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- EAN: 4009932007084
- Manufacturer product ID: 70800
- PZN: 10270485
- advice: Store in a dry place and not above 25°C. Not suitable for children under 12 years
Amino acids - important protein building blocks for the body
Amino acids are the smallest basis of proteins and are contained as a building block in all body cells. They are considered indispensable for numerous metabolic processes, including the transport and storage of nutrients.
The need for amino acids depends on several factors and can increase with physical exertion, an unbalanced diet or stress.
Humans absorb various proteins through their diet, for example meat, fish, eggs or soy. In the body, these proteins are broken down into their components, known as amino acids, and then converted back into body protein according to a specific blueprint. In this way, dietary protein is turned into structure-forming body protein. This is why amino acids are also known as the "building blocks of life".
The human body consists of hundreds of proteins. However, only 21 amino acids are needed to build the body's own proteins. Basically, these amino acids can be divided into essential (cannot be formed by the body itself) and non-essential (can be formed by the body itself) amino acids.
Doppelherz Amino Acids Vital supplies all 9 essential amino acids with L-valine, L-leucine, L-isoleucine, L-threonine, L-methionine, L-phenylalanine, L-tryptophan, L-lysine and L-histidine.
In addition, the amino acid L-arginine is included, which the body cannot produce in sufficient quantities in certain situations of need and stress conditions. Furthermore, one capsule contains the non-essential amino acids L-tyrosine and L-cysteine.
In case of an insufficient supply of amino acids, the diet can be specifically supplemented with Doppelherz Amino Acids Vital.
Can the need for amino acids be increased?
Our body needs regular and sufficient protein, as it can only store it in small quantities. The amount of protein we should consume depends on our body weight.
The German Nutrition Society recommends around 0.9 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight per day. Thus, the protein requirement of a person with, for example, 70 kilograms of body weight would be 63 grams.
Certain life circumstances, such as stress or heavy physical exertion, can increase the need for protein.
Physically active people should therefore adjust their protein requirement to the respective stress level and consume more protein accordingly.
The requirement is also increased during pregnancy and breastfeeding, because the unborn or breastfed child must be supplied with vital proteins.
With increasing age, the daily calorie requirement decreases, but the protein requirement remains unchanged, since our body needs the protein proteins to compensate for possible tissue losses.
A mixed diet is best suited to meet the need for amino acids, since foods can contain different amino acids in varying amounts.
|Filling quantity (weight):||27,9g|
|Filling quantity (piece):||30|
|health:||Muscles & Bones, Products for her, Products for him|
|country of origin:||EU / non-EU Agriculture|
|Products with organic ingredients:||No|
|age group:||from 12 years|
|Shipping weight:||0,053 kg|
|Dimensions HxWxD (approx.):||125x85x35 mm|
|Made in:||EU (Germany)|
|product group:||Nutritional supplement / over-the-counter medicines|
|further properties:||climate neutral, gluten free, non dairy|
|Manufacturer address:||Queisser Pharma GmbH & Co. KG, Schleswiger Str. 74, 24941 Flensburg|
Manufacturer contact: Queisser Pharma GmbH & Co. KG, Schleswiger Str. 74, 24941 Flensburg, Germany
Queisser Pharma stands for healthy life and holistic well-being. As one of the leading German pharmaceutical companies, we can look back on more than 100 years of company history. At our headquarters in Flensburg, we develop, produce and market a wide range of selected products for the preservation and maintenance of health. Whether pharmaceuticals, medical devices, nutritional supplements or cosmetics - our range consists of high quality products.
Each and every employee personally stands for the quality level of the products of Queisser Pharma. Our customers trust our products. This trust is based on the supply of high-quality, needs-oriented products.
Our task is to meet the demands of our customers for quality every day anew.
The focus of our activities in Germany and abroad are high-quality products for the preservation of health.
Queisser Pharma sells a wide range of over-the-counter medicines and dietary supplements under the Doppelherz brand . The products are sold in Germany in the pharmacy, in drugstores as well as the food retail trade.
In recent years, the product range has been steadily expanded to include innovative products, including the development of a wide range of vitamin and mineral preparations, which are characterized by ever new and intelligent compositions. Every day, customers opt for the company's quality products and make Doppelherz products one of the best-selling nutritional supplements in Germany.
The company history of Queisser Pharma
The company Queisser Pharma can look back on more than 100 years of company history. Comprehensive knowledge about health has a long tradition here.
The history of Queisser Pharma begins in 1897 in a small pharmaceutical factory in Hamburg. The graduate pharmacist Alfred Queisser had come from Lusatia in the district of Dresden to Hamburg to make his fortune as a manufacturer. He focused on the production of health and care products such as creams, liquid soap and toothpaste. Despite difficult circumstances, Alfred Queisser managed to continuously expand the company. He owed this to his extensive talents as a businessman, scientist and imaginative advertising expert, whom he united in one person.
