Foods high in amino acids include meat, fish and dairy products and some vegetarian foods, such as quinoa, buckwheat, hemp seed, chia seeds and soy. These foods contain high amounts of protein, which breaks down to amino... More »

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A few good ways to memorize an amino acid list are using mnemonic techniques, list linking techniques or enhancing memory using Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation. Trying several methods and choosing the method that... More »

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Dr. Oz and Greenopedia.com both have lists of foods organized by degree of acid-production. Rense.com and EnergiseForLife.com feature comprehensive lists of both acidic and alkalinic foods, while Healthy.com lists the to... More »

Animal products, such as meat, dairy and eggs, as well as plant-based foods, such as soybeans, nuts, quinoa and buckwheat, all contain amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and are an essential dail... More »

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Foods that contain essential fatty acids include fish, shellfish, hemp seed, flax seed (linseed), soy oil, chia seeds, canola oil (rapeseed), sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, almonds, olive oil, eggs, wholegrain ... More »

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Foods that are high in oxalate are soy products, wheat germ, quinoa, potato chips, French fries, nuts and nut butters. High oxalate fruits are berries, kiwis, figs and purple grapes. Vegetables to limit include rhubarb, ... More »

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Foods that are high in magnesium include toasted wheat germ; sunflower seeds; legumes; whole grains; green, leafy vegetables; seafood; nuts; meats; tofu; almonds; quinoa; pumpkin seeds and dairy products. Fortunately, ma... More »

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