methionine

  1. Harryedgar

    Methionine In A Modern Context - Needed?

    Hey guys - just so y’all know from the start I won’t be posting studies etc as here with kiddies and little time - just checking for thoughts and opinions - would be especially interested in what @haidut might think so - methionine - definitely inflammation promoting, aging etc etc etc - not...
  2. P

    David Sinclair On Extending Lifespan

    David Sinclair talking about how to extend lifespan. I've seen him making the rounds on the interview circuit (Joe Rogan, Google Talks, etc.) over the past year or so. It looks like he's been getting quite a bit of attention. 9:19 - "Well the clock of aging is due to the loss of information...
  3. haidut

    Cancer Is A Metabolic Disease, Diet Is Its Drug

    This is perhaps the most stunning article to date I have seen in mainstream media (MSM). For more than 100 years the story has always been that cancer is a genetic disease due to mutations that turn cells into rampant killing machines. Now, one of the bastions of MSM - the mighty "Atlantic" -...
  4. Luann

    Not Low Carb, But Lack Of Choline And Methionine, Cause Keto Success

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221287781300063X In this study we examined the role of methionine and choline in mediating the metabolic effects of KD. We have found that choline was more effective than methionine in decreasing the liver steatosis of KD-fed mice. On the other...
  5. NathanK

    Taurine Blocks Methionine Absorption

    and lowers homocysteine and therefore atherosclerosis Sounds like it might be worth taking if eating out along with your vitamin E and tryptophan transport blockers Taurine and Homocysteine Reduction Taurine can protect against coronary artery disease by favorably modulating blood levels of...
  6. Hugh Johnson

    The Effect Of Ethanol On One-carbon Metabolism: Increased Methionine Catabolism And Lipotrope Methyl

    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1 ... 3/abstract
  7. P

    Dietary methionine restriction increases fat oxidation in obese adults with metabolic syndrome.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21346062 OBJECTIVE: In preclinical reports, restriction of dietary methionine intake was shown to enhance metabolic flexibility, improve lipid profiles, and reduce fat deposition. The present report is the outcome of a "proof of concept" study to evaluate the...
  8. P

    Methionine toxicity in the rat in relation to hepatic accumulation of S-adenosylmethionine: preventi

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8434940 Rats were fed toxic levels of methionine with or without simultaneous dietary supplements of glycine and serine. Feed intake, growth rate, and metabolite concentrations in intestine, plasma, liver, skeletal muscle, and kidneys were monitored. Both...
  9. J

    High Dietary Taurine Reduces Apoptosis And Atherosclerosis In The Left Main Coronary Artery

    High Dietary Taurine Reduces Apoptosis and Atherosclerosis in the Left Main Coronary Artery
  10. haidut

    Dietary Glycine Supplementation Mimics Lifespan Extension By Dietary Methionine Restriction

    In support of Ray's statements that the benefits of caloric restriction may be due to the absence of specific toxic substances, this study shows that extra dietary glycine mimics lifespan extension by methionine restriction: http://www.fasebj.org/cgi/content/meeti ... acts/528.2 The amount of...
  11. haidut

    Methionine Depletion

    Hi all, As you may know from Ray's writings and general research, feeding animals diets with artificially restricted levels of tryptophan, methionine, cysteine, or histidine generally results in increased maximal and average lifespan. Of those amino acids, methionine is particularly hard to...
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