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Trauma of Suicidal Residual Risk and the affects caused by the facial muscle deposits lack of Leucine in trauma induced Depression.



Leucine and isoleucine as well as valine formulate to the 3 branched-chain amino acids. In total there are 9 essential Amino acids that can only be derived from nutrients in food and liquid. These amino acids are of interest to athletes but also mental health problems clients as well. Lacking facial Leucine can cause Depression caused by trauma and maybe suicide because of a Facial Conformity Disorder. These Amino acids are what make the different types of Protein that the body requires to stay fit and in wellbeing. There are 23 mainstream Amino Acids that make up the Protein needs of a Humanity (!:?).


The key elements of an Amino acid which are the: Carbons, Hydrogens, Oxygens, and Nitrogen formulations. These may relate to Endothermic 'Script' (Erving Goffman) and subliminal inner relays pertaining Core Identity Nitrogen scent release from sweat pores in the skin. So sensual parts of the bodies give Psychosocial 'Streaming as computational Buzzing of tonal noise'. This is via: Exothermic (Interpellation) nutritional qualities adhered to the; Theory of Mind in Hydrogen and Oxygen. That then formulates a Buzzing Psychosocial noised interaction fulfilling; motion via; Congruence of Religiousness. This is when unheard notions are Relative to; Community Psycho-Socializing. This is the history of Carbonising Adaptations within the Ego'ed Brain Identity area of oldest humanity within the Phylogenetic brain area:




1.the branch of biology that deals with phylogenesis.

Compare with ontogeny: another term for phylogenesis.


Source Oxford, U.K 2016 A.D dictionary.


Though other elements are found in the side-chains of certain amino acids, about 500 amino acids are known and can be classified in many ways such as: Scent interaction as a day/night/day continuum. They can be classified and detailed for discussion advancement - for now - to the core structural functional groups' locations as: alpha- (α-), beta- (β-), gamma- (γ-) or delta- (δ-) amino acids and Waves of newly forming Globalizing Frequencies. Other categories relate to polarity, pH level, and side-chain group type (aliphatic, acyclic, aromatic, containing hydroxyl or sulphur, etc.). In the form of proteins, amino acids comprise the second-largest component (water is the largest) of human muscles, cells and other tissues. Outside proteins, amino acids perform critical roles in processes such as Neurotransmitter transport and Biosynthesis. Neurotransmitter signals can be seen as Subconscious relays pertaining to Script narration where the boundary of secrecy is controlled via Humanized Natured Congruence of the need to Congregate in death's truth existing....






According to Dr. Yoshiharu Shimomura in the February 2006 volume of, “The Journal of Nutrition"He says, "As the Branched Chain Amino Acids (BCAA's) may aid in muscle recovery after a strenuous workout" - but I say also, they may also be vital to stabilisation of the Theory of Mind in readjusting to a new formula of high nutritional input from Nutraceuticals in an unbalanced: Theory of nonsupplemented evolving frequencied Globalizing TecHead of Theory of Mind. These via supplemental intake of vitamin and mineral aiding medications based on electro-chemical biological chemistry and modernised industrial areas as well. Also those moving further than Script narration allows natured congruent people's.. This I say as well as via: the 'Body/Brain Barrier' of: (Monica Cassini, 2015 A.D).


If your body does not properly metabolize the 3 Branched-Chain Amino Acids its essential to get help quick. While many protein-rich foods contain Leucine and Isoleucine, certain foods are particularly abundant in these Amino acids.


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L-isoleucine (2S,3S) and D-isoleucine (2R,3R)


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L-allo-isoleucine (2S,3R) and D-allo-isoleucine (2R,3S)


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Leucine and HMB.



