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Aging with Amino Acids
Aging_with_Amino_Acids.pdf 249.65K
Read how amino nutrients provide the synergy necessary for wellness and longevity. References included.
Understanding Nutrition, Depression and Mental Illnesses
Understanding_Nutrition_Depression_and_Mental_Illnesses.pdf 227.01K
Excerpt: Few people are aware of the connection between nutrition and depression while they easily understand the connection between nutritional deficiencies and physical illness. Depression is more typically thought of as strictly biochemical-based or emotionally-rooted. On the contrary, nutrition can play a key role in the onset as well as severity and duration of depression. Many of the easily noticeable food patterns that precede depression are the same as those that occur during depression. These may include poor appetite, skipping meals, and a dominant desire for sweet foods.[1] Nutritional neuroscience is an emerging discipline shedding light on the fact that nutritional factors are intertwined with human cognition, behavior, and emotions.
Fight Depression Using Amino Acid Therapy
Fight_Depression_Using_Amino_Acid_Therapy.pdf 189.50K
Excerpt: It is well understood that neurotransmitters are synthesized from amino acids obtained from protein in the diet. This starts via the actions of specific chemicals and enzymes, which break proteins into their amino acid constituents. These amino acids are the substrate for enzymes that can change the amino acids into neurotransmitters.
Amino Acids and Diet in Chronic Pain Management by Julia Ross
Amino_Acids_and_Diet_in_Chronic_Pain_Management_by_Julia_Ross.pdf 196.98K
Excerpt: Research and practice have found that increased intake of the amino acid substrates of the three key pain modulating neurotransmitters can often provide noticeable benefits within a few days.
Dietary essentiality of nutritionally non-essential amino acids
Dietary_essentiality_of_nutritionally_non-essential_amino_acids.pdf 366.35K
Excerpt: Based on new developments of AA biochemistry and nutrition, we propose that mammals, birds, and fish have dietary needs of all NEAA for optimal growth, development, lactation, reproduction, and health. This new paradigm shift in nutrition has now led to the recognition of dietary essentiality of ‘‘nutritionally non-essential AA’’ for animals and humans.