Congratulation to peanut for being a rich source of Arginine
Arginine is an amino acid. Amino acids are building blocks of the protein molecule. A total of 20 types of amino acids take part in the formation of a long chain of the protein. it is just like a garland made of 2o different types of flowers. The number and sequence of each amino acid decide the structure and biological function of the protein. Out of 20 amino acids 9 amino acids cannot be synthesized in the human body so they have to be taken from the diet. Others are interring convertible in the body. To make a protein all these 20 amino acids are required.
Arginine is one of the essential amino acids more found in nuts, pumpkin seeds, pulses like chickpea, lentils, dairy products, etc. Arginine content in raw peanut is about 3.02 g per 100 g. Arginine is a precursor of many beneficial biomolecules of the human body like glutamate (amino acid), creatine, proline ((amino acid)), agmatine urea, and polyamines. The research led to conclude many positive pharmacological, nutritional, and physiological benefits of arginine. Peanut is consumed daily by rural people in India. There are a lot of benefits of Arginine.
Reduction in the CVD like angina, peripheral arterial disease, and heart failure, is a known effect of Arginine. There is a reduction in the risk of vascular and heart diseases, erectile dysfunction, improvement in immune response, and inhibition of gastric hyperacidity are documented. It is also studied as Arginine has been studied as a treatment for hypertension, cancer, dementia, male infertility, diabetes, and obesity. Some research has come with an indication of the positive effect of arginine on the remedy of Erectile dysfunction, Weight loss caused by HIV, Symptoms of kidney inflammation, and kidney function after a transplant, Migraines, Blood pressure, Recovery time after surgery. In some surgical follow-up arginine supplement is recommended by experts.