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Hi Cb,

What they are referring to is the fact that proteins cannot be properly broken down without sufficient stomach acid as the protein digestive enzyme pepsin requires acidity to work.

This does not apply to amino acid supplements though since they do not need to be provided by the breakdown of proteins.

Although amino acids can compete for absorption so high levels of one amino acid can block the absorption of other amino acids.

Glycine is actually the smallest of the amino acids and is readily absorbed and utilized.


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