Does grapefruit have trypsin in it?

Answer A grapefruit does not have trypsin in it. Trypsin is a natural enzyme found in the pancreas portion of the human digestive system. Its job is to break down proteins, and the acids in a grapefruit c... Read More »

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What effect does grapefruit have on Lipitor?

Many medications cause dangerous interactions with other drugs when taken together, but, in some cases, things you eat and drink may also pose a threat. An example of this is the combination of gra... Read More »

Where does trypsin cleave?

Trypsin cleaves peptides on the carboxyl terminal side of a lysine or arginine amino acid residue, unless a proline residue lies on the carboxyl side of the cleavage site. The cleavage reaction cat... Read More »

Do grapefruit trees have thorns?

Thought to be a West Indies native, grapefruit is a dome-shaped bushy evergreen tree. Its characteristic citrus family glossy leaves are dark green with some unusually blade-shaped spines or thorns... Read More »

Does grapefruit burn fat?

A study conducted by the Division of Endocrinology of the Department of Nutrition and Metabolic Research at Scripps Clinic in La Jolla, California, appears to show that grapefruit can aid in fat bu... Read More »