All of us have long known that amino acids are the main basis of the building material of which all proteins of the body are composed and without which not one process in our body can be done, be it the production of various hormones, the restoration of physical and mental tonus or the catabolism of subcutaneous fat and even the intellectual activity of our brain.
All this ultimately requires a large amount of protein in our body. Not to mention the fact that the protein itself and amino acids are the main building material and the main source for muscle tissue. There are 20 proteinogenic amino acids in total, nine of which are essential amino acids.
- It is these amino acids that we receive only with food. Our body cannot independently synthesize them in our body in sufficient for this amount.
- But all the other amino acids are interchangeable