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Believe - Performance EAA 390G

$44.99

Of the 20 amino acids, nine are classified as essential. Essential amino acids are those that the body cannot produce by itself; they must be acquired through diet, especially protein-rich foods such as meat, fish and eggs, and of course through amino acid supplements. Essential amino acids support the body in several essential ways: Lysine plays a role in the secretion of growth hormone, which promotes muscle repair and recovery. It is also an essential component of structural proteins such as collagen and elastin, which are important for building strong connective tissue. Methionine helps the body process and eliminate fat, promotes cardiovascular health and supports liver function to help the body eliminate toxins. Phenylalanine has a painkiller and antidepressant effect and is necessary for the synthesis of norepinephrine and dopamine. It also stimulates the release of adrenaline and norepinephrine, which are essential for the functioning of the nervous system. Threonine supports fat metabolism and immune function. Like lysine, it is also a crucial component of structural proteins and connective tissue. Tryptophan is a precursor of serotonin, which regulates sleep, appetite and mood. It also has pain-relieving properties and can increase pain tolerance during training or competition. Leucine is essential for protein synthesis, blood sugar regulation and the production of growth hormones. Isoleucine helps prevent muscle breakdown during exercise, which may speed recovery. It is also important for immune function, hemoglobin production and energy regulation. Valine helps stimulate muscle regeneration and is involved in energy production. Histidine is a precursor to histamine, which can help you fight the cell-damaging free radicals you produce during exercise. It is also a precursor to carnosine, which helps to turn lactic acid into usable fuel and reduce pain. The "essential" status of histidine is questionable, as it can be easily produced in the presence of other essential amino acids.

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Of the 20 amino acids, nine are classified as essential. Essential amino acids are those that the body cannot produce by itself; they must be acquired through diet, especially protein-rich foods such as meat, fish and eggs, and of course through amino acid supplements. Essential amino acids support the body in several essential ways:

Lysine plays a role in the secretion of growth hormone, which promotes muscle repair and recovery. It is also an essential component of structural proteins such as collagen and elastin, which are important for building strong connective tissue.

Methionine helps the body process and eliminate fat, promotes cardiovascular health and supports liver function to help the body eliminate toxins.

Phenylalanine has a painkiller and antidepressant effect and is necessary for the synthesis of norepinephrine and dopamine. It also stimulates the release of adrenaline and norepinephrine, which are essential for the functioning of the nervous system.

Threonine supports fat metabolism and immune function. Like lysine, it is also a crucial component of structural proteins and connective tissue.

Tryptophan is a precursor of serotonin, which regulates sleep, appetite and mood. It also has pain-relieving properties and can increase pain tolerance during training or competition.

Leucine is essential for protein synthesis, blood sugar regulation and the production of growth hormones.

Isoleucine helps prevent muscle breakdown during exercise, which may speed recovery. It is also important for immune function, hemoglobin production and energy regulation.

Valine helps stimulate muscle regeneration and is involved in energy production.

Histidine is a precursor to histamine, which can help you fight the cell-damaging free radicals you produce during exercise. It is also a precursor to carnosine, which helps to turn lactic acid into usable fuel and reduce pain. The "essential" status of histidine is questionable, as it can be easily produced in the presence of other essential amino acids.