Serving size: One half tablespoon per day (1 1/2 tsp.)
Servings per container: 48
P-RNA stands for phytonutrient ribonucleic acid. Ribonucleic acid is responsible for building proteins and protein synthesis in the body.
To understand RNA function one must understand protein function. A protein is a group of molecules composed of elements and amino acids. These are in all living cells and many substances such as enzymes, hormones and the antibodies that are necessary for the proper functioning of any living organism. They are absolutely essential to all animal diets and to the growth and repair of tissue in the body. Without RNA, protein would not be produced or synthesized by the body. This is why RNA is so vitally important. There are 3 types of RNA: messenger RNA, transfer RNA and ribosomal RNA. Messenger RNA is responsible for taking messages from your DNA (your gene structure) and providing a template or a single strand mirror image for your amino acids to link up with. This is where transfer RNA comes in. Transfer RNA seeks out and brings each individual amino acid to the chain and parks it in its particular slot where it will do the most good and be the most beneficial. Now enters rRNA (ribosomal RNA). Ribosomal RNA provides the machinery or energy needed to start the protein synthesis process.
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