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Why and how you should take proteins

The fact of protein diet

About 16 percent of our total body weight is made up of protein. Muscles, hair, skin, and connective tissues are mostly made up of protein. In addition, protein plays a major role in all cells and many fluids in our body. Your most important chemicals, such as enzymes, hormones, neurotransmitters, and DNA, are made up of at least part of the protein.

Although the human body is good at “reusable” protein, they consume protein frequently, so regular replacement is essential.

Food source protein source

Protein is found in both plant and animal foods. Animal sources such as meat, poultry, pork, fish, and wild animals are high in protein. So are bakeries, bacon and meat dishes. The main sources of vegetables include small amounts of grains and legumes.

Vegetarian Vegetarian and Vegetarian Protein Sources: What is it?.



All proteins are made up of small components called amino acids . Our body can produce most of the essential amino acids, but nine of our fragrances come from diet. Animal proteins, such as meat, eggs, and dairy products, contain all the essential amino acids known as whole protein.

Vegetable proteins are also made up of amino acids, but they are called incomplete proteins because plant proteins contain all the essential amino acids.

People who eat animal proteins are not afraid of not getting enough amino acids until they are getting enough protein every day.

Vegetarians who eat eggs or dairy products have no worries about it. Vegetarians who eat only plant based foods should pay attention to their protein sources so that they can get essential amino acids every day. This whole soybeans, koyino or fear this can be a complete feeding or protein rich proteins, such as daily.

What are enriched proteins?

Complete supplements are vegetable proteins that provide all the essential amino acids. For example, grains and legumes are high, because grains contain very little of the amino acid called lysine, but there is a lot of tryptophan, methionine and cysteine. Harm, on the other hand, is high in lysine, but low in other amino acids.

Grains and legumes mix with each other, and when you eat both, vegans can get all the amino acids they need. Salt or seeds and grains are a fortified protein. These proteins do not need to be eaten only for a certain amount of time each day.

Health benefits of protein

For the most part, eating protein rich foods provides your body with tissues, organs, and all the functions you mentioned earlier. Eating protein will help you control your weight because it will take longer to fill up on protein rich foods (be aware that you will feel longer) (be sure to check your calories).

Some protein foods have additional health benefits depending on other factors. Fish such as salmon, tuna, grass and oysters are high in protein and omega 3 fatty acids that are essential for good health. Grains are high in protein, they are high in fiber and contain health promoting fructose chemicals.

How much protein do you need?

Protein needs are based on age, size and level of activity. The standard method used by nutritionists to estimate the minimum daily protein intake is to increase your body weight by pocket (0.7) or weight by 0.37 (0.7). This is the number of grams of protein that should be daily.

According to this method, a person weighing 150 pounds should eat 55 grams of protein a day, 200 pounds 74 grams, and 250 pounds 92 grams.

The best way to assess protein consumption; Seasonal affordability.

USADA has general protein backup tips that can be easily understood based on “yes peers”. These recommendations are for people of all ages and genders and are good for employees:

  • Children 2 - 3 years old - 2 ounces per day
  • Children 4 - 8 years old - 4 ounces I convention per day
  • Children 9 - 13 years: 5 oz peers per day
  • 14 - 18 years old - Females - 5 ounces a day
  • 14 - 18 year olds - 6 ounces a day
  • Women 19 - 30 years: 5 1/2 ounces per day
  • Women 31 and older - 5 Euros per day
  • Men aged 19 - 30 years - 6 1/2 ounces per day
  • Males 31 - 50 years: 6 ounces per day or less
  • Men 51 and over - 5 1/2 ounces per day e

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