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The building blocks of our life and every single cell in our body is made up of protein i.e. bones, teeth, hair, and skin
Genes are responsible for the creation of proteins in our bodies. Genes also contain essential information required to produce protein.
--Energy For emergency --Building muscle --Increasing Bone Strength --Burning Fats in your body:
– molecular transportation across the body – assisting in cell growth and repair – defending the body against germs and viruses
Adults should consume at least 0.8 gm of protein per kg of body weight each day, or a little over 7 g, for every 20 pounds of weight.
Yes, even while the majority of individuals obtain sufficient protein through their diets, some people
1. Almond 2. Cottage cheese 3. Greek yoghurt 4. Milk 5. Protein powder