Amino acids are included in the structure of muscles and cells. There are 20 amino acids of importance for human biochemistry. The 8 are called essential amino acids.
The amino acids via diet come from both plants and animals. We have to get them through our food as we do not produce them ourselves. The individual proteins are built up as a complex network of hundreds of amino acids that are linked into basic units called peptides. Two amino acids bind to a dipeptide, three to a tripeptide, four to a tetrapeptide, and many amino acids bound to form a polypeptide. Numerous polypeptides together form a protein. Our food proteins also have this structure in a dense and complicated network consisting of a very large number of amino acids.
L-Lysine is one of the 20 amino acids used by the body to build protein. Of these 20 amino acids, Lysine is one of the 8 essential amino acids. This means that the body cannot synthesize it itself, but that it must be fed to the body through the diet. Lysine is a free-form amino acid.
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This product is VEGAN and thus suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
L-Lysine is often combined with vitamin C.
The daily recommended dose is 1 capsule two to three times a day on an empty stomach. And preferably in combination with Vitamin C. This product is VEGAN and thus suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
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This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The supplement may not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. The intake of this supplement should not exceed the recommended dose. This product is not intended for pregnant, nursing mothers and children under 18 years.