Once called the bodies "building blocks", Amino acids help to create and build health cells and repair damaged tissue from free radicals or other illnesses. Amino acids also form antibodies to resist influenza and bacteria as well as a myriad of other viruses that can attack the body. Amino acids are a part of the enzyme and hormone system. Amino acids also help to build and form nucleoproteins such as RNA (Ribonucleic Acid) and DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid), which make up our composition. These acids transport oxygen through the body and aid in the generation of muscular activity.
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