Low Methionine diet, and substituting cysteine for methionin

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Low Methionine diet, and substituting cysteine for methionin

#1 Postby ClarkSims » Sat Sep 08, 2012 12:15 pm

I have started researching low methionine diets, and it sounds like a great way
to greatly reduce the chances of cancer, increase the fat burning metabolism in
one's body, and delay aging in general.

Here are my very crude notes so far of different research articles.
http://acumensoftwareinc.com/research.m ... ionine.txt

Does anyone know where I can get:
defatted lentil bean powder
defatted garbanso bean powder
defatted almond powder
rice protein powder
oat protein powder

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Re: Low Methionine diet, and substituting cysteine for methi

#2 Postby C.O. » Wed Sep 12, 2012 4:41 pm

Rice protein powder is probably the most accessible item on your list. The others may be harder to find and more expensive. I'm a whole foods advocate myself so I would say eat more lentils, garbonzo beans, and soaked raw almonds...rather than searching for modified powder forms.
I also am an advocate of eating a variety of foods. I like vega as far as powders go, it has rice protein, as well as hemp, and pea, and tons of other nutritious vegan ingredients. Veganproteins.com is a good place to get protein powders at a decent price. There are some other good brands out there too that run cheaper than vega as well to check out like plant fusion and sun warrior.


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Re: Low Methionine diet, and substituting cysteine for methi

#3 Postby multipass » Wed Sep 12, 2012 8:16 pm

you can get sprouted brown rice protein for a good price with nutribiotic brown rice protein. good taste and quality.

I like the sun warrior and health force products a lot too, but they are just far to expensive imo

here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00014 ... e=&seller=

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