Glycene

Were you looking for information about Glycine? Glycene is a common misspelling of glycine.
 
Glycine is a nonessential amino acid that is found in many foods and is produced naturally in the human body. Although the body typically makes enough glycine that it needs to function normally, some people may choose to use glycine supplements. These supplements are claimed to help with several health conditions, such as schizophrenia, strokes, memory problems, and an enlarged prostate. However, just because glycine is a "natural" product, it does not mean it is safe. Make sure to talk to your healthcare provider about possible risks before using glycine supplements.
 
(Click Glycine for more information on this amino acid, including safety concerns, its effectiveness, and possible side effects.)
 
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