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Which compounds in Edam Cheese and Lamb

Discussion in 'Gastrointestinal and Urinary' started by Quirky, Jul 3, 2012.

  1. Quirky

    Quirky

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    I heard a health show a few days ago,
    mentioning a compound in both Edam Cheese
    and lamb (not Vitamin Bs), were helpful for ???
    I lost my notes. It was definitely not Vit Bs,
    it could be an amino acids or something else.

    Whenever I had one type of palpitations, eating
    Edam Cheese or lamb were very helpful. This means,
    I am deficient in ???? I haven't be able to find out since,
    which compound it is.

    Anyone knows???

    Many thanks,

    Quirky
     
  2. anne_likes_red

    anne_likes_red Senior Member

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    It could be tyrosine..
    ? :)
     
  3. Quirky

    Quirky

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    Thanks Anne, it does not ring a bell, and I am
    wondering if it was an amino acid or ???
    I will look up tyrosine. Afraid of taking it though,
    in case, it exacerbates cardiac and thyroid symptoms.
     
  4. Ema

    Ema Senior Member

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    Edam cheese is high in Vitamin K2. Not sure about lamb though...
     

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