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Cysteine-containing foods – complete list

Cysteine ​​is a nonessential amino acid, which means that our own body synthesizes it. It acts in conjunction with cystine and has detoxify...

Cysteine-containing foods – complete list

Cysteine ​​is a nonessential amino acid, which means that our own body synthesizes it. It acts in conjunction with cystine and has detoxifying properties, so it eliminates toxins and toxic substances from the body. Although our body can produce it, it is not bad to take supplements or even a diet rich in cysteine, as it has many beneficial properties, such as helping the respiratory or digestive system. Of course, always with care, especially if you suffer from an illness, as it also has adverse effects and contraindications. If you want to give an additional contribution of this amino acid to your body, in this Green Health Tips article we tell you what foods contain cysteine.

 

Benefits of Cysteine ​​for Health

Cysteine ​​exerts a detoxifying action that helps the body to cleanse itself, but also has many other benefits:

  • It is antioxidant and prevents the cells from oxidizing. In this way, it has been determined that it can prevent cancer because it helps to decrease cancer cells. This also helps to delay aging.
  • It is very good for vision problems, can prevent vision loss due to macular degeneration or problems such as cataracts or retinal detachment.
  • It acts as a purifier of the lymphatic system, which makes the organism drain better and the system of defenses is in better conditions. It improves fluid retention and pathologies such as arthritis or rheumatic problems.
  • It acts beneficially on the digestive and respiratory apparatus and helps to stabilize glucose levels, very useful to prevent diabetes.
  • It counteracts the negative action of tobacco in the lungs, so it can act against it. Although it does not mean that supplements or a diet rich in cysteine ​​make you smoke more.
  • It reduces bad cholesterol, since it prevents the oxidation of fats and being depurative, is also very healthy for the liver and can prevent diseases like cirrhosis.
  • And it is not only beneficial inside, it helps to improve the growth and strengthening of the hair and nails and to maintain a correct musculature.

Lack of cysteine: consequences

When cysteine ​​is lacking in the body it can cause problems like cardiovascular alterations, predisposition to suffer infections or liver alterations or a greater predisposition to degenerative diseases.

Therefore, it is necessary that cysteine ​​levels are adequate. Thus, although synthesized by our organism, in some cases there may be a malabsorption syndrome that does not have good levels of this amino acid. In these cases, in addition to supplements, it is very useful to know which foods contain cysteine.

Foods rich in cysteine

As we have said, it is necessary to have a good levels of this amino acid and even if our body is in charge of producing it, it is not too bad to take foods rich in cysteine. Above all, it is recommended in the elderly or elderly and in children. Cysteine ​​is usually present in foods with a high protein content.

The foods containing animal cysteine can find:

  • Meats like pork, chicken or duck.
  • Sausages.
  • Eggs and derivatives.
  • Dairy products such as cheese, yogurt ….
  • Fish such as hake, tuna, monkfish …

Vegetable products, legumes and cereals such as:

  • Vegetables such as peppers, cabbages, carrots, onions, garlic, broccoli …
  • Cereals such as pasta, rice or wheat.
  • Soy and derivatives, such as tofu (provided it is fermented)
  • Seitan.
  • Nuts and seeds.

They are also foods rich in cysteine ​​wheat germ and brewer’s yeast, so you could include the beer in the list.

Cysteine-containing foods – complete list

Contraindications and side effects of cysteine

Cysteine ​​is synthesized by the body, however, taking supplements or foods rich in this amino acid may not be advisable for some people. It is not recommended for people with liver or kidney disease. These people should not consume it in large quantities without having consulted the doctor.

Cysteine ​​in large amounts can cause allergic reactions, gastrointestinal problems, vomiting or even diarrhea. This is due to the high levels of oxidation of the body. However, this usually happens with L-cysteine ​​supplements, since foods are often products that we consume on a daily basis.

This article is for information only, in Green Health Tips we have no power to prescribe any medical treatment or make any kind of diagnosis. We invite you to go to a doctor in the case of presenting any type of condition or discomfort.

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