The second root of today's Queisser Pharma was created by the Essen pharmacist Josef Peter Hennes. In 1919, he developed the original formula of today's Doppelherz® energy tonic from herbs and other natural ingredients. The tonic was produced and successfully marketed in the eponymous company founded by him.
Both houses eventually merged into "Queisser Pharma", which has been part of HGDF Familienholding Ltd. since the end of the 1970s. & Co. KG, a long-established Flensburg family business, whose parent company was founded in 1738 in Flensburg.
Queisser Pharma today
Since 1987, Queisser Pharma has its headquarters in Flensburg in the former production areas of a Rumherstellung. In addition to other brand products from Queisser, about 1 million liters of Doppelherz energy tonic are produced, bottled, packed and shipped in line with the market.
Queisser Pharma is guided by tradition and at the same time modern - with much grown experience and specialist knowledge, modern and innovative health products are regularly created.
Demand for health products has been increasing for many decades. Our headquarters in Flensburg has therefore been continuously adapted and expanded to meet the steadily growing popularity. Here many of our products are manufactured, packed and shipped in modern production lines. From Flensburg the products reach all over Germany and all over the world. To date, we have grown to about 300 employees. This makes Queisser Pharma one of the biggest employers in the city of Flensburg.
The future of Queisser Pharma
The market for health is constantly changing. Health is becoming more and more important for every individual as well as for the social institutions.
The self-responsibility for the health increases as well as the consciousness to be able to influence the health and their continuance actively and independently. Increasing life expectancy and the rising share of older people are setting new trends and presenting the healthcare industry with new challenges. For a company involved in health products, there are great opportunities for the future.
Health awareness and demographic change
A modern medium-sized company like Queisser Pharma must actively change in this fast-paced world. A change that is characterized by major market changes, which are caused not least by the demographic development of the population structure in all countries of the world.
Never before have so many people become so old, while at the same time remaining so young, healthy and actively involved in social life. The proportion of over-60s to 100 people between the ages of 20 and 60 will almost double by 2030. In 2050, 78 out of 100 people will be over 60 years old.
Health care and personal responsibility
Life expectancy increases from generation to generation. Even today, the sixty-year-olds can look forward to more than 20 more years of life. With age, there is an interesting trend towards active health care, prophylaxis and personal responsibility. Clearly recognizable is the endeavor to provide your body with everything necessary to achieve a strong and active old age. People know that they can not leave their health today alone to the doctors. They have to take their health into their own hands and act on their own initiative and responsibility.
per daily portion (= 1 capsule)
** No nutrient reference values available
Bulking agent dicalcium phosphate, gelatin, L-leucine 11.3%, L-lysine 9.7%, L-cysteine 7.6%, L-valine 5.6%, L-isoleucine 5.6%, L-arginine 5.6%, L-tyrosine 4.7%, L-histidine 4.5%, L-threonine 4 %, L-phenylalanine 3.2 %, L-tryptophan 2 %, L-methionine 1.5 %, anti-caking agents magnesium salts of fatty acids and silicon dioxide, colorant iron oxides and iron hydroxides
Take 2 capsules daily with some liquid with a meal without chewing.
What are essential amino acids?
Amino acids can be divided into essential and non-essential amino acids. In contrast to non-essential amino acids, essential amino acids cannot be formed by the body itself. Therefore, we must consume them in sufficient quantities through food.
The 9 essential amino acids include:
Which foods contain a lot of amino acids?
Since amino acids are building blocks of proteins, it stands to reason that protein-rich foods are rich in amino acids. Of course, animal foods come to mind first as a good source, but there are also many non-animal products that can ensure an adequate supply of amino acids.
Meat, poultry, seafood:
Lean raw meats (especially beef) are foods with the highest protein content. For example, 100 g of lean beef contains about 30 g of protein, or 100 g of tuna contains about 22 g of protein. As a general rule, the protein content decreases as the fat content increases.
Many amino acids are also contained in dairy products such as yogurt, cheese or buttermilk. Again, the lower the fat, the more protein they contain.
Eggs (whole hens' eggs):
In fact, the protein in hens' eggs represents the highest quality dietary protein. It contains all the essential amino acids as well as many non-essential ones. After breast milk, it is the food with the best amino acid composition.
Proteins are also found in every vegetable food, so it is also possible to cover one's amino acid needs only through vegetable foods.
Pulses, soy products, quinoa, seeds or nuts contain more proteins than fruits, for example.
In principle, you should choose a varied mix of plant and animal foods as part of a balanced diet.