What foods contain tyramine?

What is tyramine? If you are not engaged in the relevant industry, compared to many people who do not know it, then, let’s have a simple understanding of it, tyramine, also known as p-hydroxyphenylethylamine, is a tyrosine decarboxylated product, belongs to the amine class organic compounds, the appearance of white or white crystalline powder, soluble in ethanol, slightly soluble in water, benzene and xylene, It is found not only in spoiled animal tissues, ripe cheese, ergot, but also in meat, fish, beans, fruits and vegetables, and drinks. Tyramine can be obtained not only by breaking down tyrosine or tyrosine but also by reducing p-hydroxyphenylacetonitrile.

Tyramine is a natural trace amine extracted from the amino acid tyrosine, it is also a catecholamine release agent, mainly used in the field of medicine, and in the field of food, the feed can also be used as an additive.

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