- L-phenylalanine powder.
- Essential amino acid.
- Pure, 100% raw.
- Obtained from vegetable sources.
- Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
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L-Phenylalanine powder by RawSeries is a vegan powdered food supplement based on L-phenylalanine from vegetable fermentation.
L-phenylalanine is an aromatic amino acid, essential amino acid group, or nutritionally indispensable, i.e. those that must be provided through the diet.
This food supplement is suitable for vegetarian and vegan diets.
Many phenylalanine products on the market contain a racemic mixture of dextro- and levo-amino acid enantiomers, i.e. they are not pure L-phenylalanine, but DL-phenylalanine.
This form of phenylalanine is different, as the natural form of amino acids is always L-isomerism; our body's proteins are composed almost exclusively of L-amino acids (Novotny and Kleywegt, 2005).
This is why we have selected this form for the production of our product, in order to achieve the highest possible availability, because we are always looking for the highest quality.
Did you know that...
are our amino acids vegan?
Yes, vegans! Amino acids in the food supplement industry are usually obtained from animal sources: bird feathers, mammal hair, even human hair!
This is why most of the free amino acids on the market are not labelled 'suitable for vegans', as they are of animal origin.
At HSN we have one objective: to bring food supplements to the entire sports population, regardless of their ethical position regarding the consumption of animal derivatives.
Why take away the possibility of using L-phenylalanine?
Our product contains only pure L-phenylalanine powder obtained from vegetable sources. Through a fermentation process we are able to obtain the amino acid without using any animal sources at all.
That's why you'll find the 'suitable for vegans' seal on our amino acids, because vegans and non-vegans. We're all HSN!
Mix one-third of a scoop in 100-150ml of water, juice or the beverage of your choice, once a day, preferably 15 minutes before a meal.
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|daily doseper serving|
|Serving size: 1/3 scoop of 5ml (700mg)|
|daily dose: 1/3 scoop of 5ml (700mg)|
|Servings per container: 214|