Five foods with more Protein than beef
Workouts don’t require steak
Protein is vital in our diets and many argue that vegetarians and vegans don’t get enough or that it’s too difficult to get all our required proteins.
However it has been learned that we don’t need to combine foods as we once thought to form a complete protein (such as beans and rice).
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Or the downside of up
While animal and fish protein provides power and growth factors that make us strong, there is a cost. Meat takes longer to digest and it often comes laden with hormones and other agricultural chemicals like ractopamine that is used in beef, pork, turkeys and other food animals.
The same growth and performance can be gained from a vegetarian
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Essential protein and primary nutrition
Without getting to deep into the word meanings, lets simply use this definition; a nut is the seed of any fruit and a seed is an embryonic plant enclosed in a covering called the seed coat or husk, usually with some stored food. In other words, nuts and seeds carry the fertilised genetic information and nutrition necessary to grow into
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Essential nutrients for the human body
Proteins are one of the building blocks of body tissue, and can also serve as a fuel source. Proteins are large biomolecules, or macromolecules, consisting of one or more long chains of amino acid residues.
Proteins perform a vast array of functions within living organisms from catalysing metabolic reactions to DNA replication, responding to stimuli, and transporting
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A milk extract
You may have head about recent whey contamination scares, these are insignificant and yet serve as a reminder that milk and its derivative products are not designed for human consumption. Whey supplements are typically made for body builders and those wanting to increase muscle mass.
Whey protein is a nutritional supplement that is designed to be used for muscle gain. It
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