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Amino Restore and What’s In It For You

Amino acids

Amino acids are some of the most important parts of our diet. Nine amino acids are classified as essential, not just because the body needs them, but because it cannot manufacture enough of them from other substances and must get them from food. Four others are considered essential specifically for children. Amino acids play an amazing number of roles in the functioning of the human body, acting as precursors for enzymes, proteins, hormones, and neurotransmitters. They are essential for growing and repairing bone, muscle, skin, hair, nails, and cartilage. They affect our mood, sleep, memory, concentration, and overall brain health. Amino acids improve acid-base balance, immunity, cardiovascular health, glucose levels, lipid metabolism, and sexual function.

Choline and Inositol

Choline is an ammonium salt classified as an essential nutrient by the Institute of Medicine. It can be found in liver, eggs, codfish, and many vegetables, particularly cauliflower, broccoli, spinach, wheat germ, and soybeans. The body has several uses for choline, including the making of acetylcholine, which is necessary for brain health, intelligence, and synaptic plasticity. Choline is also one of the reasons human breast milk is healthier for babies than formula, and a lack of choline in the diet has increased the risk of neural tube defects. This makes it particularly necessary during pregnancy. Inositol comes in nine different forms, called stereoisomers, but in its most common form, it can be found in oranges, cantaloupe, and other fruits. Inositol plays an important role in helping insulin work in the body, helping the cells maintain their membranes and structures, regulating the level of calcium in the cell, and helping break down and metabolize fats. It can also help keep the lungs of pre-term babies healthy. The human body can manufacture inositol from glucose, but if you’re on a low-sugar diet, you may want an outside source.

An Amino Acid Supplement Known As Amino Restore

TaylorMD Formulations supplies a variety of products to health care providers. One of these products is Amino Restore, a pea protein shake containing amino acids, vitamins,  minerals, choline, inositol, and other nutrients, which can be used to optimize health or as a snack to get you through the day. Unlike other protein shakes on the market, Amino Restore contains amino acids, vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that can help build lean muscle mass and improve energy levels, metabolism, body composition, insulin sensitivity, and brain function. Amino Restore is a protein and vitamin supplement combined in one. The protein in Amino Restore is derived from peas, and it does not contain dairy, making it acceptable for vegans and those with celiac disease.  Dairy-based shakes are most likely to cause inflammation since many people are sensitive to dairy but don’t know it. Amino Restore is available in chocolate and vanilla flavors. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

About Author

 Ava Bell-Taylor, M.D

Ava Bell-Taylor, M.D

Ava Bell-Taylor, M.D., originally from Atlanta, Georgia, received her Bachelor of Science degree from Spelman College. She later received her medical degree from Morehouse School of Medicine. She completed her Family Practice training at Floyd Medical Center in Rome, Georgia and her psychiatry residency at Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Bell-Taylor has extensive post-graduate medical training in Functional, Integrative, and Anti-Aging Medicine. She is certified in Functional Medicine. Ava Bell-Taylor, M.D. is a holistic doctor with a focus on functional and integrative medicine. Combining functional medicine with her knowledge of conventional medicine has enabled Dr. Bell-Taylor to help many patients suffering from depression, anxiety, insomnia, attention-deficient, dementia, and eating disorders. Dr. Bell-Taylor specializes in functional medicine with a special emphasis on how hormone disorders, environmental factors, lifestyle choices, and nutritional deficiencies contribute to brain dysfunction, like depression, attention deficiency, anxiety, insomnia, dementia, and other chronic medical illnesses. Dr. Ava Bell- Taylor is the co-author with her husband, Eldred B, Taylor, M.D, of two must-read books, Are Your Hormone Making You Sick? and The Stress Connection: How Adrenal Gland Dysfunction Effects Your Health.

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