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Amino Acids and Human HealthAmino Acids and Human Health

There are many amino acids active throughout the body, contributing to production of important biochemicals and various proteins involved in many structures and functions. Supplementation with these peptides has great potential to influence these many areas of health, and basing amino acid products on the growing research on such health benefits is one path to success. Download the free Amino Acids Digital Pulse to explore the latest amino acid research and other factors for successful product development, including bioavailability, taste and regulatory status. Takeaways include: *Most amino acids are synthesized within the body, but some are not made in the body and must come from diet. *Amino acids support several functions in the body, and contribute to heart and brain health, as well as energy sourcing. *Sports nutrition is the primary category for amino acids, although personal care is an emerging area of application.