Protein Goes to Structure or Biochemical Functions

The Biochemistry of Exercise and Training stated that, “There is no mechanism for storing excess dietary protein in the body, and any amino acids that are ingested in excess of the immediate requirements are oxidized (burned for energy) and the nitrogen excreted.” Also both the Basic medical Biochemistry Clinical Approach and Essential of Biochemistry stated…

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Animal-Based Protein Stops Bone Fracture

The fact about protein helps stops bone fractures was confirmed in the 1999 study with 32,000 women in Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The study showed the women eating the most meat were 68% less likely to break a hip. It was proven that protein helps bones heal 50% faster too. You have to make sure…

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