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Glycine is the smallest and simplest of all the amino acids involved in protein synthesis. Produced naturally by the body, it is essential for the proper functioning of the brain, for the development of the muscles, the strength of the connective tissues and the quality of the bile.
 
Glycine is also used for the synthesis of glutathione (main detoxifying the body), hemoglobin (oxygen carrier) and creatine (a source of energy for intense muscular contraction).
To all those who see diminish the strength, agility and cardiovascular endurance on continued age.
 
For athletes obliged to intense training (particularly for those who lift weights), which often procure injury to tendons and joints.For those who wish to begin a body purification process by and improve the state of health as a whole.For all persons held out, anxious and iperemotive whose sleep is disturbed.
 
Glycine is one of the two main messengers involved in putting a brake on the neuronal activity. By interrupting the communication between the specialized brain cells (motor neurons), practice a relaxing outcome on the central nervous system and induces relaxation. The intake of glycine as a supplement before bedtime significantly improves the quality of sleep, especially in the case of emotional hyper individuals who have difficulty falling asleep.
 
Glycine is an important constituent of bile salts essential for digestion of fats. Bile salts have a prominent role in the purification of the body, by binding to toxic substances into harmless molecules, changing their easy to expel by the biliary route.
 
By promoting the release of growth hormone, glycine exerts a significant anti-aging effect. This amino acid preserves lean muscle mass, strengthens bones and increases physical strength, sexual vigor and overall well-being.
 
The glycine promotes the production of good quality collagen. It slows down the appearance of wrinkles and helps to keep joints strong and elastic the arteries. This amino acid also speeds healing of bone fractures and lacerations of connective tissues (tendons, ligaments).
 
Glycine is an amino acid found naturally in human proteins. In addition to being one of the bricks that form proteins, glycine is involved in the transmission of nerve impulses.Glycine is an inhibitory neurotransmitter of the central nervous system with the GABA similar action, especially in the spinal cord and brainstem. It facilitates a relaxation of nervous tensionmuscular and an hypno-inducing physiological effect.
 
Some studies report that would be able to interfere with the blood supply from some cancers and hence it could help fight cancer. The intake of glycine is recommended in the treatment of schizophrenia, stroke, benign prostatic hyperplasia and some rare metabolic diseases.
 
Furthermore, this amino acid is used to protect the kidneys from any side effects of drugs administered in cases of organ transplantation and to protect the liver from the harmful effects of alcohol. Glycine is eventually proposed in preventing cancer and to enhance memory.