Arginine is a ?-amino acid, one of the most common naturally occurring amino acids found in proteins. A person who wishes to avoid consuming arginine must abstain from most forms of red and white meat, poultry, dairy, wh... More » Food Food Facts

The top foods rich in arginine include the liver of the Steller sea lion, low-fat sesame flour seeds, two of the potassium types of soy protein isolate and cottonseed flour. Other foods that are rich in arginine are unsw... More » Health Nutrition & Diets Nutritional Content

Animal proteins provide the richest sources of L-arginine. Seafood, such as tuna, salmon, shrimp and crab, contains high levels of the amino acid, while beef, pork, poultry and most dairy also provide a rich supply. Argi... More »

Arginine is an amino that is used by the body to make proteins. It is also created in a laboratory and used medicinally for the treatment of various ailments including the common cold, heart and blood vessel conditions i... More » Health Medications & Vitamins Vitamins & Supplements

Arginine is a basic amino acid that is found in the active centers of proteins. It binds phosphorylated substrates and is good at binding phosphate anions. It has a positively charged guanidino group that helps with the ... More » Science Chemistry Organic Chemistry

Individuals should avoid highly acidic foods if they are prone to acid reflux. People are more susceptible to acid reflux if they are overweight, pregnant or a smoker, explains Medical News Today. Untreated chronic acid ... More » Food Food Facts

Carbohydrates and essential fats, along with proteins, are macro-nutrients that provide the human body with its main source of energy needed for all bodily functions, including metabolic function. Carbohydrates are easy ... More »