Aspartate Transaminase

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What is AST?

Aspartate Transaminase (AST) is an enzyme that resides in several organs (pancreas, heart and more) but is most associated with liver health. Similarly to ALT, AST is released into the bloodstream when liver cells are damaged.


What does AST do?

AST’s main function is to catalyze the reactions between aspartate & glutamate. It is therefore a crucial enzyme in amino acid metabolism.  

What are the effects of unhealthy AST Levels?

High levels of AST indicate signs of liver injury or disease. Other heart-related or pancreas-related issues can often be caused as a result of elevated AST. Chronic alcohol/drug consumption, obesity, certain medications and supplements are common causes of elevated AST levels.

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