Tyramine

Definition of Tyramine:

An amino acid synthesized in the body from the essential amino acid tyrosine that has a sympathomimetic action and is derived from tyrosine.

Topics Related to Tyramine

Broad Beans

...as a treatment
“...Broad beans should be avoided by those taking monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors due to their high tyramine content.  Raw broad beans contain the alkaloids vicine, isouramil and convicine, which can induce hemolytic anemia in those with the hereditary condition G6PD...”

Hydrazine Sulfate

...as a treatment
“...Foods high in tyramine, such as aged cheeses and fermented products, are also incompatible with MAO inhibitors...”
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Migraine/Tension Headaches

...recommendation Tyramine-containing Foods Avoidance
“...If headaches resolve, reintroduce foods high in tyramine.  If headaches recur, you may be able to control your headaches by avoiding these foods; if not, you may be allergic to other foods.”

Tyramine-containing Foods Avoidance

...as a treatment
“Foods that are riper or have been longer standing tend to have higher tyramine content than fresh or freshly-prepared foods...”
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