betaine


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a sweet tasting alkaloid that occurs in sugar beets

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Although L-carnitine and betaine can be synthesized in humans, the intake of these compounds from food could be advantageous for maintaining or improving health.
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Ithaca College's Exercise and Sport Sciences Chair, Thomas Swensen, who supervised the survey, said that betaine might contribute to creatine synthesis, which improves, strength, power and short-term performance, Newswise reported.
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Beetroots are rich in the nutrient betaine that is important for cardiovascular health.
Danisco Animal Nutrition, a business unit of leading global food ingredient specialist Danisco A/S (Denmark), pioneered the development and use of enzymes and betaine in animal nutrition.
Studying more complex eukaryotic phytoplankton in the Sargasso Sea, they found "this whole other class of substitute lipids, which were betaine molecules," Van Mooy said.
The activity of the purified amylases in the absence of NaCl was measured in presence of different concentrations 5, 10, 15, and 20% (w/v) of the osmolytes sucrose, betaine, trehalose, mannitol and glycerol, under standard assay conditions.
BEETROOT contains betaine, a substance which relaxes the mind, and is a great source of fibre.
The samples have been separately soaking (10 minutes) in three different surfactants solution: i) sodium lauryl ether sulfate, SLES, (anionic), ii) cocamidopropyl betaine, CAPB, (zwitterionic) and iii) fatty alcohol etoksylate, FAE, (nonionic) for two surfactant mass fractions (1.
High dietary intake of the B vitamins choline and betaine, found in various plant and animals foods, is linked with lower blood levels of inflammatory markers, according to a recent report.
Also disclosed are methods for modulating the level of glycine betaine and choline-O-sulfate in cells, and increasing the tolerance of transformed plants to osmotic and cryogenic stress.
In experiments using mice and human vascular cells, the researchers said that the administration of beer components including beta-pseudouridine, melatonin and glycine betaine showed some radioprotective effects.