L-Serine is a non-essential amino acid synthesized from L-Glutamine. It is proteogenic and plays an important part in collagen for both skin and connective tissue. It is an essential precursor for acetyl choline biochemistry and may be indicated in connective tissue disorders or injuries.
Features of L-Serine:
- L-Serine is a non-essential amino acid that plays an important part in collagen for both skin and connective tissue
- L-Serine may help with connective tissue disorders or injuries. Every cell in the body contains serine in the form of phosphatidylserine, which lends flexibility to cells' outer membranes.
- Serine plays a role in activating blood and connective tissue cells and regulating blood coagulation, and tissue repair.
- While the essential amino acids threonine and lysine play a critical role in forming healthy connective tissues, serine improves cell membrane flexibility. However, all three amino acids are important for the vitality and elasticity of your connective tissues and for a robust immune system.