Biotics Research Amino Acid Quick-Sorb - 2 oz

Biotics Research Amino Acid Quick-Sorb - 2 oz

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Biotics Research's Amino Acid Quick-Sorb is a liquid supplement supplying nine free form L-amino acids which provide a stabilizing effect. Support for normal, healthy blood glucose levels that are already within a normal range.

At their most basic level, amino acids are the building blocks of proteins, and they are essential for every chemical reaction and process that occurs in the body. Of the 21 recognized amino acids, 10 are essential, which indicates that they must be acquired exogenously from the diet as the body is wholly unable to replicate them. A deficiency in even one of these essential amino acids will result is serious health ramifications. A simple way to differentiate the essential amino acids from the non-essential amino acids is the long-used mnemonic PVT TIM HALL (Private Tim Hall) which stands for Phenylalanine, Valine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Isoleucine, Methionine, Histidine, Argenine, Lysine, and Leucine. While amino acids are necessary for life itself, balanced ratios are also crucial for many metabolic processes, particularly as metabolic intermediates to neurotransmitters and other molecules like porphyrins, polyamines, nucleotides, nitric oxide, and heme. The body also utilizes amino acids directly via oxidation to supply energy requirements (glucose regulation/gluconeogenesis).

Healthcare providers often prescribe single, isolated amino acids for the support of specific health challenges. When high doses of a single amino acid are indicated, healthcare practitioners often prescribe the use of a broad spectrum amino blend concurrently as to avoid the potential for amino acid imbalances. Amino Acid Quick-Sorb is a unique liquid amino formula supplying sublingual free-form amino acids. Many people with problematic blood glucose fluctuations have found it to efficiently support normal blood sugar levels. Children, seniors, vegetarians, and people consuming diets high in processed foods or simple carbohydrates are especially prone to amino acid imbalances and deficiencies.