Houston Enzymes
Issue 85        
April 2016        
Exorphin Peptides from Food May Affect Cysteine Uptake
Devin Houston, Ph.D.

Crackers and Cheese
Restrictive dietary interventions such as the gluten-free and casein-free diets have shown to be helpful in improving intestinal balance as well as autoimmune and neurological issues. The mechanism as to how such diets help remains unknown. 
In 2014 Dr. Richard Deth of Northeastern University 
published a paper in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry which showed that the opioid peptides resulting from digestion of gluten and casein caused an inhibition of cysteine uptake in two different transformed cell lines.  
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