Dietary sources of L-Threonine include beef, poultry, fish, eggs, milk, cottage cheese; grains and leafy vegetables.
Ingredients: pure pharmaceutical-grade L-Threonine. (One 5ml metric teaspoon = 2500mg.)
Serving size: As a dietary supplement for general health, take up to 2g with your favourite beverage between meals.
Tips: Synergistic nutrients are magnesium, B6 and niacin.
Warnings: This product is sold as a food only.
The amino acid, L-Threonine, is a precursor of glycine and essential to the body’s production of collagen.
Collagen is a primary component of connective tissue such as skin and cartilage and a lesser component of tendons, ligaments and bone.
The immune system benefits from L-Threonine’s role in antibody production, and the liver from its preventing fat build-up.
Signs of L-threonine deficiency include a fatty liver, digestion difficulties and emotional agitation.