Ideal for those who follow a vegetarian or vegan diet, our Lysine 500mg supplement contains the essential amino acid L-Lysine hydrochloride. It’s mainly found in animal proteins and is needed for the production of carnitine, which is important for energy and metabolising fats. As those who follow a vegan diet can be deficient in this essential amino acid, we’ve ensured our formula is free from animal products and can also be used to help prevent cold sores.
Take 2 tablets, 1-3 times a day.
Keep out of reach of children. Ensure lid is tight and store in a cool, dry, steam-free environment as damp conditions can affect the product quality.
5 From 1 review(s)
By Gabriele - 20 September 2013
I know Linus Pauling and his theories on orthomolecular medicine, I am aware that the Lysine has multiple properties, but I use it together with vitamin C to increase muscle mass. With a gram of lysine and 2 tablets of " immune+" my physical performance increase. I count this supplement in conjunction with alpha lipoic acid an elixir of life.
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