Amino acids


Last update: 2.5.2017.


Supplement Watch - Methionine

Methionine is an essential amino acid.

Essential amino acids cannot be created by the body from other other compounds. This is why these amino acids must be taken from food.

What is Methionine needed for?

Assist with metabolic function

Supplies sulfur (and other compounds) that are required by the body for normal metabolism and growth.

Breaks down fat

Helps the digestive system

Where can you get Methionine?

Broccoli, almonds, eggs, fish, garlic, meat, oats, onions.

External links

Wikipedia-Methionine MedlinePlus-Amino acids