Drops of Life - Types of Amino
Before using any product we would suggest reviewing the ingredients
with your practitioner so that your entire medical history and current situation can be used to determine the
best practice for you personally.
Drops of Life ND-01 Optimization
A proprietary nutrient blend of: l-alanine, l-arginine, l-glutamic
acid, l-glutamine, l-glycine, l-histidine, l-taurine, l-leucine, l-lysine, l-phenylalanine, l-proline, l-serine,
l-tryptophan and l-tyrosine, diazolidinyl urea, iodopropynyl butycarbamate with xanthum, distilled water,
propanediol, sorbitol, glycerin, coconut oil, oleyl alcohol, polyethylene stearate, steayl alcohol, tocopherol
acetate and lecithin.
NOTE: Only Contains 0.132mg l-tryptophan
There are three types of amino acids:
Indispensable Amino Acids -
also called essential amino acids, must be supplied to the body from food or
- Conditionally Dispensable Amino
Acids - based on the body's ability to actually synthesize them from other amino
- Dispensable Amino Acids -
also called nonessential amino acids, can be synthesized by the body from other amino acids.
The Indispensable Amino acids
* A branched chain amino acid used as a source of energy
* Helps reduce muscle protein breakdown
* Modulates uptake of neurotransmitter precursors by the brain as well as the
release of enkephalins, which inhibit the passage of pain signals into the nervous system.
* Promotes healing of skin and broken bones.
* One of the major ultraviolet absorbing compounds in the skin
* Important in the production of red and white blood cells; used in the treatment
* Used in the treatment of allergic diseases, rheumatoid arthritis and digestive
* Low levels can
slow protein synthesis, affecting muscle and connective tissue
* Inhibits viruses; used in the treatment of herpes simplex
* Lysine and Vitamin C together form L-carnitine, a biochemical that enables
muscle tissue to use oxygen more efficiently, delaying fatigue
* Aids bone growth by helping form collagen, the fibrous protein that makes up
bone, cartilage and other connective tissue.
* The major
precursor of tyrosine
* Enhances learning, memory, mood and alertness
* Used in the treatment of some types of depression
* Is a major element in the production of collagen
* Suppresses appetite
* Precursor of key neurotransmitter serotonin, which exerts a calming
* Stimulates the release of growth hormones
* Free form of this amino acid is unavailable in the U.S.
* It is only available in natural food sources
Conditionally Dispensable Amino Acids
* Can increase
secretion of insulin, glucagon, growth hormones
* Aids in injury rehabilitation, formation of collagen and immune system
* Precursor of creatine, gamma amino butric acid (GABA, a neurotransmitter in the
* May increase sperm count and T-lymphocyte response
* Precursor of the neurotransmitters dopamine, norepinephrine and epinephrine, as
well as thyroid and growth hormones and melanin (the pigment responsible for skin and hair color).
* Elevates mood
Dispensable Amino Acids
* Major component
of connective tissue
* Key intermediate in the glucose alanine cycle, which allows muscles and other
tissues to derive energy from amino acids
* Helps build up the immune system
* A major
precursor of glutamine, proline, ornothine, arginine, glutathione, and GABA
* A potential source of energy
* Important in brain metabolism and metabolism of other amino acids.
* Most abundant amino acid
* Plays a key role in immune system functions
* An important source of energy, especially for kidneys and intestines during
* A brain fuel that is an aid to memory and a stimulant to intelligence and
* Aids in the manufacture of other amino acids and is a part of the structure of
hemoglobin and cytochromes (enzymes involved in energy production)
* Has a calming effect and is sometimes used to treat manic depressive and
* Produces glucagon, which mobilizes glycogen
* Can inhibit sugar cravings
* A major
component in the formation of connective tissue and heart muscle
* Readily mobilized for muscular energy
* Major constituent of collagen
* Important in cells' energy production
* Aids memory and nervous system function
* Helps builds up immune system by producing immuno-globulins and
* Aids in the
absorption and elimination of fats
* May act as a neurotransmitter in some areas of the brain and
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