Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins and play an essential role in various biological processes in the human body. There are a total of 20 different amino acids used to build proteins. These amino acids can be divided into two categories: essential amino acids and non-essential amino acids.
Essential amino acids are amino acids that the human body cannot produce itself in sufficient quantities and therefore must be obtained through the diet. If an amino acid is semi-essential, it means that it can normally be produced by the body, but under certain conditions, such as illness or stress, natural production may not be sufficient. In such cases, these amino acids must also be obtained through diet or supplements.
Common examples of semi-essential amino acids are arginine, cysteine, tyrosine, ornithine, proline, serine, glycine and glutamine. It is important to have a balanced diet to ensure that the body gets enough of these amino acids, especially in situations where the need for these amino acids is increased, such as during recovery from illness or intense physical activity.
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