Glycine (L-Form)

Promotes Muscle Growth

200 gram container


Primary component of collagen

    Muscle Feast L-Glycine:

    Promotes Muscle Growth

    Repairs and Protects Joints and Cartilage

    Improves Digestion

    Slows the Effects of Aging and Builds the Immune System by helping the body to produce glutathione

    Calms the Nerves and Feeds the Brain

      What is L-Glycine?

      L-Glycine, or glycine, is a non-essential amino acid, which means your body can produce it on its own if not enough glycine is available through your diet. Glycine is the smallest amino acid in size, but it has many powerful effects on your body and is involved in a variety of biochemical reactions. Glycine is found naturally in animal products, including meat, fish, poultry, and dairy, but can also be ingested as a nutritional supplement. Because glycine is naturally produced by your body, it has very low toxicity, and any excess glycine that you eat will be excreted in your urine. Ask your doctor about glycine before using it as a nutritional supplement to make sure it is right for you.

      What are the benefits of L-Glycine?

      Glycine is important for the construction of healthy DNA and RNA strands, which are the genetic building blocks that are necessary for the proper function of your body's cells. Glycine is one of the three amino acids that forms creatine, which can help to promote muscle growth and energy production during exercise. Glycine is also the primary component of collagen, the non-contractile connective tissue that makes up most of your skin, tendons, and ligaments.

      Glycine acts as a glucogenic amino acid, meaning it can help your body regulate blood sugar levels and provide glucose to various body tissues for energy.

      Your digestive system relies on glycine in order to function normally. Glycine is found in high concentrations in your gallbladder and assists in the production of bile, which is a substance used to digest dietary fatty acids. Glycine is a common ingredient in antacids because of its ability to balance the acid-base ratio in your digestive tract.

      Glycine may also have positive impacts on your nervous system. Glycine affects the production of brain neurotransmitters, which are essential for maintaining normal brain function and emotions. Glycine supplementation may also help treat symptoms associated with sleep deprivation.

      Glycine is the second most widespread amino acid found in human enzymes and proteins, which is why it has roles in nearly every part of the body.

      It’s one of 20 amino acids used to make protein in the body, which builds the tissue that forms organs, joints and muscles. Of the proteins in the body, it’s concentrated in collagen (the most abundant protein in humans and many mammals) and also gelatin (a substance made from collagen).

      Some of the most attractive attributes include promoting better muscle growth, healing the lining of the GI tract, and slowing down the loss of cartilage in joints and skin.

      While high-protein foods (like meat and dairy products) do contain some glycine, the best sources — collagen and gelatin — can be hard to get. These proteins are not found in most cuts of meat and instead are obtained from consuming parts of animals that today most people throw away: skin, bones, connective tissue, tendons and ligaments.

      People who are ill, recovering from surgery, taking medications that hinder certain metabolic processes or who are under a lot of stress can all use extra glycine for recovery.

      Recommended dose of L-Glycine:

      5000 mg taken 1-3 times per day.

      Please consult with your medical professional before taking this supplement. 

      If you have liver or kidney disease, you should not take amino acids without asking your doctor. It is crucial that you always speak to a knowledgeable healthcare provider before taking any dietary supplements. This advice is also recommended for anyone suffering from a health condition.

      Pregnant and nursing women should only take an amino acid after consulting your physician.

      Any side effects of L-Glycine?

      Glycine seems to be safe for most people when taken by mouth or applied to the skin. Most people do not experience side effects, although there have been a few reports of nausea, vomiting, stomach upset, and drowsiness.


      This product has a sweet taste.  Most people will mix a serving in water.



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