Amount of Glutamic acid, Glu or E, proteinogenic amino acid in Doughnuts, yeast-leavened, with creme filling
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There is g amount of Glutamic acid, Glu or E, proteinogenic amino acid in amount of Doughnuts, yeast-leavened, with creme filling
GLUTAMIC ACID - Glu or E
Glutamic acid is an non-essential amino acid, found in all plant and animal protein, if in need, under normal conditions body can produce enough of glutamic acid, therefore we do not depend on food source to obtain it.
Beside providing building block for proteins, one of its main roles is to serve as a neurotransmitter to help with transmission of nerve impulses, involved in learning and memory. Deficiency is related to compromised gut integrity (leaky gut syndrome) and poor immune system function. All protein containing foods (dairy products, meats, beans, oats) provide us with the glutamic acid.
Determine, under different quantities, how much of Glutamic acid, Glu or E, proteinogenic amino acid nutrient can be found in Doughnuts, yeast-leavened, with creme filling. Calculate and convert the amounts.