18 amino acids
The suggested complex of amino acids has a miscellaneous combined systemic action coming from the effect of the amino acids contained in it on the various functions of organs and systems:
- Glutamine – is the most often found in muscles in free form. It is also necessary for normal brain activity, acid-base balance, the sound condition of the gastro-intestinal tract, for DNA and RNA synthesis and is used for protein secretion in skeletal muscles.
- Asparagine – is needed for keeping a balance of excitative and inhibitory processes in the nervous system, it accelerates the formation of immunoglobulins and antibodies, increases detoxifying liver function and reduces fatigability.
- Lysine – is a part of almost any protein, it is necessary for the normal formation of bones and the growth of puppies; it promotes the normal assimilation of calcium and the maintenance of normal nitrogen metabolism in adult dogs. Lysine participates in the synthesis of antibodies, hormones, enzymes, the formation of collagen and tissue regeneration.
- Leucine – reduces the blood sugar level, provides the growth hormone formation and the bones, ligaments, skin and muscles restoration.
- Alanine – provides glucose metabolism normalization. Beta-alanine is one of the forms of alanine and an integral part of pantothenic acid and coenzyme A, which are the most important catalysts in the body.
- Arginine – stimulates the immune system, reduces the tumors’ growth, increases the thymus gland activity releasing T-lymphocytes, provides liver detoxification processes, stimulates growth hormones release.
- Valine – is used by the muscle tissues as an energy source, it is necessary for the restoration of damaged tissues and metabolic processes in the muscles; it has a stimulatory action.
- Glycine – reduces the degeneracy of muscular tissues; it is essential for the nucleic acid synthesis and necessary for the normal activity of the nervous system; it stimulates the immune system and improves the oxygen supply to the body.
- Isoleucine – is needed for hemoglobin synthesis; it regulates the blood sugar level and the energy supply processes, increases stamina and muscle recovery.
- Threonine – maintains the lipotropic liver function; it is essential for the formation of collagen and elastin, improves the immunity and participates in the antibodies formation.
- Serine – is involved in the formation of immunoglobulins and antibodies, it provides normalization of the condition of skin, coat, claws; it is essential for the full fats and fatty acids metabolism, muscle growth and maintenance of the immune system.
- Proline – is the main component of collagen; it provides its rehabilitation, strengthens joints, ligaments, fascia, strengthens muscles (including the cardiac ones) due to the increase of elasticity.
- Phenylalanine – stimulates the mental activity and the memory participates in the formation of neurotransmitters (transmitters of nerve impulses) providing the improvement of the prehension.
- Tyrosine – with iodine compounds forms the active thyroid hormones. It is a precursor of adrenaline, glutamic acid, neurotransmitters that regulate mood. Tyrosine reduces appetite and fat mass, has intense antioxidant properties, destresses.
- Methionine – prevents liver apoxia, improves digestion, clears from heavy metals, protects from radiation, provides glutathione protection preventing its decay when the body is overwhelmed with toxins.
- Histidine – provides the tissue growth and restoration; it is a part of myelin sheaths protecting nerve cells. It is also essential for the formation of the red and white blood cells; it protects from damaging effects of the radiation and provides clearance of the heavy metals.
- Tryptophan – is necessary for nicotinic acid and serotonin production; it normalizes dormancy, enhances mood, reduces cholesterol formation, reduces the blood pressure, widens the blood vessels, participates in albumins and globulins synthesis and enhances growth hormone production.
- Cystine – improves immunity; it is essential for the skin cover formation and insulin synthesis.