Histidine

Histidine is a precursor to the synthesis of carnosine and histamine, which plays an important role in our immune system. It makes a positive effect on digestive processes and releases in the stomach enzyme called gastrin, which is the essence of our digestion.

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Histidine is an organic chemical compound from the group of amino acids or exogenous. The human body is able to synthesize it itself, but for various reasons, usually dictated by physiological needs, it is necessary to provide them exogenously (supplementing or with food). Histidine is a precursor to the synthesis of carnosine and histamine, which plays an important role in our immune system. It makes a positive effect on digestive processes and releases in the stomach enzyme called gastrin, which is the essence of our digestion.