Seaweed might contain • 20-45% protein with a good amino acid profile.
AMINO ACIDS are the “building Blocks” of the body. Virtually every fiber of your body, and the primary substances of all genetic material. Building cells ( needed for cell replacement) and repairing tissue, they form antibodies to combat invading bacteria & viruses. Part of the enzyme & hormonal system these amino acids are not available in adequate quantities, certain biochemical process in the body may not be able to occur, affecting numerous physical and mental functions. They are intimately involved in processes such as the chemical messaging system used by your brain, hormone secretion, and enzyme manufacture.
The building of nucleoproteins (RNA & DNA). Transport of oxygen throughout the body and participate in muscle activity.
When protein is broken down by digestion you get 22 known amino acids.
Eight of them are are essential because they cannot be manufactured by the body.
The non-essential can be manufactured by the body with proper nutrition however
some other amino acids are considered “semi-essential” because humans cannot synthesize them fast enough to meet metabolic needs.
Protein Composition of seaweed:
Tryptophan Lysine Histidine Arginine Glutamate Serine
Threonine Aspartate Proline Glycine Alanine Cystine
Methionine Isoleucine Leucine Tyrosine Tyrosine
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