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Important ingredients and their role
Peptidase– It is an important enzyme required by the human body and aids the breakdown of proteins into amino acids. The amino acids further undergo hydrolysis to provide the muscle cells with the calories that they require to work out, recover and build the muscles. Amino acids are also building blocks of antibodies which help the body’s immune system in fighting disease causing micro-organisms. An increase in the amount of this enzyme in the body lowers the risks of cardiovascular diseases and other systemic diseases.
Proteases– depending on the target region of the gut, this enzyme comes in two forms, a 4.5 and a 6.0. This is in relation with the different pH values as you descend through the gut. The acidic part of the gut is served by the protease 4.5 which aids in the breakdown of proteins into amino acids and linking them together. Protease 6.0, on the other hand, works in an alkaline environment to break down proteins into amino acids that are further hydrolysed to provide energy in the form of calories. The amino acids help in the formation of important hormones like testosterone and antibodies as well.
BENEFITS ASSOCIATED WITH AMINO MUSCLE
- An appropriately sustained penile erection
- Magnificent sexual performance
- Long hours at the gym
- Elimination of excessive body fat
- Stronger and bulkier muscles
- High testosterone hormone levels (testosterone booster)
- A boost of the body’s immune system
- High caloric provision to the muscles.
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Claire Wilson and Dono Indarto performed a study that was Identifying Natural Substrates for Dipeptidyl Peptidases 8 and 9 Using Terminal Amine Isotopic Labeling of Substrates (TAILS) Reveals in Vivo Roles in Cellular Homeostasis and Energy Metabolism. It was published in the journal of Biological Chemistry. The study concluded that proteases have an important role in the provision of calories for the health growth, recovery and repair of muscle cells. The enzyme has a significant role in metabolism and energy homeostasis.