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A ‘healthy’ outlook all round for the Premium Ingredient Company – selling in 100-plus countries worldwide….

March 14th – Premium Ingredient Co Ltd specialise in producing, marketing and distributing a wide range of health products and operates a practical, one-stop-shop solution to the supply of  food, beverages, diet supplements, pharmaceuticals and feed in more than some 120 countries and territories world-wide. 

With more than 10 years operational experience, Premium Ingredient Co Ltd, backed by up-to-the minute on trend market information offers the highest quality products – innovative amino acids, vitamins, nutrition and food additives and more. Premium are a new IMD member – https://www.internationalmilling.com/companies/premium-ingredient-co-ltd/

Based on its soundly developed and highly organised factory production programmes, the Premium Ingredient business successfully secures on time delivery of its quality products at competitive prices, supported by a sustained, attentive after-sales advisory service.

A key product sold by the company are Amino acids and on their web site – premiumingredient.com is some useful review information regarding this product. 

The 20 Amino Acids and Their Function – The amino acids are organic compounds formed by carboxyls and amines. These compounds bind to form proteins and other macromolecules. They are divided into two groups: essential and non-essential.

Essential amino acids are those that can not be synthesized by the human body autonomously. For this reason, this type of amino acid must be ingested through food.

Foods with the highest content of essential amino acids are meats (including fish), eggs, dairy products, nuts and some vegetables. 

Non-essential amino acids are those that can be produced by the human body (specifically by the liver) without the help of external agents.In general terms, the functions of amino acids are as follows: Regulate the sleep cycle and wakefulness; Synthesizing hormones; Stimulate the synthesis of muscle proteins; Improve the circulation of oxygen in the muscles; Regulate brain activity (such as alertness and feelings of depression); Produce and store energy; The essential amino acids are eight: phenylalanine, tryptophan, lysine, methionine, threonine, isoleucine, leucine and valine.

The non-essential amino acids are: glycine, alanine, serine, cysteine, aspartic acid, glutamic acid, asparagine, glutamine, arginine, tyrosine, proline and histidine.