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Histidine

Histidine (L-histidine) is one of the essential amino acids that make up proteins in our body.

Histidine is required for the growth and repair of tissues, red blood cell production, and protecting tissues from damage from radiation and heavy metals. It is especially necessary for the formation of  myelin sheaths, which are layers surrounding nerves which enables faster transmission of signals to the brain.