|Assay (on dry matter):||≥98.5%|
|Loss on drying:||≤0.30%|
Glycine is an amino acid, a building block for protein. It is not considered an "essential amino acid" because the body can make it from other chemicals. A typical diet contains about 2 grams of glycine daily. The primary sources are protein-rich foods including meat, fish, dairy, and legumes.
Glycine is used for treating schizophrenia, stroke, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), and some rare inherited metabolic disorders. It is also used to protect kidneys from the harmful side effects of certain drugs used after organ transplantation as well as the liver from harmful effects of alcohol. Other uses include cancer prevention and memory enhancement.
1)Tht Glycine food grade is used as nutrition supplemnt and food additives. It is used as food flavoring and sweetners, also used in alcoholic beberage. It can be used as a corrector and buffer for the compositon of win and soft beberage, an additives for making salted vegetables and sweet jams and for making vinegar, fresh juice and sauce, to keep their original color and provide a source of sweet.
2)Medicine grade: It is used as a supplemnt medicine for treating myasthenia progressive and pseudo hypertrophic muscular dystrophy.