Dietary intakes of glutamic acid and glycine are associated with stroke mortality in Japanese adults.

@article{Nagata2015DietaryIO,
  title={Dietary intakes of glutamic acid and glycine are associated with stroke mortality in Japanese adults.},
  author={C. Nagata and K. Wada and T. Tamura and Toshiaki Kawachi and Kie Konishi and M. Tsuji and Kozue Nakamura},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={2015},
  volume={145 4},
  pages={
          720-8
        }
}
BACKGROUND Dietary intakes of glutamic acid and glycine have been reported to be associated with blood pressure. However, the link between intakes of these amino acids and stroke has not been studied. OBJECTIVE We aimed to examine the association between glutamic acid and glycine intakes and the risk of mortality from stroke in a population-based cohort study in Japan. METHODS The analyses included 29,079 residents (13,355 men and 15,724 women) of Takayama City, Japan, who were aged 35-101… Expand
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