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There is no official recommended daily allowance for L-lysine. An L-lysine deficiency can result in nausea, dizziness, fatigue or loss of appetite, as well as anemia and disorders of the reproductive system. Children do not grow properly without L-lysine; it is necessary for your body to produce carnitine, a nutrient that converts fatty acids to energy. Athletes and people who have been badly burned may have a higher need for L-lysine. Vegans who don’t eat beans may not obtain sufficient L-lysine from their diet.
To prevent l-lysine deficiency, one must avoid a high sugar diet, since sugar has been known to bind lysine.
three hours to represent the minimum amount of time that should pass between meals. ...duration between meals of anywhere from three to five hours. This should keep the body in an overall anabolic state without causing problems related to too frequent or too infrequent consumption of meals.