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Connective tissue supports, connects, and even separates your tissues and organs. It also makes up all sorts of body parts including but not limited to your bones, joints, cartilage, tendons (muscle to bone), and ligaments (bone to bone).Read More
Amino acids are critically important to all aspects of human physiology -- they are indeed the building blocks of life! There are twenty amino acids that can be differentiated by three groups: essential amino acids, conditionally essential amino acids, and non-essential amino...Read More
Arginine is a non-essential amino acid -- meaning arginine is an amino acid that is produced in the body from other amino acids, and therefore is not required in your diet to survive. Now although it is not technically an essential amino acid, arginine has to be the best kept ...Read More