L Lysine are found in vegetables, vegetable juices and in such fermented foods as miso and yogurt. If there is too little L-Lysine in the diet, kidney stones and other health related problems may develop including nausea, bloodshot eyes, dizziness, fatigue, slow growth, loss of appetite, anemia, agitation and reproductive disorders. L-lysine is also known as (S)- 2, 6, -diaminohexanoic acid and alpha, epsilon-diaminocaproic acid, Lysine strengthens circulation and helps the immune system manufacture antibodies.
Supports Healthy Immune System Function L Lysine is an essential (free-form) amino acid that helps support a healthy immune system. As the human body cannot create it's own L-Lysine, it must be derived from diet and supplementation. Two capsules daily will help individuals reach and exceed the minimum suggested daily requirement of 800 mg of L-Lysine.
You must consult to your healthcare physician before taking lysine supplements. Those with heart disease or high cholesterol levels should talk to a healthcare physician before taking l-lysine supplements.