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Foods High in Tryptophan nutrition charts

List of Foods High in Tryptophan

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Soybean contains more Tryptophan than 58% of the foods. 100 grams of Soybean contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Soybean
higher than 58% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Soybean is also rich in Protein, Iron and Potassium
99% Protein
96% Iron
94% Potassium
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Cheese contains more Tryptophan than 58% of the foods. 100 grams of Cheese contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Cheese
higher than 58% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Cheese is also rich in Fats, Calcium and Saturated Fat
95% Fats
95% Calcium
94% Saturated Fat
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Seed contains more Tryptophan than 57% of the foods. 100 grams of Seed contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Seed
higher than 57% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Seed is also rich in Calcium, Fats and Fiber
94% Calcium
94% Fats
93% Fiber
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Romano cheese contains more Tryptophan than 57% of the foods. 100 grams of Romano cheese contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Romano cheese
higher than 57% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Romano cheese is also rich in Protein, Sodium and Calcium
98% Protein
97% Sodium
95% Calcium
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Sesame contains more Tryptophan than 57% of the foods. 100 grams of Sesame contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Sesame
higher than 57% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Sesame is also rich in Calories, Fats and Calcium
97% Calories
97% Fats
95% Calcium
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Liver contains more Tryptophan than 56% of the foods. 100 grams of Liver contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Liver
higher than 56% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Liver is also rich in Iron, Cholesterol and Vitamin B2
96% Iron
94% Cholesterol
92% Vitamin B2
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Sunflower seed contains more Tryptophan than 55% of the foods. 100 grams of Sunflower seed contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Sunflower seed
higher than 55% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Sunflower seed is also rich in Calories, Fats and Phosphorus
97% Calories
97% Fats
92% Phosphorus
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Port Salut contains more Tryptophan than 55% of the foods. 100 grams of Port Salut contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Port Salut
higher than 55% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Port Salut is also rich in Calcium, Saturated Fat and Fats
94% Calcium
93% Saturated Fat
92% Fats
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Pork contains more Tryptophan than 54% of the foods. 100 grams of Pork contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Pork
higher than 54% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Pork is also rich in Protein, Vitamin B1 and Potassium
92% Protein
89% Vitamin B1
84% Potassium
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Tuna contains more Tryptophan than 54% of the foods. 100 grams of Tuna contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Tuna
higher than 54% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Tuna is also rich in Protein, Vitamin B3 and Vitamin A
96% Protein
88% Vitamin B3
87% Vitamin A
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Bran contains more Tryptophan than 54% of the foods. 100 grams of Bran contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Bran
higher than 54% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Bran is also rich in Phosphorus, Fiber and Iron
92% Phosphorus
92% Fiber
90% Iron
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Pumpkin seed contains more Tryptophan than 53% of the foods. 100 grams of Pumpkin seed contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Pumpkin seed
higher than 53% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Pumpkin seed is also rich in Potassium, Fiber and Magnesium
93% Potassium
92% Fiber
90% Magnesium
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Caviar contains more Tryptophan than 53% of the foods. 100 grams of Caviar contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Caviar
higher than 53% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Caviar is also rich in Sodium, Cholesterol and Iron
97% Sodium
95% Cholesterol
95% Iron
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Roquefort contains more Tryptophan than 51% of the foods. 100 grams of Roquefort contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Roquefort
higher than 51% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Roquefort is also rich in Sodium, Ash and Calcium
98% Sodium
94% Ash
94% Calcium
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Flax contains more Tryptophan than 50% of the foods. 100 grams of Flax contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Flax
higher than 50% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Flax is also rich in Fats, Calories and Fiber
96% Fats
96% Calories
93% Fiber
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Cocoa solids contains more Tryptophan than 49% of the foods. 100 grams of Cocoa solids contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Cocoa solids
higher than 49% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Cocoa solids is also rich in Iron, Potassium and Ash
95% Iron
94% Potassium
94% Ash
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Turkey meat contains more Tryptophan than 49% of the foods. 100 grams of Turkey meat contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Turkey meat
higher than 49% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Turkey meat is also rich in Protein, Cholesterol and Vitamin B3
94% Protein
90% Cholesterol
87% Vitamin B3
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Lupin Bean contains more Tryptophan than 49% of the foods. 100 grams of Lupin Bean contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Lupin Bean
higher than 49% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Lupin Bean is also rich in Protein, Potassium and Fiber
99% Protein
93% Potassium
92% Fiber
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Cashew contains more Tryptophan than 49% of the foods. 100 grams of Cashew contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Cashew
higher than 49% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Cashew is also rich in Calories, Fats and Iron
96% Calories
96% Fats
92% Iron
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Lamb and mutton contains more Tryptophan than 49% of the foods. 100 grams of Lamb and mutton contains 0% of the Tryptophan that you need to consume daily. Lamb and mutton
higher than 49% of foods Daily Value 0% in 100 grams
Lamb and mutton is also rich in Cholesterol, Protein and Saturated Fat
88% Cholesterol
86% Protein
86% Saturated Fat
Soybean
Soybean
Cheese
Cheese
Seed
Seed
Romano cheese
Romano cheese
Sesame
Sesame
Liver
Liver
Sunflower seed
Sunflower seed
Port Salut
Port Salut
Pork
Pork
Tuna
Tuna
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