Cysticercosis due to Taenia solium is one of the most common public health problems in various regions of the world. We have performed proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H MRS) experiments of the fluid aspirated from cysticerci excised from skeletal muscle (n = 16) and brain (n = 9) of infected swine to compare the metabolite pattern of cysticerci in different predilection sites. Perchloric acid extract of cysticercus cysts excised from skeletal muscles (n = 16)was also prepared to ascertain water-soluble, low molecular weight metabolites using1H MRS. Absolute quantification and statistical analysis of different metabolites was done to look for any significant differences in different locations of cysts. The metabolite pattern of cysticerci was found to be similar in the various predilection sites. Metabolites observed were leucine, valine, alanine, lysine, glycine, lipid contents, lactate, glutamate, acetate, succinate, creatine, choline, and glucose. Concentration of creatine in cysticercus fluid of cysts removed from the muscle was found to be significantly higher (p = 0.001) than the cysts located in the brain. We conclude that the metabolite pattern in the cysticerci is not influenced by the surrounding tissue location; however concentration of certain metabolites may depend upon the tissue location.