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Phenylalanine is an organic compound that belongs to the group of exogenous amino acids, which means that we must provide it in our diet, since our body does not have the ability to synthesize this compound. It is one of the essential amino acids, which is the main nucleus of the natural protein structure. Phenylalanine is essential for the proper functioning of our nervous system, the production of other important compounds, hormones or neurotransmitters. It can be found in protein-rich foods such as meat, fish, eggs and dairy products. Ideal for people who want to improve their cognitive skills, strengthen their concentration and improve their mood during training. Adequate supplementation can support the processes that are responsible for the proper functioning of the thyroid and adrenal glands. There are premises to say that it can support the weight loss process, because it supports the appetite control processes and, as we know, the caloric balance is the main element that is responsible for the weight loss of our body.

Effects and benefits:

L-Phenylalanine is an essential amino acid, as it cannot be produced in the body and is obtained exclusively through external intake.
- maintaining the optimal balance between the neurotransmitters dopamine, adrenaline, noradrenaline:
- a positive effect on protein, lipid, carbohydrate metabolism: maintains muscle mass, increases lipolysis in adipose tissue, stimulates hepatic glycogenolysis, maintains normal blood pressure and blood glucose
- improving memory and ability to concentrate
- inducing well-being, calm and self-confidence
- improving mobility, fluency in speech, reducing hand, foot and head tremors
- improving the level of active thyroid hormones, being a precursor of tyrosine - the thyroid uses L-tyrosine in the synthesis of thyroid hormones
- maintaining an optimal level of melanin (pigment responsible for hair and skin color)
- decrease in appetite:
- reducing food intake by establishing satiety more quickly: increasing the blood level of cholecystokinin (a peptide hormone of the gastrointestinal system responsible for stimulating the digestion of fats and proteins) which inhibits the activity of the vagus nerve at the digestive level
- reduction of intestinal motility and early emptying of the stomach: increase in the level of peptide YY in the intestine



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