(35% of collagen)
What is Glycine?
Glycine is the smallest and the second most common of the 20 primary amino acids
found in protein. Glycine makes up a large proportion of collagen (about one third), whereas its percentage
content in other proteins is very small. Glycine helps create muscle tissue and helps convert glucose into
energy. Glycine is similar to GABA and glutamic acid in its inhibitory effects on
neurotransmitter signals in the central nervous system.
What are the benefits of
block of essential proteins
central nervous system
neurotransmission activity of hormones
repair damaged tissues
regulate blood sugar levels
for healthy digestive system
Where can I get Glycine?
The best natural sources of glycine are high protein foods such as fish, beans, meat, cheese
and milk. Glycine is also available as a supplement:
Although you can purchase glycine as a standalone supplement, it makes more sense to us if you
ingest it as part of a more complete homeopathic supplement that not only includes glycine, but a suite of other
ingredients that act together to improve performance and combat aging:
(Ingredients include: Alpha-GPC, GABA, Glycine, L-Arginine, L-Dopa bean extract,
L-Glutamine, L-Isoleucine, L-Tyrosine, L-Valine, L-Lysine, Moomiyo extract and Ornithine alpha
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