Essential Amino Acids
Essential amino acids refer to the amino acids that the human body (or other vertebrates) cannot synthesize or the synthesis speed is far from being able to meet the needs of the body and must be supplied by food proteins. Essential amino acids must be obtained directly from food, otherwise it will not maintain the body ’s nitrogen balance and affect health. There are 8 essential amino acids for adults. The synthesis of histidine in infants and young children can not meet the needs, so there are 9 essential amino acids required for infants (under 4 years old).
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