like growth factor 1 -- one of the most important anabolic hormones.

Chromium Picolinate 
Chromium Picolinate enhances  muscle building and fat loss by improving the efficiency of the important anti-catabolic hormone insulin.  It stimulates amino acid uptake, accelerates muscle tissue protein synthesis and prevents muscle protein breakdown.

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L-Alanine

Used as body fuel by tissues of the brain, nervous system and muscle
Important in converting energy to stored energy in the body's Kreb's energy cycle
Glycogenic (energy storage source of glucose by the liver and muscles)
Important nitrogen quality for post-injury states
Builds up the immune system, producing immunoglobulins and antibodies
Metabolizes sugars and organic acids

L-Arginine

Indispensable for optimum growth
Stimulates the release of growth hormone
Important to muscle metabolism; acts as a vehicle for transport, storage and excretion of nitrogen
Increases muscle mass while decreasing the amount of body fat
Plays an important role in post-injury problems such as weight changes, nitrogen balance and tissue healing
Increases collagen, the main supportive fibrous protein found in bone, cartilage and other connective tissue
Stimulates the immune system
Combats physical and mental fatigue
Increases spermatogenesis
Used in the treatment of hepatic (liver) disorders
Transforms to L-Ornithine and urea
Promotes the detoxification of ammonia which is poisonous to living cells

L-Aspartic Acid

Increases resistance to fatigue
Involved in the formation of RNA and DNA, the chemical bases of heredity and carriers of genetic information
Salts of aspartic acid increase stamina and endurance
Protects the liver and promotes normal cell function
Builds up the immune system, producing immunoglobulins and antibodies

L-Citrulline

Helps recovery from fatigue
Stimulates the immune system; therefore, beneficial in the presence of any illness, disease, traumatic injury or wound
Metabolizes to L-Arginine
Detoxifies ammonia which is poisonous to living cells

L-Cysteine

Found to increase hair growth by as much as 100%
Effective in preventing not only hangovers but brain and liver damage from alcohol
Helps prevent damages from the ill effects of cigarette smoke
Detoxifies many harmful chemicals
Helpful in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis
Promotes healing and the immune system

L-Cystine

Essential for the formation of skin and hair
Promotes recovery from surgical operations and burns
Used in the treatment of respiratory disorders such as chronic bronchitis
Stimulates white blood cell activity in the immune system necessary for the resistance to disease

L-Glutamic Acid

Especially important in brain metabolism
Functions as a brain fuel serving as an excitatory neurotransmitter
Transports potassium across the blood brain barrier
Combines to form L-Glutamine and in the process picks up ammonia radicals. This is the only method the brain has of detoxifying ammonia
Instrumental in the metabolism of other amino acids
Metabolizes sugars and fats
Increases the blood sugar level; used in the treatment of hypoglycemia

L-Glutamine

Especially important in brain metabolism
Functions as a brain fuel serving as an excitatory neurotransmitter
Combines to form L-Glutamic Acid and in the process picks up ammonia radicals. This is the only method the brain has of detoxifying ammonia
Sustains mental ability
Involved with brain metabolism
Involved with muscle metabolism
Used in the treatment of alcoholism; can protect against alcohol poisoning
Has been used in the treatment of schizophrenia and senility

Glycine

Of special value as a source of creatine which is essential for muscle function, breaking down glycogen and freeing energy
Produces glucogen which mobilizes glycogen (a stored energy source of glucose) from the liver
Builds up the immune system, producing immunoglobulins and antibodies
Acts as a nitrogen pool for the synthesis of non-essential amino acids
Effective for hyperacidity (used in many gastric antacid agents)

L-Histidine

Used in the treatment of allergic diseases
Used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis
Effective in the treatment of ulcers of the digestive organs
Important in the production of red and white blood cells; used in the treatment of anemia

L-Isoleucine

Primarily metabolized in muscle tissue
Essential to the formation of hemoglobin
Should always be in well balanced proportion with L-Leucine and L-Valine
Used in combination with L-Leucine and L-Valine for muscle and liver disorders

L-Leucine

Metabolized in muscle tissue
Promotes healing of skin and broken bones
Lowers elevated blood sugar levels
Should always be in well balanced proportion with L-Valine and L-Isoleucine
Used in combination with L-isoleucine and L-Valine for muscle and liver disorders

L-Lysine

Inhibits the growth of viruses
Used in the treatment of herpes simplex virus
Produces L-Carnitine which improves stress tolerance and fat metabolism and has an anti-fatigue effect
Promotes bone growth by helping to form collagen, the fibrous protein which makes up bone, cartilage and other connective tissue
Aids in the absorption of calcium

L-Methionine

Is lipotropic, preventing excessive fat buildup in the liver
Helps prevent premature hair loss
Interacts with other body substances to detoxify harmful compounds
Is included in nutritional supplementation as an anti-fatigue agent

L-Ornithine

Stimulates the release of growth hormone which increase muscle mass while decreasing the amount of body fat
Helps build up the immune system
Promotes liver function and regeneration
Important in the formation of urea, detoxifying ammonia, which is poisonous to living cells
Promotes healing

