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Amino acids are the base of the proteins. The food we ingest provides us with these proteins. These proteins are not normally absorbed in that form, they are absorbed after the digestive process. They surpass the intestinal wall in the form of amino acids and then incorporate into the blood flow. From there they are distributed towards the tissue which needs them in order to form the proteins. L-Cystine is an amino acid which is composed by sulphur with anti-oxyde properties among other compounds. It is very important in the synthesis of the Keratin, a protein that is found on the skin, hair and nails. It also plays a very important role in the metabolism of energy and the synthesis of the fatty acids.
Zinc is a chemical element, essential for the human being. It intervenes in the metabolism of the proteins and nucleic acids. It stimulates the activity in approximately 100 enzymes inside our body while collaborating with the good functionality of the immune system. It is necessary for the cicatrisation and intervenes in the perception of the taste, the sense of smell and DNA synthesis. The lack of zinc may produce a delay of growth, hair loss, diarrhea, impotence, eye and skin problems, loss of appetite, weight loss, delay of cicatrisation and smell anomalies.
Vitamins are chemical substances not synthesizable by our organism and presented in small amounts in the food. These vitamins are essential for our health and daily physical activity. Vitamins do not produce energy; that is why calories are not produced. These vitamins act as a catalyser on biochemical reactions, provoking the release of energy. In other words the role of vitamins is to facilitate the transformation followed by the substrates in the metabolic path.