Table of contents:
Foods rich in proline are mainly gelatine and eggs, for example, which are the richest foods in protein. However, there is no Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for the consumption of Proline because it is a non-essential amino acid.
Proline is an amino acid that helps in the formation of collagen, which is important for the proper functioning of joints, veins, tendons and heart muscle.
In addition, collagen is also responsible for the firmness and elasticity of the skin, preventing sagging. To learn more about collagen see: Collagen.
Other foods rich in Proline
List of foods rich in Proline
The main foods rich in proline are meat, fish, eggs, milk, cheese, yogurt and gelatin. Other foods that also have proline can be:
- Cashews, Brazil nuts, almonds, peanuts, walnuts, hazelnuts;
- Beans, peas, corn;
- Rye, barley;
- Garlic, red onion, eggplant, beetroot, carrot, pumpkin, turnip, mushrooms.
Although it exists in food, the body can produce it and, therefore, proline is called a non-essential amino acid, which means that even if there is no intake of foods rich in proline, the body produces this amino acid to help maintain skin and muscle firmness and he alth.