The principal dietary sources of niacin are fruits & vegetables (tomatoes, avocados, sweet potatoes, carrots, asparagus, broccoli, leaf vegetables), animal products (fish, chicken, beef, eggs, milk, liver, kidney, heart) and seeds (legumes, whole grain products, nuts). The principal dietary source of L-Carnitine is red meat. The principal dietary sources of potassium include orange juice, potatoes, bananas, avocados, cantaloupes, tomatoes, broccoli, soybeans, brown rice, garlic and apricots. The three branched-chain amino acids (BCAA) leucine, isoleucine and valine are among the essential amino acids for humans and occur naturally in various protein sources, such as red meat or dairy products.
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