Moringa’s Essential Amino acids

The Essential amino acids from Moringa are known to increase the speed of protein synthesis in the body causing toxin damaged cells to regenerate faster.

 

Leucine

Collaborates with isoleucine and valine to repair muscles, regulate blood sugar, and provide the body with energy

Increases production of growth hormones

Helps burn visceral fat (located in the deepest layers of the body and least responsive to dieting and exercise)

Promotes the healing of muscle tissue, skin and bones after traumatic injury (often recommended for those recovering from surgery)

 

Isoleucine

Builds proteins and enzymes

The body’s essential biochemical components are created by ingredients provided by Isoleucine, these are required for energy promotion, alertness and brain stimulation

Has ability to increase endurance

Helps heal and repair muscle tissue

Encourage clotting at the place of injury

 

Valine

Promotes normal growth, repair tissues, regulate blood sugar, and provide the body with energy

Helps stimulate the central nervous system

is needed for proper mental functioning

Helps prevent the breakdown of muscle by supplying the muscles with extra glucose for energy production during intense physical activity

Helps remove potentially toxic excess nitrogen from the liver

 

Lysine

Known for its antiviral properties it aids in the production of antibodies, hormones, and enzymes for a strong, healthy immune system

Helps form collagen needed for bone cartilage and connective tissues

Improves the balance of nutrients which reduce viral growth, (known to help prevent outbreaks of herpes and cold sores)

Regulates calcium absorption

 

Methionine

Supplies sulfur to the body (sulfur is required for the production of the natural antioxidant, glutathione which also helps neutralize toxins in the liver)

Necessary to produce two other sulfur-containing amino acids, cysteine and taurine, which help the body eliminate toxins, build strong, healthy tissues, and promote cardiovascular health

Essential for the formation of healthy collagen known to prevent hair, skin, and nail problems

Lowers cholesterol levels by increasing the liver’s production of lecithin,

Reduces liver fat ensuring normal liver function (essential for the elimination of toxins from the body)

Protects the kidneys

Needed to make creatine (Creatine is found to boost athletic performance during short, intense workouts and is necessary for all muscular function thus supporting normal functioning of the heart and circulatory system)

People with AIDS are found to have low levels of methionine

 

Phenylalanine

Needed for normal functioning of the central nervous system helps alertness, improves memory and mood

Produces the chemical needed for signal transmission between the brain and nerve cells

Blood-brain barrier is a protective barrier formed by the red blood cells and the glia of the brain protecting the brain from any toxins, bacteria, and viruses in the bloodstream. Only chemicals that are able to cross this barrier can directly affect brain function. Phenylalanine is able to penetrate the blood-brain barrier

 

Threonine

Helps keep connective tissues and muscles throughout the body strong and elastic, including the heart, where it is found in significant amounts

Promotes normal growth by helping to maintain the proper protein balance in the body

Assists metabolism, supports cardiovascular, liver, central nervous, and immune system function

Prevents liver fat build-up

Essential part of collagen, elastin and enamel proteins

Enhances the digestive and intestinal tracts

Supports the immune system by aiding in the production of antibodies

 

Tryptophan

Important for the production of serotonin, one of the key brain chemicals involved in regulating mood.

Needed for normal growth in infants and for nitrogen balance in adults

Helps control hyperactivity in children, relieves stress, and enhances the release of growth hormones necessary for the production of vitamin B6

Supports the immune system,

Alleviates insomnia, reduces anxiety, depression, and the symptoms of migraine headaches,

Decreases the risk of artery and heart spasms by collaborating with lysine to reduce cholesterol levels

 

The body doesn’t store essential amino acids. You need to supply your body its daily requirement of essential amino acids.

By consuming Moringa leaves you can provide your body with these essential amino acids.

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