An essential amino acid. Plays a role in cell-membrane
stabilization, calcium balance, growth modulation and the regulation
of osmotic pressure in the body (water transfer). It is also a
key component of bile, which is necessary for fat digestion, absorption
of fat-soluble vitamins and control of cholesterol levels. A link
has been shown between deficiency in this amino and retinal dysfunction
Studies say that even minute amounts of it
can juice both the male and female sex drives and slightly larger
amounts will speed the muscle building process.
A unique amino acid found in green teas. The
greater the theanine content in green tea, the higher the price.
Theanine increases GABA levels in the brain and counteracts high
and even toxic doses of stimulants, such as caffeine. Sleep time
is improved, spontaneous physical hyperactivity is decreased and
toxicity reactions are markedly reduced.
Theanine can help ofset the length and intensity
of the stimulatory effects of alpha and beta-agonists and caffeine.
It goes beyond helping you relax and sleep well for one night.
Be reversing the excitatory state quickly and safely and promoting
relaxation and restoration of your brain chemisty, you are in
effect priming your body for stimulation once again the following
day. That should allow you not only to grow, but to get even beter
results from your supplements.
A fancy word meaning heat-producing. To make
more heat, your body has to burn more calories. Thermogenesis
occurs with training, with food consumption, and with the use
of selected herbs.
Thiamin (Vitamin B-1)
A vitamin which maintains energy levels, supports
brain function (memory). Aids in digestion. Necessary for metabolism
of sugar and starch to provide energy. Maintains a healthy nervous
system. Alcohol can cause deficiencies of this vitamin and all
the B-complex vitamins.
A herb for sexual deficiency or as a mild aphrodisiac.
It may increase libido and serum testosterone.
An essential amino acid, known for its calming
and mood enhancing effects. It is a naturally occuring ingredient
in turkey that mellows you out and makes you want to take a nap
after the Thanksgiving feast. Tryptophan can also be called 5-HTP
(5-hydrotryptophan) which is made with a slightly different compound
that regular tryptophan.
A conditionally essential amino acid, tyrosine
can elevate mood and is a precursor of the brain neurotransmitters
dopamine, norepinephrine and epinephrine.
"Man who say it
cannot be done should not interrupt man doing it."
- Chinese Proverb
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