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Adenine
Definition

What does Adenine do for the body

Adenine or Vitamin B 4 belongs to the Vitamin B complex family. It is an essential micro nutrient required for the proper functioning of the body. Adenine combines with other vitamins to provide energy in the body. It helps in the proper functioning of the Brain and movement of the Muscles. Adenine is important to maintain the integrity of the cell membrane.

Benefits of Adenine

Adenine aids in the proper functioning of the Liver. It prevents the deposition of extra fat in the body. It protects and maintains the proper functioning of the nervous system. Adenine forms an integral part of DNA and RNA. It regulates sleep and cures Insomnia. Adenine promotes the cell formation and ensures healthy tissue development. It balances the blood sugar level prevents Diabetes.

Functions of Adenine

Adenine supports the healthy bowel movement and cures Constipation. It boosts the Immune system and helps the body to fight infections and allergies. Adenine possesses strong Antioxidant property. This property prevents the body from the effects of Oxidative Stress. Adenine prevents Cellular Mutation and formation of the free radicals. Adenine helps to remove Fatigue, Weakness and Debility.

Effects of Adenine deficiency in the body

Retarded growth rate
Blood and skin disorders
Constipation
Nausea
Muscle weakness
Low blood sugar
Sensitivity to insulin
Physical and mental depression
Anemia
Fatigue
Allergies
Weakened immune system

Effects of excess Adenine in the body

Stomach Disorder
Liver Damage
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Adenine

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