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Food supplement L-Lysine PLUS

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L lysine plus

  1. 1. L-Lysine PLUSYour base to smile
  2. 2. „Happiness isnothing more thangood health and a bad memory.” Albert Schweitzer
  3. 3. „Happiness isnothing more thangood health and...”What was the end of the quotation?Never mind! 
  4. 4. BUT what do we need for happiness,so what do we need for good health?
  5. 5. Healthy food
  6. 6. Healthy lifestyle
  7. 7. Healthy environment
  8. 8. Healthy food+ Healthy lifestyle+ Healthy environment= HEALTHY BODY= GOOD HEALTH
  9. 9. What is healthy body?A healthy body contains numberless healthy cells!
  10. 10. HUMAN CELLSThe cell is the basic structural andfunctional unit of life; all organismsare composed of cells.Each cell contains genetic materialthat is passed down during thisprocess.All basic chemical andphysiological functions - forexample, repair, growth, movement, immunity, communication, anddigestion - are carried out inside ofcells.
  11. 11. HUMAN CELLSCells are alive. The individual cells ofyour organs are just as “alive” as youare, even though they cannot liveindependently.This means cells can take energy(can be in the form of light, sugar, orother compounds) and build materials(PROTEINS, carbohydrates andfats), and use these to repairthemselves and make newgenerations of cells (reproduction).The characteristics and needs of anorganism are in reality thecharacteristics and needs of the cellsthat make up the organism. Forexample, you need water becauseyour cells need water.
  12. 12. PROTEINSMost of the activities of a cell(repair, reproduction, etc.) arecarried out via the production ofproteins.Proteins are large molecules thatare made within the cell using theinstructions contained within thegenetic material of the cell.
  13. 13. PROTEINSProteins are composed ofcarbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogenand various selective combinationsof 20 standard amino acids (incase of humans).They play an essential role in thecellular maintenance, growth, andfunctioning of the human body.Serving as the basic structuralmolecule of all the tissues in thebody, protein makes up nearly 17percent of the total body weight.
  14. 14. PROTEINSProtein is found throughout thebody in hair, nails, outer layers ofskin, muscle tissue, the innerstructure of bones, and red bloodcells.Protein is used by the body toperform many functions in thebody including:• Building and repairing body tissues• Producing enzymes• Carrying nutrients throughout thebody• Hormone production• Creating new cells• Maintaining fluid balance• Transporting oxygen throughout thebody.
  15. 15. AMINO ACIDSAmino acids are commonly known asthe building blocks of protein, andspecific bodily functions are dependentupon how strands of amino acids arearranged.There are two groups of Amino Acids:1. Amino Acids, that must be obtainedfrom the diet are: Essential Amino Acids.2. Other Amino Acids, that the bodycan manufacture from other sourcesare called: Non-essential Amino Acids.
  16. 16. AMINO ACIDSThe human organism is basicallycapable of producing 11 of theamino-acids, while the other 9must be supplied for the body bynutrients.In case of intensive stress, we canmore or less produce 7 out of these9 but we are completely incapableof producing LYSINE, for example.
  17. 17. LYSINE L-lysine is classified as an essential amino acid for humans. It means our body is not able to produce Lysine, therefore must be supplied by the diet.
  18. 18. LYSINE• participates in the composition of proteins,• assists the absorption of calcium,• it may have a beneficial effect on the connective tissues and the vein walls, • it may contribute to the formation and maintenance of normal bone structure, fat metabolism, energy producing processes and the appropriate muscular activities, • is necessary for the formation of collagen; thus, every cell of the body needs it.
  19. 19. Natural LYSINE sourcesThe best food sources are fish, chicken, beef,lamb, wheat germ, milk, cottage cheese, and brewer’syeast.Proteins found in grains, cereals and their products aretypically low in L-lysine. E.g. wheat is low in L-lysine;wheat germ, however, is rich in L-lysine.Small amounts of free L-lysine are found invegetables, vegetable juices and in such fermentedfoods as yogurt.
  20. 20. It is time to think!
  21. 21. Are you vegetarian?
  22. 22. Are you on a low protein diet?
  23. 23. Do you perform physical work?
  24. 24. Are you a sportsman?
  25. 25. It is time to thinkabout yourproper LYSINEintake!
  26. 26. L-Lysine PLUSYour base to smile
  27. 27. CaliVita® L-Lysine PLUS Active ingredients: L-Lysine 500 mg Vitamin C 60mg
  28. 28. CaliVita® L-Lysine PLUS Packaging 60 capsules Directions 1 capsule daily or as directed
  29. 29. MAIN BENEFITS L-Lysine PLUS participates in the composition of proteins. Protein is found throughout the body in hair, nails, outer layers of skin, muscle tissue, the inner structure of bones, and red blood cells.
  30. 30. MAIN BENEFITSAssists the absorption of calcium.May have beneficial effects on:- connective tissues- vein walls,- bone structure,- fat metabolism,- energy producing,- muscular activities.Necessary for the formation ofcollagen.
  31. 31. CaliVita® L-Lysine PLUS Your base to smile! The new member of theCaliVita® family is available in the global network!