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…essential amino acid also serves as a lipotropic agent to stop fat accumulation in the liver and is a classic chelator of lead, mercury, cadmium and other heavy metals, where these dangerous elements are bonded and finally excreted out of the body. Methionine is also responsible for the production of collagen which makes skin more supple and improves hair and skin quality. Because it serves as a lipotropic, L-Methionine is important in…

…inactivates harmful free radicals responsible for premature aging of cells and tissues. Methionine was first isolated from casein powder in 1922. It was classified as belonging to a group of compounds which were called lipotropics; the group included other compounds like choline, inositol and betaine all having properties to lower blood cholesterol. Although methionine was nonexistent during the ancient times, the natural sources of this…

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