L-lysine is an essential amino acid and is found in muscle tissue. A healthy, balanced diet will help to achieve an adequate level of the amino acids we need, and we can also add a food supplement.
- Essential amino acid that the body
- Amino acids are the basis of proteins.
- Suitable for vegans, vegetarians and kosher people
- Contains no sugar, salt or starch
Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins and are necessary for many internal functions of the body. They are divided into "essential" and "non-essential" amino acids. Essential amino acids are those that cannot be produced by the body but must be obtained from the diet in order to maintain good health. An insufficient supply of essential amino acids increases the body's need for the non-essential amino acids that it must obtain from the diet. Foods that increase the supply of amino acids include meat, beans, cheese and eggs.
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