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QuestionHi, are there any supplements for Amino acids Taurine and Methionine, or what foods do I get them from.
Both Methionine and Taurine are available in supplemental powder form. Some stores may carry these as bulk lines or as powders in the Musashi product line. You will also find Taurine in many energy production and adrenal health formulas.
Plants do not contain any Taurine and as such the food sources are listed below:
Fish: Most types of Fish contain Taurine.
Meat: Most Meats contain Taurine (20 - 50 mg per 100 grams)
Milk: Human Milk contains high levels of Taurine (Cow's Milk does not).
The following are Methionine rich foods listed as mg/100gm;
Algae: Spirulina 1,150
Parmesan Cheese 1,110
Gruyere Cheese 822
Swiss Cheese 784
Edam Cheese 721
Gouda Cheese 719
Cheddar Cheese 652
Eggs: Chicken Eggs
Fruits: Bananas 11
Legumes: Soybeans and Lentils
Nuts: Brazil Nuts
Proteins: Soy Protein 1,130
Seeds: Pumpkin Seeds Sesame Seeds
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