Alanin - (DL) 2922498500
Alanine is a nonessential amino acid that is part of the proteins of muscle and nerve tissue.
Is an important source of energy for muscles, brain and central nervous system; strengthens the immune system by producing antibodies; actively participates in the metabolism of sugars and organic acids. It can be converted into glucose in the body, which the body uses as an energy source.
A drop in sugar levels and a lack of carbohydrates in food causes muscle protein to be destroyed. To equalize blood sugar levels, the liver begins to convert the alanine in the body into glucose. This makes it an important source of energy and blood sugar regulator. Alanine is synthesized from the essential amino acids leucine, isoleucine and valine.
Thus, Alanine plays an important role in the human body: participates in the production of lymphocytes (cells of the immune system); regulates blood sugar; helps with prostate diseases in men, if used with glycine; regulates the adrenal glands. It is included in many energy and sports formulas, complex antidiabetic formulas and is less popular as a standalone supplement.