Amino acids are building blocks proteins that fulfill vital functions in the body. Among other things, they allow the production of messenger substances and neurotransmitters that affect our mental well-being. Amino acids can be used as natural antidepressants and help the body process of building up its energy reserves consumed in mitochondria. This energy is used in the body for the impaired production of neurotransmitters and neurotransmitter.
Amino acids as a natural alternative to chemical antidepressants.
Through the judicious use of bio-available amino acids the body enough building materials are made available, so that it can establish the lack of messengers themselves. In a timely detection of deficiencies (in blood test) conventional antidepressants should not be taken. With current treatments, however, the antidepressant dose could be reduced or the drug are replaced. Thus, the side effects related risks of chemical drugs can be minimized or excluded entirely. At the same time it is allows the body to build his energy visual function itself and to return to the path of self-regulation.
If the bioavailability of amino acids falls, the body can no longer cover its needs for vital proteins. Here proteins are involved in all aspects of life processes:
They act in the regeneration of all tissues with
You are in the form of collagen and elastin in the skin and muscles contain
You make the immune system
They enable communication between cells through proper transmission of chemical signals from cell to cell.
They are essential for the entire hormonal and neurotransmitter balance.
The values of the amino acids can be assayed in a blood test. The any faults in amino acids and other essential minerals and vitamins can be compensated by infusion therapy or by oral ingestion.
All processes in the body take its origin in the power: produced in proper moderation, driving them to the whole metabolism in the body and ensures the function of any bodily organ. The production process of energy located in each cell, and more specifically in each mitochondria of the cell. It is problematic for the cells to promote the processes of energy, if the mitochondria are damaged in their functions. This can happen due to various factors, eg:
Side effects of certain medicines (as synthetic antidepressants)
Effects of free radicals in cells (by formation of oxidative and Nitrosative Stress)
Psychological and physical trauma, especially in the head and neck
Toxins and pollutants (Smoking, heavy metals, pesticides, insecticides, household chemistry)
Malnutrition (e.g. Carbohydrate and nitrate-rich diet)
Disorders of the intestinal flora, intestinal diseases
The reduction of these conditions can be achieved by balancing the amino acid found in the blood, mineral, and vitamin deficiencies, through dietary and other lifestyle-related changes.