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    Amino Acids: The building blocks of Proteins, which have unique profiles that differentiate their identity and purpose. There are 20 amino acids known to be active in the human body and can be broken down as such...

    11 Non-essential Amino Acids: naturally produced by the human body.

    9 Essential Amino Acids: introduced to the human body by food source and/or supplements.

    3 Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA's): Leucine, isoleucine and valine are key essential amino acids that can be metabolized directly into muscle tissue.

    BCAA's increase muscle growth, decrease muscle soreness, reduce muscle fatigue, prevent muscle wasting, and found to benefit people with liver disease.

    Benefits of BCAAs
    Amino Acids

    GLUATHIONE (GSH): Glutamate (glutamic acid), cysteine (cystine) and glycine are amino acids vital to the production of GSH. Considered one of your bodies most powerful anti-oxidant's, glutathione is also believed to be linked to Improving psoriasis, anti-inflammatory (autoimmune/arthritis), insulin control (weight management/diabetes) and sarcopenia.

    Glutathione Benefits

    Glycomacropeptide (GMP): Is a whey protein that derives from the cheese making process and known to assist in the prevention/reduction in heart disease, dental cavities/tooth decay, gout and liver disease. GMP's also influence a healthy digestive function and weight management.

    Glycomacropeptide