Amino Acid Profile in 100g of Supplement is the identification by the manufacturer of the exact content of amino acids in the adopted dose (alternative is the use of the term amino acid content in 100 grams of protein, which can range from 80 - 100% of the content). Proteins (polymers) are the primary component contributing to the proper functioning of the system, the basic units of monomers (amino acids). Amino acids are built from carbon dioxide, oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, and sulphur. Amino acids in the body meet the diversity of functions. They are a building substance, a component of tissue, hormones, and enzymes, and other biologically active substances. In terms of synthesizing the body, they are divided on: essential amino acids (not synthesized in the body, necessary) must be provided in adequate quantities in food, dispensable amino acids (synthesized in the body, which may - not necessarily – complemented by synthetics) and conditionally essential amino acids. Due to the structure: simple amino acids and branched chain amino acids. Because of their functions, e.g.: glucogenic, ketogenic, aromatic, sulphur etc. The description quantitative and qualitative composition of amino acids in food products is called an aminogramem.