Amino acids are also called the "building blocks of life".
Proteins (Greek: Protos = the first, the most important), also called proteins, are among the most important basic building blocks of all living beings. Protein building blocks are better known as amino acids. They are found as a basic substance in the cells and in the muscle tissue. They are important for the internal organs, bones, skin, hair, growth and for the maintenance and renewal of cells. They control chemical processes by helping the production of enzymes and hormones. They also play an important role in the immune system.
What exactly are amino acids?
To date, 23 protein-forming amino acids are known in the human organism. Other amino acids are important for the human metabolism, but without participating in protein formation. Eight of these are essential for humans, that is, indispensable, as these cannot be produced by the body and must therefore be taken in daily with food. In certain life situations, amino acids that are actually not essential for life can become essential. It has been shown that, with some amino acids, intake is not essential for survival, but physical performance is considerably improved. Such amino acids are classified as semi-essential and have gained great importance in food supplements.
In addition to their function as protein images, amino acids are important for a vast number of metabolic processes: They are a preliminary stage for the body's own biologically active substances such as hormones, vitamins and functional building blocks. Together with other substances, they control important brain functions. They also influence the complicated hormonal system in the direction of anabolic (anabolic) functions. Detoxifying metabolic processes are also influenced by amino acids. When it comes to controlling the acid-base balance and especially in high stress situations, they serve the cells as "emergency energy suppliers".
Which amino acids are important?
At the beginning, nutritionists mainly examined the effects of the essential amino acids, as these, like vitamins, do not have to be produced by the body itself, but must be taken in with food. However, lately there has been more and more attention to the non-essential amino acids, as these are just as important for a functioning metabolism. If there are enough essential amino acids, the body can make all non-essential amino acids from them in an emergency. Anyone who is interested in optimizing their health and performance should attach importance to a balanced ratio of all amino acids and not just the essentials.
Daily protein requirement
The required amount of protein per day for bodybuilders and strength athletes is around 2g of protein per kilogram of body weight. The amount of protein ingested is made up of the protein content of the food and the dietary supplements used. This is how you can determine how much protein you need to take in to optimally meet your needs. The best time to consume Liquid Amino Acid Concentrates is 2 hours after your workout and between meals. The amino acid content in the blood is lowest at these times of the day.
In particular, you shouldn't forget to take it immediately after training and before going to bed! It is precisely during sleep that muscles begin to recover and grow after previous, intense exercise. During this phase he needs protein building blocks.
The best times of the day to consume Amino Craft Liquid are in the morning after getting up, directly after training or before going to bed.
A portion of 15 ml (approx. 2 tablespoons) can be consumed pure or diluted with liquids.
The recommended daily dose should not be exceeded. Do not use as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Keep out of reach of small children. A varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle should be ensured.
Ingredients E 122, E 124: May impair activity and attention in children.
Note for allergy sufferers:
May contain traces of gluten, egg white, soy and lactose.
||per 100 g
||per potion (13 g)
||253 kcal / 1077 kJ
||50.6 kcal / 215 kJ
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|- of which sugars
Water, protein hydrolyzate, acidifier (lactic acid), flavor, sour cherry juice concentrate (1%), preservative (sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate), thickener (xanthan gum), sweetener (sucralose, steviol glycosides), emulsifier (E 471). Traces of gluten, egg protein, soy and lactose cannot be excluded.