HMB, or Beta-Hydroxy Beta-Methylbutyric Acid, is an active metabolite too the Amino acid trauma of Leucine, meaning a portion of leucine is metabolized into HMB within in the body/brain barrier. In essence it is known as the Plasma/Frequency blood flow of trauma of Endothermic and Exothermic reactions in the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic nervous peripheral reactions. Trauma of Leucine is the Branched Chain Amino Acid that has responsibilities for protein synthesis, or muscle growth and connective tissue to skins outer self of mould growth on the exposed skin. At this point connective tissue in the Epidermal Layers of the skin starts the aging process and sometimes trauma of depression.


It is a traumatic Facial Conformity Disorder set in a Psychosocial Buzz of trauma of peripheral motions giving those inner traumatic distortions, so maybe Yoga, Ballet or dance school is a better option for some than a strenuous workout. HMB, in its supplemental from, is commonly used by bodybuilders or athletes who are interested in increasing the benefits of strength training. That training in physical oppositions of mind over matter where Theory of Mind is according to Fashion Trends and Social Sciences as trauma of media devices. Also, a facial massage and a facial cream or pack would be advisable for some with this facial exercising.



Here's a set of articles I am reporting on and updated from the: Food; Fitness; Health web-guide. From various online articles via an article LIVESTRONG.COM  encited: et al. M H. Mathews, SocSci(open), 2016 via Leucine from my works.


Foods That Are Highest in Isoleucine & Leucine


Soy products offer a unique source of protein because they are the only plant-based foods containing nutritionally complete proteins. 'In other words, soy proteins supply all the 9 essential amino acids your body cannot actively synthesize and must receive from your diet', explains Dr. Aaron Michelfelder of Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. Soy Protein Isolate, a concentrated form of soy protein found in Protein supplements and in meat and cheese substitutes, provides 1.9 g of Leucine and 1.5 g of Isoleucine per 1-oz. serving, making this soy product one of the richest food-based sources of Branched-Chain Amino Acids. Tofu and soy milk, in comparison, each contain less than 0.2 g of Leucine and Isoleucine per ounce.


Meats and Fish


Foods That Are Highest in Isoleucine & Leucine


Meats and fish contain nutritionally complete proteins with plentiful Branched-Chain Amino Acids. A 1-oz. portion of beefsteak provides nearly 0.7 g of Leucine and 0.4 g of Isoleucine, and the same amount of pork roast supplies slightly less Leucine and the same amount of Isoleucine. Tuna fish is also abundant in these Amino acids, with 0.5 g of Leucine and 0.3 g of Isoleucine per ounce. Roast chicken and roast turkey each contain 0.4 g of Leucine and almost 0.3 g of Isoleucine in a 1-oz. serving.


Dairy Products and Eggs


Foods That Are Highest in Isoleucine & Leucine


The Leucine and Isoleucine content of cheddar cheese mimics that of beefsteak, with 0.7 and 0.4 g of each, respectively, per ounce. Low-fat cottage cheese is also a rich source of these Amino acids, containing 0.4 g of Leucine and 0.2 g of Isoleucine in a 1-oz. portion. Ounce for ounce, eggs contain a similar amount of Branched-Chain Amino Acids as cottage cheese, with the bulk of these nutrients located in the egg white. In comparison, milk and yogurt offer 0.2 g of Leucine and 0.1 g of Isoleucine per ounce.




Foods That Are Highest in Isoleucine & Leucine


Legumes, while relatively protein-rich, do not supply nutritionally complete proteins to your diet. However, they do offer moderate amounts of the Branched-Chain Amino Acids (B.C.A.A's). Lentils, black beans and pinto beans provide just under 0.2 g of Leucine and nearly 0.1 g of Isoleucine per ounce. While most animal sources of Proteins provide greater amounts of Branched-Chain Amino Acids than plant sources of proteins, legumes contain a fair amount of these nutrients in a fiber-rich...


Food Combinations for a Complete Amino Acid…


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by SANDI BUSCH | Last Updated: Apr 22, 2015, updated December 2016.


