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第10回AAAW 2019年11月19-20日、東京

On November 19-20, ICAAS organized in Tokyo (Japan) a major scientific workshop (10th Amino Acid Assessment Workshop). We welcomed more than 60 academic experts with an aim to discuss clinical data on safety of three amino acids: histidine, lysine and methionine. In addition, the final session of the Workshop was devoted to emerging science approaches. The Proceedings of the Workshop will be published later this year in J. Nutrition – a major peer-reviewed scientific Journal.
Based on research topics presented during the 10th AAAW, the ICAAS Scientific Advisory Committee proposed the following maximum limits for supplemental amino acids in humans: methionine at app. 3.2 g/day, histidine at 8.0 g/day and lysine at 6.0 g/day. These NOAELs are applicable only to high-purity amino acids and they indicate that there is a ubstantial safety margin for the investigated amino acids.
As ICAAS has indicated in the last decade, the main determinant of safety of ingredients such as amino acids, is their purity and quality.

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