schéma Lysine



L-lysine is an "essential" amino acid because the body is not able to synthesize it, which means it must be supplied by the diet. It is found in particular in milk, eggs, chicken, but also in fish and beans.


Biochemically speaking, lysine is classified as a basic amino acid, along with arginine and histidine. Lysine is involved in the structure of proteins, of which it is one of the components.




Biochimiquement parlant, la lysine est classée parmi les acides aminés basiques, de même que l’arginine et l’histidine. La lysine intervient dans la structure des protéines dont elle est l’un des constituants.


This amino acid promotes the intestinal absorption of calcium and can thus help to prevent osteoporosis. In addition, lysine has an antiviral effect, particularly in the case of herpes, which is responsible for the appearance of cold sores. Lysine intake can also help reduce fatigue.


Lysine is one of the 9 essential amino acids the body is not able to synthesize, which makes it essential to bring it with your diet. Lysine is said to have an anti-fatigue action and to play a beneficial role in the prevention of osteoporosis.


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