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What is lysine?
Lysine is an essential amino acid that ensures the adequate absorption of calcium.
Why does it matter to me?
Lysine is involved in the production of antibodies, hormones and enzymes. It binds to excessive amounts of minerals or heavy metals in our body to reduce any damaging effects.
How lysine works with…
Vitamin C: Linus Pauling singles out lysine as being a healer of plaques
built up in damaged arteries, which works with vitamin C to restore the health
of the damaged blood vessel, whilst removing the plaque deposits.
More about plaque build-up
The unified Pauling and Rath theory sees plaque build-up as similar to a scab covering a wound, where the underlying damage needs to be addressed before removing the scab. i.e. arterial plaque build-up is preventing damaged blood vessels from rupturing. (see link below)
This research flies in the face of the commonly held belief that it is excessive cholesterol that causes atherosclerosis.
Am I getting enough?
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