A typical amino acid profile in the three tablets contains dietary protein formed from amino acids. Amino acids differ in structure and properties and functions, which they perform in the body. Aminogram is a qualitative and quantitative composition of individual amino acids. In terms of functionality of the amino acids are divided into: essential (indispensable) and those which presence in food is not needed, because they are synthesized in the body (endogenous) and showing characteristics of each of the preceding amino acids (conditionally essential amino acid). Functional amino acids include the amino acids fulfilling specific functions in the body: glukogenic, aromatic, ketogenic, sulphur, and others. Amino acids are made of carbon, the oxygens, hydrogen, nitrogen, and sulphur. Depending on the composition of the various elements, they are divided into: sipmle and branched. A typical amino acid profile of the tablets 3 determines the number of amino acids per serving. A portion may also be a 5 or 12 tablets. Amino acid profile in tablets can not be compared to the amino acid content in 100 grams of protein, which may be 80 or even 100% of the product.