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Essential Aminos 180ct by Pure Encapsulations

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  • Pure Encapsulations Essential Aminos provides 8
    essential amino acids. In humans, protein is composed
    of 20 amino acids, only some of which the body is
    able to produce. Those that need to be obtained from
    exogenous sources are referred to as the essential
    amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks for
    all proteins, making them essential for a number of
    body functions, including fluid balance, enzyme
    production, cellular repair and energy metabolism.
    Amino acids also provide a readily available form
    of nitrogen, a critical element that forms various
    compounds such as neurotransmitters and creatine.
  • each vegetable capsule containsl-histidine (free-form)...................................................................... 56 mg.l-isoleucine (free-form).................................................................... 88 mg.l-leucine (free-form)...................................................................... 153 mg.l-lysine (HCl)................................................................................. 167 mg.l-methionine (free-form).................................................................. 86 mg.l-phenylalanine (free-form).............................................................. 64 mg.l-threonine (free-form).................................................................... 76 mg.l-valine (free-form).......................................................................... 83 mg.vitamin C (as ascorbyl palmitate)...................................................... 9 mg.
  • Pure Encapsulations recommends 1-3 capsules per day, in divided doses, between meals.
  • Are There Any Potential Side Effects Or Precautions?If pregnant or lactating, consult your physician before taking this product. People with phenylketonuria must avoid phenylalanine. Some research suggests that tardive dyskinesia patients may process phenylalanine abnormally. Until more is known, it makes sense for people with this condition to avoid phenylalanine supplementation. Individuals with kidney or liver disease should not consume high intakes of amino acids without consulting their doctor.Are There Any Potential Drug Interactions?At this time, there are no known adverse reactions when taken in conjunction with medications.