The natural power of amino acids
Amino acids are completely natural micronutrients, which have very significant benefits such as

Amino acids are the basic building blocks of the body. They are also sources of energy, like fats and carbohydrates. However, amino acids are structurally characterised by the fact that they contain nitrogen (N), whereas fats and carbohydrates do not. Therefore, only amino acids are capable of forming tissues, organs, muscles, skin and hair.

The importance of amino acids as the precursors of enzymes and neurotransmitters is often underestimated. As such, amino acids regulate almost all of the metabolic processes in the human body, and they are essential for a healthy body.

Amino acids are extremely versatile: most hormones consist of amino acids, and they transport nutrients and oxygen through the body. Antibodies also consist mostly of amino acids, therefore a lack of amino acids can quickly reveal itself in a poorly functioning immune system.

Although more than 200 different amino acids exist, the most well known are the so-called 22 proteinogenic amino acids. They are the building blocks of complex proteins and therefore crucial for the growth and maintenance of key tissue such as muscle, skin and hair. It is these 22 amino acids  that are most important in the fields of medicine and sports to balance your general health and well-being.

Amino Acid profiling involves kinesiology and or the use of an RBTI analysis unit, iridology, nail analysis, tongue analysis, and a questionnaire to find what it really is that your body requires..    Why guess when you can be sure ...