If you’re a vegan‚ an athlete‚ or someone who just can’t seem to find the time to eat a well-balanced diet‚ you may not be getting enough lysine. Lysine is an important amino acid that your body needs in order to function: it helps convert fatty acids into energy‚ promotes healthy cholesterol levels‚ helps your bones absorb calcium‚ and participates in the regeneration of skin‚ tendon‚ and cartilage tissues. Since your body doesn’t produce any lysine naturally‚ so you have to get it from food or supplements. Foods that contain lysine include meat‚ dairy‚ beans‚ legumes‚ and tofu. Athletes require even more lysine than the average person‚ so intake may be even more essential. If you aren’t getting enough lysine‚ you may feel overly tired‚ nauseous‚ dizzy‚ or agitated; you may also end up with bloodshot eyes‚ anemia‚ delayed growth‚ slow healing from injuries‚ or reproductive problems. You should see your healthcare provider if you have symptoms of lysine deficiency‚ because these symptoms could also indicate other disorders. If you don’t eat enough of the foods that contain this important amino acid‚ you may benefit from taking Allergy Research Group’s L-Lysine capsules. L-Lysine may promote strong bones. Each dosage contains 1000 mg of l-lysine‚ which is a pure form of lysine that your body is able to absorb efficiently. One bottle of L-Lysine contains 100 vegetarian capsules‚ which is enough to last one to three months‚ depending on dosage. Allergy Research Group has been making hypoallergenic supplements for over 30 years using the latest scientific research. Because of the high quality of their supplements‚ their formulas are the first choice for many healthcare providers. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products are not meant to diagnose‚ treat or cure any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before starting any exercise or nutritional supplement program or before using these or any product during pregnancy or if you have a serious medical condition.