Benefits of Green Barley (Amino Acids)

Micronutrients found in Green Barley leaves

AMINO ACIDS

Amino Acids are the chemical units or “building blocks” of the body that make up proteins. Protein substances make up the muscles, tendons, organs, glands, nails, and hair. Growth, repair and maintenance of all cells are dependent upon them. Next to water, protein makes up the greatest portion of our body weight. Amino Acids that must be obtained from the diet are called “Essential Amino Acids” other Amino Acids that the body can manufacture from other sources are called “NonEssential Amino Acids.” Source: Reference Guide for Amino Acids http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html

  • Alanine (Non-Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Plays a major role in the transfer of nitrogen from peripheral tissue to the liver; aids in the metabolism of glucose, a simple carbohydrate that the body uses for energy; guards against the buildup of toxic substances that are released into muscle cells when muscle protein is broken down quickly to meet energy needs, such as what happens with aerobic exercise; strengthens the immune system by producing antibodies. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#ALANINE

  • Arginine (Non-Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Considered ”The Natural Viagra” by increasing blood flow to the penis; retards the growth of tumors and cancer by enhancing the immune system; increases the size and activity of the thymus gland, which manufactures T cells, crucial components of the immune system; aids in liver detoxification by neutralizing ammonia; reduces the effects of chronic alcohol toxicity; used in treating sterility in men by increasing sperm count; aids in weight loss because it facilitates an increase in muscle mass and a reduction of body fat; assists the release of growth hormones, which is crucial for “optimal” muscle growth and tissue repair; is a major component of collagen which is good for arthritis and connective tissue disorders; aids in stimulating the pancreas to release insulin. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#ARGININE

  • Aspartic acid (Non-Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Increases stamina and is good for chronic fatigue and depression; rejuvenates cellular activity, cell formation and metabolism, which gives you a younger looking appearance; protects the liver by aiding the expulsion of ammonia; combines with other amino acids to form molecules that absorb toxins and remove them from the bloodstream; helps facilitate the movement of certain minerals across the intestinal lining and into the blood and cells; aids the function of RNA and DNA, which are carriers of genetic information. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#ASPARTIC%20ACID

  • Cystine (Non-Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Functions as a powerful anti-oxidant in detoxifying harmful toxins; protects the body from radiation damage; protects the liver and brain from damage due to alcohol, drugs, and toxic compounds found in cigarette smoke; has been used to treat rheumatoid arthritis and hardening of the arteries; promotes the recovery from severe burns and surgery; promotes the burning of fat and the building of muscle; slows down the aging process. Skin and hair is made up of 10-14% Cystine. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#CYSTEINE

  • Glutamic acid (Non-Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Is an excitatory neurotransmitter for the central nervous system, the brain and spinal cord; important in the metabolism of sugars and fats; aids in the transportation of potassium into the spinal fluid; acts as fuel for the brain; helps correct personality disorders, and is used in the treatment of epilepsy, mental retardation, muscular dystrophy, and ulcers. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#GLUTAMIC

  • Glycine (Non-Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Retards muscle degeneration; improves glycogen storage, thus freeing up glucose for energy needs; promotes a healthy prostate, central nervous system, and immune system; useful for repairing damaged tissue and promotes healing. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#GLYCINE

  • Histidine (Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Is found abundantly in hemoglobin; has been used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, allergies, ulcers and anemia; is essential for the growth and repair of tissues; important for the maintenance of the myelin sheaths, which protect nerve cells; is needed for the production of both red and white blood cells; protects the body from radiation damage; lowers blood pressure, aids in the removal of heavy metals from the body; aids in sexual arousal. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#HISTIDINE

  • Isoleucine (Essential Amino Acid)

Importance:  Is needed for hemoglobin formation; stabilizes and regulates blood sugar and energy levels; is valuable to athletes because it aids in the healing and repair of muscle tissue, skin and bones; has been found to be deficient in people suffering from certain mental and physical disorders. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#ISOLEUCINE

