L-Histidine, is an a-amino acid, which is proteinogenic in nature and comes under the group of essential amino acids.
It converts into histamine, a powerful blood vessel dilator and actively takes part in immunity. It can also be converted into glutamate and hemoglobin . It is involved in gastric acid secretions and neurotransmission in the central nervous systems. It is also related to circadian rhythms.
It is also an essential substance for those recovering from an illness and surgery. It is needed during growth (in childhood and the teenage years). A deficiency can disrupt normal growth.
L-Histidine is also necessary for the formation of the myelin sheath, which surrounds and protects all nerve cells
L-Histidine is mostly contained in foods rich in protein and is exclusively produced in young plant tissues and is passed on to animals through the food chain.
- Helps in growth.
- Improves immunity.
- Decreases Allergic reactions
- Improves nerve functions and Memory
- Prevents and Treats Alzheimer’s disease
- Increases energy and vitality.
- Boosts muscle mass.
- It protects body from radiation damage.
- It helps in healthy joints.
- Lowers blood pressure