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Which Foods Contain Arginine?

Tuesday, March 4, 2014 8:27:25 AM America/Chicago

Arginine is an amino acid made in your body that aids in both cell division and protein synthesis. It also helps with the healing of wounds and damaged tissue. It is known for its many benefits, including the decrease of a person’s high blood pressure.

 

While your body makes its own arginine naturally, some people do not make a sufficient amount and need to obtain it from their diet.

Arginine is found in both animal and plant sources. If you consume seafood, such as tuna, lobster or salmon, or you’re a meat eater (liver, chicken, beef, or pork) then you’re getting arginine in your diet. As well, Egg yolks contain the amino acid.

 

Several nuts supply you with arginine, including peanuts, almonds and walnuts.

Most vegetables don’t have arginine, though spinach and lentils are exceptions. Fruits such as kiwi, watermelon and grapes are sources of arginine.

 

If you’re a healthy eater and eat whole wheat, buckwheat, oatmeal, and/or soy-based proteins, these foods are yet another way to get arginine in your diet.

 

Sante Global makes a supplement called Arginine Infusion, a tasty, berry-flavored powder you mix with water. It’s a drink many people enjoy having daily, as it tastes good and has helped multitudes of customers feel better

If you don’t have time to worry about whether or not the food you eat on a daily basis is supplying you with arginine, or you have a poor diet/a physical condition where you feel the need to be healthier, Sante Global’s affordable Arginine Infusion could be the ideal supplement for you.  For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us today.

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