Amino Acid Growth Factors
Growth factors act as signaling molecules between cells in the body. They stimulate cell growth, survival and repair. Amino Acid Growth Factors offers five powerful amino acids that support the formation of these molecules for numerous systems in the body, including the immune, digestive and circulatory systems, in order for them to work properly. They also help to maintain the solidity of the body’s organs and systems through a positive nitrogen balance. Amino Acid Growth Factors may also support the formation of growth factors for muscle accretion, which is the continued breakdown and synthesis of proteins in the body with the recycling of amino acids. This unique formula also helps with the building up and strengthening of the immune system, the digestive tracts lining, and circulatory health.†
Exclusive InVite® Health Features of Amino Acid Growth Factors
- Made with Non-GMO Ingredients
- Made following cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices)
- Scientifically Formulated
- Convenient Powder Formula
Suggested Usage: As a dietary supplement, adults mix one (1) scoop (10.95 g) daily in 8 oz. of water or juice on an empty stomach, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
|Serving Size: 1 Scoop (Approx. 10.95 Grams)
|Servings Per Container: 30
|Amount Per Serving
|* Daily Value (DV) not established.
Other Ingredients: None
As a dietary supplement, adults mix one (1) scoop (10.95 g) daily in 8 oz. of water or juice on an empty stomach, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
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The Science Behind Amino Acid Growth Factors
Research from Nutrients explains how supplementation with L-Glutamine helps to promote gut health, immune health and cardiovascular health. L-Glutamine exerts potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects in the circulation and helps with glutathione production. L-Glutamine also promotes cardiovascular health by serving as an L-arginine precursor to optimize nitric oxide synthesis and balances nitrogen. 
Research from Drugs under Experimental and Clinical Research found that supplementation with L-Lysine helps to support the immune system in humans. A study looked at L-Lysine supplementation among participants with recurrent infection. An increase of neutrophils and chemotaxis was found. 
Research from Current Drug Targets, Immune, Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders states that supplementation with L-Arginine helps to promote wound healing and a healthy immune system function. L-Arginine, initially classified as a non-essential amino acid, participates in multiple biological processes including release of several hormones, collagen synthesis during wound healing and non-specific immunity. L-Arginine is needed for nitric oxide production and this process appears to play a key role in the regulation of the inflammatory process. 
Research from the BMC Nutritional Journal states that supplementation with L-Ornithine may help to promote relaxation and stress relief contributing to cardiovascular health. L-ornithine may play a direct role in the central nervous system, relieve stress and improve sleep and fatigue symptoms in humans. L-ornithine is a non-essential, non-protein amino acid. In a clinical study published in the BMC Nutritional Journal it was concluded that Serum cortisol levels and the cortisol/DHEA-S ratios were significantly decreased in the L-ornithine supplementation group in comparison with the placebo group. Also, anger was reduced and sleep quality was improved in the L-ornithine group. 
Research published in Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care states that L-Glycine supplementation appears to possess several protective effects, including anti-inflammatory, immune-modulatory and direct cyto-protective actions. L-Glycine acts on inflammatory cells such as macrophages to suppress their activation and the formation of free radicals and inflammatory cytokines. 
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