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foods low in arginine/high in lysine...I'm confused!

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nikkinyc

Hi everyone, Happy New Year!

Does anyone know where I can get a comprehensive list of foods to avoid when following the high lysine/low arginine protocol? I've looked at several websites but with some of the foods they all have conflicting lists. I'm considering going to a nutritionist as I want to make sure I'm not depriving my body of any essential vitamins and minerals but, thought I'd ask here first.

Thanks for your help

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VVK

Just remember that arginine is still an important amino acid - you don't want to completely eliminate it, just find the right balance of lysine:arginine.

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arginine & lysine diet

Thanks for the replies and the info. I have already seen these lists but again, they don't cover all the food groups and other web sites have conflicting info......who's correct? Does that mean that what isn't on these lists doesn't contain arginine???

Just trying to find a regime that could perhaps lessen my ob's (I seem to have them all the time). I did the DMSO & BOL for 2 years and that didn't work, tried the H-Balm and I'm STILL looking for something that actually works. Just started the Dynamiclear so will see how that goes, seems to dry up the lesions in an amazingly short period of time.

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No, the lists generally show foods rich in arginine or lysine. There may be foods that are less known as contributors of either amino acid. If you have specific foods that you are interested in, there are probably nutrition information available if you ask around.

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