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Amino Acids in Royal Jelly

     Essential Amino Acids

♦ Tryptophan – Considered a natural relaxant, it helps to relieve insomnia, is used to treat migraines, reduces heart and arterial spasms, and works with lysine to reduce cholesterol.

♦ Lysine – Aids in the absorption of calcium, assists in the formation of collagen for bones, cartilage and connective tissues. Lysine also helps to produce antibodies, hormones and enzymes and has been known to alleviate the symptoms of people afflicted with herpes.

♦ Methionine – Provides a primary source of sulfur resulting in healthy skin hair and nails. Also assists with lowering cholesterol levels, reduces liver fat and protects the kidney.

♦ Phenylaline – Reduces hunger pains, arthritis symptoms, menstrual cramps, migraine headaches, acts as an antidepressant, and improves memory. Phenylaline is also instrumental in the production of norepinephrine, which is responsible for transmitting signals between nerve cells and the brain.

♦ Theronine – Makes up a substantial portion of collagen, elastin, and enamel proteins. Prevents buildup in the liver, aids in digestive and intestinal tract function and acts as a trigger for metabolism.

♦ Valine – Promotes mental energy, helps muscle coordination and serves as a natural tranquilizer.

♦ Leucine – Promotes mental alertness, and works with isoleucine to provide the manufacture of essential biochemical processes in the body for energy.

      Non-Essential Amino Acids

♦ Glycine – Increases the effectiveness of the immune system, assists in the manufacture of hormones, and facilitates the release of oxygen for cell making processes.

♦ Serine – Synthesizes a fatty acid sheath around nerve fibers, and provides antibodies for the immune system.

♦ Glutamic Acid – Also known as nature’s “brain food”, Glutamic Acid is thought to increase mental prowess and energy, and to speed the healing of tumors.

♦ Arginine – Aids in liver detoxification, healthy skin, strengthening of the immune system, and promotes the production of several hormones including; glucagons, insulin, and growth hormones.

♦ Creatine – Assists in building muscles and is not produced in large quantities by the body. The natural supply of Creatine is depleted after about 10 seconds of vigorous exercise.

♦ Carnitine – Assists in the burning of fat, especially in the liver and heart.

♦ Glutamine – Aids in the treatment of ulcers, intestinal ailments, arthritis, tissue damage, connective tissue diseases, and aids in learning by increasing mental alertness and memory.

♦ Histadine – A compound released by the immune system during allergic reactions.

♦ N-Acetyl-Cysteine (NAC) – Helps the body synthesize glutathione (an antioxidant). It has been shown that low levels of glutathione can leave the body vulnerable to further immune compromise in HIV-infected individuals.


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