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Amount of Isoleucine (Ile or I) α-amino acid in Fish, whitefish, eggs (Alaska Native)

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Isoleucine is one of the three branched-chain essential amino acids, meaning we have to obtain it from the food or nutritional supplements as our body cannot manufacture it within biological processes.

The isoleucine is an important nutrient for the repair and healing of the muscles. It is involved in energy production and helps to increase endurance. Isoleucine participates in the formation of haemoglobin (protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen around the body). It also regulate blood sugar levels. Important food sources of isoleucine include animal protein (chicken, eggs, fish, beef, milk), legumes, almonds, spinach, watercress, alfalfa, swiss chard and cabbage.

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