Archive for December, 2009

Dec 28th, 2009

Does Total Amino Solution have any artificial ingredients or fillers?

Total Amino Solution™ is 100% free of artificial ingredients or fillers.  It is produced from vegetation, making it ideal for vegans and others with sensitivities to protein or specific allergies.

Dec 28th, 2009

Are amino acids important for women?

Amino acids play an important role in womens’ health issues. They are also being studied for their support of emotional health and the treatment of depression. Amino acids are one of the building blocks of life. They are involved in cellular energy production and they make up proteins in every tissue of the body. They help in the formation of antibodies, muscles, collagen, hormones, enzymes, immunoglobulins, hemoglobin, neurotransmitters, and receptors.

They are important to nearly every chemical process in the body that affects physical and mental function.

A deficiency in amino acids may affect athletic performance, fatigue, digestion, cardiovascular health, arthritis, allergies, neurologic balance and cognitive functions.

Yet these very important amino acids are seldom included in the daily multi-vitamin and mineral supplements you find at the supermarket. Believe it or not.

Check the labels. You will notice very few if any grocery store brands or common brands of vitamins have any amino acids included.

Many people who take vitamins and minerals and herbs forget about these important amino acid supplements. Are amino acids missing from your diet?

Dec 8th, 2009

Amino trivia.

Did you know that L-carnetine helps to stabilize blood sugar and eliminate cravings for carbohydrates?

Dec 7th, 2009

Amino trivia.

“Combined in different ways there are hundreds of amino acid intermediates performing tasks throughout your body which are commonly known as metabolic pathways.  These metabolic pathways are multiple and are essential for maintaining a healthy body.  Some other important roles of the amino acids beyond production of enzymes, metabolism, immune system responses, and synthesis of neurotransmitters in the brain (which stabilize your mood) are: muscle growth, tissue repair, and red blood cell production in the bone marrow”
Dr. Dan

Dec 7th, 2009

Amino trivia.

“Amino acids not only function on a linear basis in the body, but also function in a holographic system, offering unlimited possibilities for the body to secure ‘homeostasis’ and what I call ‘The Steady State.'”

Dr. Dan

Dec 7th, 2009

Amino trivia.

Amino acids are the molecular building blocks of all protein.