Giperlizinemiya

Content

  • Causes
  • Manifestations
  • Treatment



  • Causes

    The lack of an enzyme (BP-oxidoreductase), which converts the amino acid lysine, is the cause of the disease.


    Manifestations

    The disease is manifested bouts of vomiting,muscle twitching, seizures, and subsequent loss of consciousness (coma). The observed increased blood ammonia, which is determined by the amount of protein in food eaten recently.


    Treatment

    GiperlizinemiyaAssigned to a diet low in protein,which should not exceed 1.5 g per 1 kg of body weight. It is known that the disease does not develop, if the amount of lysine in the food does not exceed 100 mg / kg.

    With the help of special tables compiledLayout-menu for each day, which includes products such as potatoes and carrots - 200 g, 3% -owned rice flour - 100 g egg white - 50 g of cream - 100 grams of bananas - 50 g, dekstrin- maltose - '30

    It is used a special blend of wheat flour, gluten, soy and sunflower oils, starch, dextrin, maltose, vitamins and salts.

    The lysine content of the products (in grams per 100 grams of product):

    1. Milk female - 0.082.

    2. Milk cow - 0.218.

    3. Kefir - 0.209.

    4. Cottage cheese - 0.725.

    5. Eggs - 0.883.

    6. Meat Beef - 2,009.

    7. Meat Chicken - 1,975.

    8. Beef Liver - 1,295.

    9. Cod - 1,551.

    10 Rice groats - 0.142.

    11. Semolina - 0.320.

    12 Buckwheat - 0.431.

    13. oat groats - 0.384.

    14. Millet - 0.226.

    15. Pearl barley - 0.286.

    16. Peas - 0.984.

    17. Wheat flour - 0.120.

    18. Pasta - 0,139.

    19. Rye bread - 0.132.

    20. Bread, wheat - 0.103.

    21. Cookies - 0.080.

    22. Potatoes - 0.113.

    23. Carrots - 0.043.

    24. Cabbage - 0.061.

    25. Tomatoes - 0.026.

    26. Oranges - 0.032.

    27. Lemons - 0,024.

    28. Apple juice - 0.022.

    29. Orange Juice - 0.049.

    30. Lemon juice - 0.032.

    Leave a reply