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GLOSSARY
L-GLYCINE

L-Glycine

 

How does it work?

L-glycine is a non-essential amino acid known for its role as an inhibitory neurotransmitter, helping to reduce hyper-excitability of neurons in the central nervous system.1 It is also required for the synthesis of creatine, an amino acid that provides energy to muscles and helps build muscle tissue and strength.2 L-glycine also helps stimulate the secretion of human growth hormone, improves glycogen storage, synthesises nucleic acids, bile acids and other amino acids in the body, and is also involved in repairing damaged tissues and promoting healing.3

What results can be expected?

Supplementation with L-glycine may assist those wanting to increase muscle mass and performance through increasing the biosynthesis of creatine and secretion of human growth hormone.4 Due to its role in the central nervous system, L-glycine may assist in treating neurobehavioural disorders such as hyperactivity, bipolar disorder, and epilepsy.5

1Amino Acid Studies. (2014). The power of amino acids. Retrieved Feb 2014, from Aminoacidstudies.org: http://aminoacidstudies.org/glycine/

2Amino Acid Studies. (2014). The power of amino acids. Retrieved Feb 2014, from Aminoacidstudies.org: http://aminoacidstudies.org/glycine/

3Balch, P. (2006). Prescription for Nutritional Healing. Camberwell: Penguin pp57.

4Amino Acid Studies. (2014). The power of amino acids. Retrieved Feb 2014, from Aminoacidstudies.org: http://aminoacidstudies.org/glycine/

5Amino Acid Studies. (2014). The power of amino acids. Retrieved Feb 2014, from Aminoacidstudies.org: http://aminoacidstudies.org/glycine/