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Peptides and proteins regulate metabolism and provide structural support. The cells and the organs of our body are controlled by peptide hormones . Insufficient protein in the diet may prevent the body from producing adequate levels of peptide hormones and structural proteins to sustain normal bodily functions.
energy_womenCreatine, is a combination of the three amino acids arginine, glycine, and methionine and assists in the production of energy and the building of muscle. Arginine and methionine do not survive pasteurization which is done with all whey proteins and
Caseinproducts. A deficiency of these two amino acids will result in low creatine production.
 
Carnitine deficiency is of concern because it is associated with lower energy levels and immune dysfunction, According to research done by M. Mintz.

Three amino acids--leucine, isoleucine and valine--form the category known as BCAAs. These aminos are critical for muscle growth and important for energy production. The BCAAs, unlike most other  

amino acids, are used directly by the muscles for fuel during exercise. After workouts, the muscles rely mostly on fat for energy, which allows the BCAAs to be used for muscle growth. BCAAs also blunt fatigue during workouts by keeping the central nervous system fired up.

For further information on peptides and energylevel

For amino acids to work they have to be digested fully. Digestion means that the protein in food have to me broken down to 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. It is simple if a good amino acid complex does not give you energy energy2 

you might want to look for another product.    

Recov Bipeptides is a food supplement. Recov Bipeptides is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

Here you find which amino acid does what for your energylevel.

 GLUTAMINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • has shown promise in the treatment of fatigue
  • is important along with glucose in supplying the brain with energy.
  • increase mental alertness,
  • to nutritionally boost the nervous system.
  • Supports concentration and mental performance under conditions of mental or physical exertion

PROLINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • helps in the strengthening of the heart muscle;

LYSINE   (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • A deficiency could result in fatigue, lack of concentration, irritability, bloodshot eyes and  anemia.

ASPARTIC ACID (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • Increases stamina and is good for chronic fatigue;  

TAURINE  (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • Strengthens the heart muscle,
  • 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
  • Is important for the energy metabolism / the transformation of food into energy

TYROSINE  (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • acts as a mood elevator,  
  • It  limits mental fatigue during exposure to environmentally adverse conditions.
  • has been used to help chronic fatigue.
  • clinical studies indicate that Tyrosine can be helpful in reducing the fatigue of PMS sufferers.
  • helps maintain physical and mental concentration in cases of temporary stress

THREONINE  (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • A natural relaxant,
  • helps alleviate insomnia by inducing normal sleep; 
  • helps control hyperactivity in children;

ISOLEUCINE (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • stabilizes and regulates energy levels;

ALANINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • aids in the metabolism of glucose, a simple carbohydrate that the body uses for energy;

GLYCINE (NON-ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • improves glycogen storage, thus freeing up glucose for energy needs;

PHENYLALANINE (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)

  • promotes alertness and vitality; 

VALINE (ESSENTIAL AMINO ACID)  

  • promotes mental energy; 
Last Updated on Saturday, 19 December 2009 19:44