Importance of Amino Acid
Chlorella is a treasure trove of human amino acids
About 80% of the human body is made up of water and protein. The protein is composed of 20 amino acids. Through the combination of amino acids, our brains, internal organs, muscles and neurotransmitters are formed. Nine of the 20 amino acids that our body needs cannot be synthesized in the body and need to be ingested through diet, so they are called
"essential amino acids".
Amino acids are contained in proteins such as meat, fish, eggs, etc. However, the types and contents of amino acids contained are different. Therefore, even for protein, it is necessary to adequately take in essential amino acids. When there are feelings such as "I don't know what's going on these days, I can't get enough energy", "I get tired easily", "I always get flu easily" and other feelings, it may be a lack of amino acids. The most important point here is to take 9 kinds of essential amino acids in a balanced and comprehensive way. Since nutrients such as amino acids work in combination with the lowest value, even if one of them is missing, the effect will be halved. Although amino acids will not be deficient as long as they have a balanced diet, for modern people who live a diverse and partial diet, amino acids are nutrients that should be supplemented.