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L-Glycine What do the "L" 's stand for in these types of ingredients .
Without going into in a chemistry lesson the ingredients above molecularly exist in 2 forms - isomers. Each isomer is given a letter "D" or" L" to denote which molecule is being reffered to. See http://www.creative-chemistry.org.uk/molecules/optical.htm
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