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  • Muscle growth and enduranceold_man
    Protein is  needed for the growth and repair of every cell in the body. Muscles, not surprisingly, are primarily made up of protein. Many hormones, and enzymes are also mostly comprised of, you guessed it, protein.
     
    No protein means No                   Muscle growth
                                                              Recovery
                                                              Lactic acid buildof
                                                              Muscle maintenance
                                                              Endurance
     Older people might consider that we need more than 240 muscles to walk. But not only your mobility relies on muscles. The heart, digestive tract and lungs are muscles too. Studies show that we lose between 0.5 to 2% of our muscle mass from the age of 45.  The main reason for the loss of muscle mass is found in a lack of digested protein.
    Recov Bipeptides is a 100% predigested protein peptide supplement. Ultimate absorbtion and fast resorbtion is guaranteed. For amino acids to work they have to be digested fully. Digestion means that the protein in food have to me broken down into smal amino acids chains called peptides. Healthy people can only transfer mono peptides, bipeptides and tripeptides into the blood. These amino acids which take too long or are mutated by heat, sun, chemicals and or fluids can not be absorbed into the blood.
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 Here you find which amino acid does what for your muscle mass and endurance.

HISTIDINE   (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)      

  • is essential for the growth and repair of tissues;

ISOLEUCINE (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • Is needed for hemoglobin formation;
  • is valuable to athletes because it aids in the healing and repair of muscle tissue, skin and bones;

LEUCINE   (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • Works with Isoleucine and Valine to promote the healing of muscle tissue, skin, and bones;your-heart
  • aids in increasing growth hormone production. 

LYSINE   (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • works with other essential amino acids to maintain growth, lean body mass, and the body’s store of nitrogen 
  • A deficiency could result in fatigue, lack of concentration, irritability, bloodshot eyes, retarded growth, hair loss, anemia, and reproductive problems.

METHIONINE (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • helps diminish muscle weakness;

THREONINE (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • helps maintain proper protein balance in the body;lungs

TRYPTOPHAN (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • enhances the release of growth hormones

VALINE (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • Is needed for muscle metabolism, coordination and tissue repair
  • used as an energy source by muscle tissue;

ALANINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • guards against the buildup of toxic substances that are released into muscle cells when muscle protein is broken down quickly to meet energy needs, such as what happens with aerobic exercise;

ARGININE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • assists the release of growth hormones, which is crucial for "optimal" muscle growth and  tissue repair;
  • appears to increase HGH levels by blocking the secretions of growth hormone inhibitor Somatostatin. (works even into old age, with one European study showing that it boosted blood levels of HGH to three times the level seen in their age group.)
  • It supports tissue growth acceleration;

ASPARTIC ACID (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • Increases stamina and is good for chronic fatigue and depression;

CYSTEINE & CYSTINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • promotes the burning of fat and the building of muscle;

GLUTAMINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • helps build and maintain muscle tissue;
  • helps prevent muscle wasting that can accompany prolonged bed rest or diseases. 
  • can minimize the breakdown of muscle tissue and improve protein metabolism.
  • Glutamine's cell-volumizing effects have also been shown in several studies. A recent study showed up to a 400% increase in growth-hormone levels when a free-form L-glutamine supplement was consumed! 
  • Is considered essential for repair and recovery

GLYCINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • retards muscle degeneration; 57435277
  • improves glycogen storage, thus freeing up glucose for energy needs;
  • useful for repairing damaged tissue and promotes healing
  • facilitates the release of oxygen for the cell–making process;
  • key role in manufacturing of hormones.
  • increases Human Growth Hormones in the serum
  • is an HGH releaser
  • useful in increasing output in exercise workouts.
  • speeds the healing of wounds
  • is a major promoter of muscle growth and muscle development.
  • plays a key role in the development and quality of our skeletal muscles, tissues, and structural integrity.

ORNITHINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • Helps to prompt the release of growth hormones, which promotes the metabolism of excess body fat (this effect is enhanced if combined with Arginine and Carnitine);
  • stimulates insulin secretion and helps insulin work as an anabolic (muscle building) hormone.  
  • necessary for lean muscle mass,
  • Rejuvenation Promotes muscle-building activity in the body by increasing levels of anabolic (growth-promoting) hormones such as insulin and growth hormone.

SERINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)wheel_chair

  • Needed for the proper growth of muscle

TAURINE  (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • helps to protect from radicals which cause cell oxidation;
  • Helps physical and mental performance in cases of temporary stress
  • Helps to delay the onset of fatigue.
  • Enhances endurance and helps to maintain peak effort during times of high physical demand

TYROSINE  (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • used by the thyroid gland for the production of Thyroxine, a vital hormone involved in helping  healing and repairing skin and tissue. 
  • regulating growth, metabolism, skin health and mental state.
  • helps maintain physical and mental concentration in cases of temporary stress
Not only the BCAA’s are important. 18 out of the 20 amino acids are needed for sustainable  muscle buildup,  maintenance and endurance. All amino acids play their role. If one is missing the whole process stops. A lack of one or more  amino acids can mean less or no muscle buildup or regeneration of muscles mass, less endurance and strength, hampered recovery,  immunity, concentration and stress resistance etc.
Last Updated on Saturday, 19 December 2009 19:42