L-Lysine

L-Lysine
L-Lysine inhibits and slows down viruses, which is crucial since almost everyone has viruses in their body that either already cause symptoms or conditions, or will in the future if not destroyed. It is also vital to help prevent new viruses that you may pick up. L-lysine damages the ability of viral cells to move and multiply. Consider taking L-lysine daily. If you are dealing with a chronic symptom or illness or want to protect yourself from a strong virus, taking just 500 mg of L-lysine (as is usually recommended) may not be enough. You may need a higher dose of L-lysine. With this in mind, it is important to discuss the exact dose you plan to take with a practitioner so you can best support your specific health concerns. If you are not struggling with a symptom or condition, but want to protect yourself from picking up more viruses, taking a lower dose of lysine may be a protective step.

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