Lysine is essential for collagen production
Supports mitochondrial energy production
Helps to reduce the recurrence of herpes simplex virus
Pure, fermented L-Lysine – nothing else
Refine your routine with L-Lysine Vegan Amino Acid powder from CanPrev. This vegan amino powder provides a high potency dose of pure, fermented L-Lysine in every scoop.
Ideal for anyone wanting to boost daily nutrition, immune function and energy production and combat the effects of overtraining.
Did you know that lysine is needed to make energy? In fact, it has two critical roles. First, it allows Acetyl-CoA to deliver acetyl groups for the Kreb’s cycle (the body’s energy-making process). Second, it’s a precursor to carnitine, which delivers long-chain fatty acids into the mitochondria of the cell to be used as fuel for energy production.
Lysine also plays a critical role in the formation of collagen needed for healthy skin, ligaments, tendons, muscle, bones and joints.
But that’s not all – at 1g 1-3 times per day, lysine helps to reduce the recurrence of herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection (e.g. cold sores).
Its ability to strengthen connective tissue and other proteins including enzymes, hormones and antibodies make it a key role in keeping the immune system functioning properly.
To boost daily nutrition, simply mix with water or blend in your smoothie along with your other favourite powders from CanPrev Powder System.
Vegan and fermented. No fillers, no binders. Just what you have come to expect from CanPrev. Refine your health and redefine your life!
Each scoop contains
L-Lysine (L-Lysine monohydrochloride) 1.5g (1500mg)
L-Lysine is an amino acid that helps in the formation of collagen.
Adults – Take one (1) – two (2) scoops per day or as directed by a healthcare practitioner. Mix product well in one (1) – two (2) cups of liquid (water, juice, etc.) immediately before consumption.
Cautions & Warnings
As with any natural health product, you should consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use of this product, especially if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or following a low protein diet.