L-Lysine Mono HCl (hydrochloride)
Pharmaqualität, frei von Füllstoffen und Rieselhilfen
 


Lysine ist eine essentielle Aminosäure:  lebenswichtig ist, wird aber nicht vom Körper hergestellt und muss über die Nahrung zugeführt werden.

Es steigert die Abwehrkräfte und hilft Krankheiten zu bekämpfen, besonders erfolgreich bei Herpeserkrankungen.

Angeblich hilfts bei Calici und Katzenschnupfen nicht (so liest man immer wieder), aber wir haben andere Erfahrungen gemacht. Egal, WAS kommt, Lysine sind mit im 'programm'.

Dosierungsvorschlag:  Erhaltungsdosis (chronisch, ohne Symtome) 250 mg 2x pro Tag.
Bei akutem Fall maximal 1000 mg pro Tag - 500 mg pro Katze alle 12 Stunden

Anwendung: Es kann 10-12 Tage dauern bis eine Wirkung eintreten kann (aber ich gebe es selber bei allen möglichen zipperlein, und finde es wirkt oft erheblich schneller). L-Lysin verhindert die Vermehrung der Herpes-Viren , es tötet aber nicht die bereits vorhandenen ab. Also auch nach Abklingen der erst-Symptome noch weitergeben.

Lagerung: kühl und trocken.




(Uebersetung in Arbeit)

Helps Absorption of Calcium
Canker Sores and Ulcers
Essential in Carnitine Production

Lysine is important for proper growth and it plays an essential role in the production of carnitine, a nutrient responsible for converting fatty acids into energy and helping to lower cholesterol. Lysine appears to help the body absorb and conserve calcium and it plays an important role in the formation of collagen, a substance important for bones and connective tissues including skin, tendon, and cartilage.

If there is too little lysine in the diet, kidney stones and other health related problems may develop including fatigue, nausea, dizziness, loss of appetite, agitation, bloodshot eyes, slow growth, anemia, and reproductive disorders. It is extremely rare, however, to obtain insufficient amounts of lysine through the diet. Generally, only vegetarians who follow a macrobiotic diet and certain athletes involved in frequent vigorous exercise are at risk for lysine deficiency. For vegetarians, legumes (beans, peas and lentils) are the best sources of lysine.

Lysine is involved in the browning reaction, or carmelization, in foods such as pastries, doughnuts, cookies and cereals. In this process, lysine and sugar become linked together in a way that makes lysine difficult for the body to absorb. As a result, a diet high in cereals and baked goods, especially those that contain a lot of simple sugars, can result in low lysine intake.

Herpes and Shingles

L-lysine can be used to treat mouth and genital lesions caused by herpes simplex virus as well as shingles caused by herpes zoster viruses. Taking lysine supplements can speed recovery time and reduce the chance of recurrent breakouts of the herpes infection. Many of the mouth ulcers are caused by an Arginine vs. L-lysine imbalance. Since our diets are usually high of Arginine, L-lysine is needed to keep the proper balance.

Osteoporosis

L-lysine helps improve the absorption of calcium from the digestive tract and prevent loss of calcium in the urine. In so doing, some researchers speculate that L-lysine may help prevent bone loss associated with osteoporosis. In addition, test tube studies suggest that L-lysine in combination with L-arginine (another amino acid) increases the activity of bone-building cells and enhances production of collagen.

 L-Lysine Benefits:

Proper growth and lean body mass
Nitrogen balance in the body
L-carnitine generation in the body
Body absorbance and conserving of calcium
Bone health
Body formation of collagen

 


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