Definitions for "L-Lysine"
Lysine is one of the most important amino acids and is involved with protein synthesis that affects all parts of the body. Lysine is found to be deficient in many animal diets, and is widely used in animal feeds and supplements to insure proper levels. Younger horses that are still growing require higher levels then mature horses.
Inhibits the growth of viruses. Used in the treatment of Herpes Simplex virus. Produces L-Carnitine which improves stress tolerance and fat metabolism and has an anti fatigue effect. Promotes bone growth by helping collagen, the fibrous protein which makes up bone, cartilage and other connective tissue.
Is a key amino acid needed for growth, tissue repair and production of antibodies, hormones and enzymes.