Fish peptides of fish swimming at high speed over long distances

Anserine is a peptide found in animal muscle and is composed of two amino acids, β-alanine and methylhistidine, linked together.
It was discovered when attention was drawn to the athletic ability of migratory fish such as tuna and bonito, which swim long distances at high speed, and migratory birds, which fly long distances without a break.
Anserine can be derived from fish or birds. The Anserine used by Sun Chlorella is extracted from natural bonito and tuna caught swimming in the oceans and we only use raw materials that are 99% purine free.

Pictures of Anserine