Origin: The human body, supplements, and food like red meats (bee fand lamb), chicken, turkey, fish, soy (tofu), beans, dairy (milk), seeds, nuts, whole grains, and eggs
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Overview: L-Histidine is conditionally essential amino acid and is a part of one of the 23 proteinogenic amino acids. It is necessary for the formation of myelin sheath, which surrounds all nerve cells and protects them from damage within the body.
Histidine also protects the body from radiation damage, assists with lowering blood pressure, promotes the recovery process after injuries, and helps to boost the immune system.It is also required for the production of histamines.
- Regulation and utilization of essential trace elements like iron, copper, molybdenum, zinc, and manganese
- Easing symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis
- Combating anemia
Common Dosage: 10 mg/kg of body weight per day