L-Proline

Promotes healing
Glycogenic (energy storage source of glucose by the liver and muscles)
A major constituent of collagen, the main fibrous protein found in bone, cartilage and other connective tissue

L-Phenylalanine

Produces and maintains an elevated and positive mood, alertness and ambition
Enhances learning and memory
Produces neurotransmitters which control impulse transmission between nerve cells
Is involved in dopamine transmission
Used in the treatment of certain types of depression
Suppresses appetite

L-Serine

Glycogenic (energy storage source of glucose by the liver and muscles)
Builds up the immune system, producing immunoglobulins and antibodies

Taurine

Found in high concentrations in the tissues of the heart, skeletal muscle and central nervous system
Used to treat some forms of epilepsy by controlling seizures

L-Threonine

Is lipotropic, preventing fatty buildup in the liver
Glycogenic (energy storage source of glucose by the liver and muscles)
Essential to normal growth
Generally low in vegetarian diets
Builds up the immune system, producing immunoglobulins and antibodies
Is an important constituent of collagen and elastin proteins

L-Tryptophan

Used by the brain to produce the neurotransmitter serotonin, which results in a calming effect
Used in the treatment of insomnia, stress, anxiety and depression
Stimulates the release of growth hormone which burns body fat and acts as an aid in weight control
Used in the treatment of migraines

L-Tyrosine

Plays an important role in the function of the adrenal, pituitary and thyroid glands
Generates red and white blood cells
Elevates mood
Is used in the treatment of anxiety, depression and insomnia
Produces Melanin, the skin and hair pigment
Produces norepinephrine, an appetite inhibitory neurotransmitter that suppresses appetite
Stimulates the release of growth hormone which causes muscle growth and reduces body fat

L-Valine

Glycogenic (energy storage source of glucose by the liver and the muscles)
Metabolized in muscle
Should always be in well balanced proportion with L-Leucine and L-Isoleucine
Used in the treatment of severe amino acid deficiencies caused by addictions
Used in the treatment of severe amino acid deficiencies caused by addictions

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Muscle Mass and Size Cut and Fat Reduction Strength and Endurance Bulk Weight Gain
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Prescription For Nutritional Healing

A Practical A-to-Z Reference to Drug-Free Remedies Using Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs, & Food Supplements
By Phyllis A. Balch

The Amino Revolution

The Breakthrough Program That Will Change The Way You Feel
By Dr. Robert Erdman, Ph.D.

The Healing Nutrients Within

Facts, Findings and New Research on Amino Acids
By Dr. Eric Braverman, M.D.

Amino Acids in Therapy

A Guide to the Therapeutic Application of Protein Constituents
By Leon Chaitow

The Ultimate Nutrient, Glutamine

How to use Glutamine to Strengthen the Immune System, Improve Muscle Mass, Heal the Digestive Tract
By Judy Shabert

Breaking Your Prescribed Addiction

A Guide to Coming Off Tranquilizers, Antidepressants, Pain Pills and Other Pharmaceuticals, Using Amino Acids and Nutrients
By Billie Jay Sahley, Ph.D. and Katherine M. Birkner, Ph.D.

Anti-Fat Nutrients: 

Safe and Effective Strategies for Increasing Metabolism, Controlling And Losing Fat in 15 Days
By Dallas Clouatre, Ph.D. and William Karneges, M.Sc.

The Carnitine Miracle

The Supernutrient Program That Promotes High Energy, Fat Burning, Heart Health, Brain Wellness and Longevity
Robert Crayhon, M.S.

The Super Hormone Promise, Nature’s Antidote to Aging (DHEA)
The Definitive Book with the Latest on DHEA:
Grow Younger at Any Age
Add Decades to Your Life
Invigorate Your Sex Life
Maintain Vigor, Health and Energy into Your 80’s, 90’s, even 100’s
By William Regelson, M.D.

Healthy Healing

A Guide to Self-Healing for Everyone
Linda Rector Page, N.D., Ph.D.

Chromium

A Remarkable Micro-Nutrient Which May Protect Against Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes and Obesity
Provides Valuable Information on Breakthrough Research, Safety and Therapeutic Uses of Chromium
By Rita Elkins

Lifting Depression:  The Chromium Connection

A Psychiatrist’s Unrelenting Search to Help His Patients Overcome Depression and the Medical Discovery That Changed Their Lives
By Malcolm Noell, M.D.

Weight Solutions:  The New Body-Mind-Spirit Approach

A Workbook that Works
By Janet Cunningham and Judith Valentine

The Stress Cure

A Simple, 7 Step Plan to Help Women Balance Mood, Improve Memory and Restore Energy
By Dr. Vern S. Cherewatenko

Stop Aging Now!

The Ultimate Plan for Staying Young and Reversing the Aging Process
Base on Cutting-Edge Research, Revealing the Amazing Antiaging Powers of Supplements, Herbs and Food
By Jean Carper

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