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Health benefits of Threonine:
Vital for the formation of your muscles, tissues and skin and contributes to your liver health

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See the bottom of this page for the ingredients highest in threonine

What is threonine?

It is an essential amino acid that helps maintain the proper balance of protein in the body.

Why does it matter to me?

  • Threonine is important for the formation of collagen which is vital for our tissues, muscles, tendons and skin. It is also important for the creation of tooth enamel.
  • Threonine helps with liver function and prevents and corrects the accumulation of excess fat in the liver, a function similar to that of choline1.
Am I getting enough?

Want to check you are getting enough? Use the food diary to track your food and benefit from daily, weekly and monthly reports. 
Review date: 2/9/2022
Next review date: 2/9/2023
Threonine nutritional information

Top 6 ingredients for Threonine taking into account portion size and cooking retention factors

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Rack of lamb nutritional information

Rack of lamb

3.46g = 247% of your RDA/RI
Beef fore rib roast - boneless nutritional information

Beef fore rib roast - boneless

2.94g = 210% of your RDA/RI
Pheasant - whole nutritional information

Pheasant - whole

2.88g = 206% of your RDA/RI
Beef fore rib roast - bone in nutritional information

Beef fore rib roast - bone in

2.88g = 206% of your RDA/RI
Lamb cutlets - bone in nutritional information

Lamb cutlets - bone in

2.59g = 185% of your RDA/RI
Beef topside w/fat nutritional information

Beef topside w/fat

2.48g = 177% of your RDA/RI