Foods High in Branched-Chain Amino Acids


The Branched-Chain Amino Acids (B.C.A.A's) -- Leucine, Isoleucine and Valine -- are three of the eight Essential Amino Acids you must obtain through your diet. They share a similar branched shape, which sets them apart from other Amino Acids, but they’re still used to produce Proteins in your body. They also fill roles that support your muscles and the body/brain barrier due to trauma of mentality stresses and pressures on the Theory of Mind relative to Fashion Trends and Embodiment in the daily Psychosocial trauma of character referencing to traumatised body language. You can count on getting varying amounts of all three Amino acids from Protein-containing foods.


Benefits of Branched-Chain Amino Acids


The Branched-Chain Amino Acids, or B.C.A.A's in shortening, are metabolized in your muscles, where they provide an important source of energy that grows outward. They also promote Protein Synthesis in muscles and reduce exercise-induced muscle damage or frail lines caused by 'Residual Risk' in trauma of Suicide and its links to trauma of depression (Menninger Clinic) according to my resultant works into the effects of trauma of Leucine and Residual Risk Suicidal Attributes to: 'Growing old with trauma of depression' in the 14th June 2016 A.D discussion online with members of the Menninger Clinic. Trauma of Residual Risks in the case of trauma of Leucine may just be a naturalised non-physical illness phenomenom of trauma of Script 'Dissension' above the natural Circadian Cycle?


Plant-Based Choices


Soybeans, baked beans, lima beans, lentils, brown rice, whole wheat, corn and nuts such as almonds and cashews are good sources of Branched-Chain Amino Acids (bcaa), reports the Huntington College of Health Sciences. added extra to the report in this article with.... Of all the plant-based foods, beans have the highest amount of total protein, so they're the best choice for B.C.A.A's. One cup of vegetarian baked beans has about 1 gram of each of the B.C.A.A's as I can confirm with Heinz 57 varieties baked beans in Tomato Sauce here in the U.K. By comparison, 1 cup of cooked brown rice and quinoa have 0.4 gram of Leucine, 0.2 gram of Isoleucine and 0.3 gram of Valine.


Recommended Daily Intake


The recommended dietary allowance for Leucine is 42 milligrams for every kilogram, or 2.2 pounds, of body weight. You should get 19 milligrams per kilogram of Isoleucine and 24 milligrams per kilogram of Valine. Healthy people can get enough B.C.A.A's by consuming their recommended daily allowance (RDA) for total Protein, which is 46 grams daily for women and 56 grams for men. If you’re sick or injured, you may need to boost your BCAA intake reports in a detailed article updated by CLAY MCNIGHT: Jun 15, 2015. Therapeutic dosages range from 1 gram to 5 grams daily, reports NYU Langone Medical Center, but talk to your nutraceutical or Holistic health care provider if you have any concerns about your Protein intake.


L-Leucine Benefits


by SHELLEY MOORE | Last Updated: Jun 03, 2015

L-Leucine Benefits

Cholesterol Levels



During the May 2009 "Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise" study, supplementing the rats with Leucine also increased blood levels of high-density Lipoprotein cholesterol, the so-called "good" cholesterol. Research published in the June 2007 issue of "Diabetes" investigated the effects on cholesterol levels in mice supplemented with Leucine in drinking water. Leucine had no noteworthy metabolic effects on rats eating regular chow. It did produce significant effects on the group eating a high-fat diet compared with other mice eating the same diet without Leucine supplementation. Consuming Leucine resulted in up to a 32 percent decrease in weight gain and a 25 percent decrease in body fat in these mice, along with improving Insulin sensitivity and preventing high blood sugar. The mice receiving leucine also experienced decreased levels of low-density Lipoprotein cholesterol, the "bad" cholesterol, of 53 percent and decreased total cholesterol levels of 27 percent.


So remember if you are so afflicted why worry yourself to wrinkled frailty over it. Get doing some exercise you want and get some good revamping of your nutritional input of these three Amino acids because: at least you can slowly gain an enjoyment called cooking; if not undercook the salad you're growing and throw it out into the garden for nature to feed on.

Even a mould growth can form wonderful shapes, colours and mushrooms.. just leave them outside lollol!



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