As of 2015, there are no credible medical sources outlining a specific amino acid diet. Generally, individuals who take amino acid supplements as part of their diet do not experience side effects, according to Drugs.com.... More »

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Amino acids are used in the human body to make proteins which help the body grow, repair body tissue and break down food. Amino acids help with muscle control, build muscle tissue and protect the body’s nervous system. T... More »

Amino acids are biologically organic compounds that are merged together to form proteins. Together, these combinations are the building blocks of life. There are about 20 amino acids, eight of which are considered essent... More »

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Amino acid diets contain high protein. An amino acid diet supplies amino acids through protein-rich foods and assists the body with fat loss. Human bodies do not store amino acids for later use, therefore amino acids in ... More »

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The Omnitrition diet is high in lean protein sources and plant based foods. It's broken down into three phases, with each phase being less restrictive than the one that preceded it. More »

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Although there are no medically reliable sources that recommend a specific 15-day diet plan, following a diet that reduces calorie intake by 3,500 calories per week, or 500 calories per day, can be effective for losing a... More »

To maintain a healthy diet, choose lean proteins, whole grains, fruits and vegetables as major sources of daily calories, and consume foods rich in nutrients and low in sugars and unhealthy fats, suggests Healthline. Add... More »

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