  • Leucine (Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Works with Isoleucine and Valine to promote the healing of muscle tissue, skin, and bones; is recommended for those recovering from surgery; lowers blood sugar levels; aids in increasing growth hormone production. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#LEUCINE

  • Lysine (Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Ensures adequate calcium absorption and maintains a proper nitrogen balance in adults; helps form collagen (which makes up cartilage and connective tissue); aids in the production of antibodies which have the ability to fight cold sores and herpes outbreaks; lowers high serum triglyceride levels. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#LYSINE

  • Methionine (Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: A powerful anti-oxidant and a good source of sulfur, which prevents disorders of the hair, skin, and nails; assists the breakdown of fats, thus helping to prevent a buildup of fat in the liver and arteries, that might obstruct blood flow to the brain, heart, and kidneys; helps to detoxify harmful agents such as lead and other heavy metals; helps diminish muscle weakness; prevents brittle hair; protects against the affects of radiation; beneficial for women who take oral contraceptives because it promotes the excretion of estrogen; reduces the level of histamine in the body which can cause the brain to relay wrong messages; helpful to individuals suffering from schizophrenia. Source:  http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#METHIONINE

  • Phenylalanine (Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Used by the brain to produce norepinephrine, a chemical that transmits signals between nerve cells in the brain; promotes alertness and vitality; elevates mood; decreases pain; aids memory and learning; used to treat arthritis, depression, menstrual cramps, migraines, obesity, Parkinson’s disease, and schizophrenia. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#PHENYLALANINE

  • Proline (Non-Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Improves skin texture by aiding the production of collagen and reducing the loss of collagen through the aging process; helps in the healing of cartilage and the strengthening of joints, tendons, and heart muscle; works with Vitamin C to promote healthy connective tissues. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#PROLINE

  • Serine (Non-Essential Amino Acid)

Needed for the proper metabolism of fats and fatty acids, the growth of muscle, and the maintenance of a healthy immune system; is a component of the protective myelin sheaths that cover nerve fibers; is important in RNA & DNA function and cell formation; aids in the production of immunoglobulins and antibodies. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#SERINE

  • Threonine (Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Helps maintain proper protein balance in the body; is important for the formation of collagen, elastin and tooth enamel; aids liver and Lipotropic function when combined with Aspartic Acid and Methionine; prevents the buildup of fat in the liver; assists metabolism and assimilation. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#THREONINE

  • Tryptophan (Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: A natural relaxant, helps alleviate insomnia by inducing normal sleep; reduces anxiety and depression and stabilizes mood; helps in the treatment of migraine headaches helps the immune system function properly; aids in weight control by reducing appetite; enhances the release of growth hormones; helps control hyperactivity in children. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#TRYPTOPHAN

  • Tyrosine (Non-Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Is important to overall metabolism; is a precursor of adrenaline, nor epinephrine, and dopamine, which regulate mood and stimulates metabolism and the nervous system; acts as a mood elevator, suppresses the appetite, and helps reduce body fat; aids in the production of melanin (the pigment responsible for hair and skin color) and in the functions of the adrenal, thyroid, and pituitary glands; has been used to help chronic fatigue, narcolepsy, anxiety, depression, low sex drive, allergies and headaches. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#TYROSINE

  • Valine (Essential Amino Acid)

Importance: Is needed for muscle metabolism and coordination, tissue repair, and for the maintenance of proper nitrogen balance in the body; used as an energy source by muscle tissue; helpful in treating liver and gallbladder disease; promotes mental vigor and calm emotions. Source: http://www.realtime.net/anr/aminoacd.html#VALINE

You should not use the information in this site for diagnosis or for prescription of any medication or treatment. You should not stop taking any medication without first consulting your physician. This dietary supplement is not intended as a treatment, prevention, or cure for a specific disease or condition.

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