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1/17/2019 3:36:57 PM

Threonine

Health benefits of Threonine:
Vital for the formation of your muscles, tissues and skin and contributes to your liver health

Description

See the bottom of this page for the ingredients highest in threonine

What is threonine?


It is an essential amino acid.

Why does it matter to me?


Threonine is important for the formation of collagen which is vital for our tissues, muscles, tendons and skin. It is also important for the creation of tooth enamel.

Threonine helps with liver function and prevents and corrects the accumulation of excess fat in the liver, a function similar to that of choline.

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Review date: 8/1/2018
Next review date: 2/1/2019
Threonine

Top 6 ingredients for Threonine taking into account portion size and cooking retention factors

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Beef shin

Beef shin

225g
15.19g = 1085% of your RDA/RI
1085%
Pheasant - meat only

Pheasant - meat only

300g
3.3g = 236% of your RDA/RI
236%
Lamb shank - bone in

Lamb shank - bone in

450g
3.12g = 223% of your RDA/RI
223%
Rack of lamb

Rack of lamb

400g
3.11g = 222% of your RDA/RI
222%
Beef fore rib roast - boneless

Beef fore rib roast - boneless

225g
2.94g = 210% of your RDA/RI
210%
Pheasant - whole

Pheasant - whole

500g
2.88g = 206% of your RDA/RI
206%