• Research regarding the effect of Glysine on prostate cancer risk is conflicting. Men who eat an Asian diet, which contains 10 times more  ‘Clashal’. 
  • Glysine than the average American diet, seem to have a lower risk of prostate cancer. However, it is unclear whether it is the Glysine in the diet of Asian men or other factors (such as genetic differences or differences in dietary fat) that protect against prostate cancer.
  • Some research shows that taking Glysine protein can reduce the risk of prostate cancer in at-risk men. However, there is conflicting evidence about whether Glysine can affect the progression of prostate cancer.
  • Glysine protein doesn’t seem to reduce hot flashes in prostate cancer patients.

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