Origin: Produced by the human body or can be sourced from supplements or food such as meat, fish, poultry, legumes, and dairy.
Also Known As: Glycine
Aminoacetic acid Glycocoll
Overview: L-Glycine is a vital amino acid with only a single hydrogen forming its side chain. It is the second most widespread amino acid found in human enzymes and proteins.
Glycine is associated with the central nervous system which helps with the breakdown of fat cells by regulating the concentration of bile acids. It iso involved in the transmission of chemical signals to the brain.
Studies have shown that it helps regulate blood sugar, aids with muscular growth by providing the biosynthesis of creatine. There is evidence as well that it assists with natural hormone regulation and aids with anti-aging properties to keep the connective tissue and skin flexible and firm.
Common Dosage: 500 mg to 1000 mg