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Meat & Foods rich in Branched-Chain Amino...

Red meat and dairy foods are the richest sources of protein and branched-chain amino acids. This includes beef, bison, lamb, goat, cheese, milk and yogurt.

Soybeans, baked beans, lima beans, lentils, brown rice, whole wheat, corn and nuts such as almonds and cashews are good plant sources of branched-chain amino acids

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Measured in serving

There are 6 benefits of Meat & Foods rich in Branched-Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs), including:

Injury Musculoskeletal outcome
Minor decreased risk of Injury
Musculoskeletal system

1 study

Heart Attack (Myocardial infarction - ACS) Cardiovascular outcome
Minor decreased risk of Heart Attack (Myocard...
Cardiovascular system

2 studies

Inflammation Lymphatic outcome
Minor decreased risk of Inflammation
Lymphatic system

1 study

Strength Musculoskeletal outcome
Minor increase risk of Strength
Musculoskeletal system

1 study

Anaerobic Exercise Capacity Musculoskeletal outcome
Minor increase risk of Anaerobic Exercise Ca...
Musculoskeletal system

1 study

Exercise Recovery Musculoskeletal outcome
Minor increase risk of Exercise Recovery
Musculoskeletal system

1 study

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There are 3 risks of Meat & Foods rich in Branched-Chain Amino Acids (BCAAs), including:

Type 2 Diabetes Lymphatic outcome
Strong increased risk of Type 2 Diabetes
Lymphatic system

1 study

Obesity Musculoskeletal outcome
Increased risk of Obesity
Musculoskeletal system

1 study

Lung cancer Respiratory outcome
Increased risk of Lung cancer
Respiratory system

1 study

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