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To answer your question directly, there is no inherent difference between plant and animal amino acids. If the amino acid profile of one source is identical to another, its potential value or utility is also identical. Most amino acid are, after all, created by plants, and subsequently consumed and utilised by the grazing and foraging animals that we farm ...


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There are 368,400 different proteins but only 9 of them are essential to human survival. Fortunately plants have all 9 types of essential proteins. Each type of protein is made of different amino acids. Protein digestion begins in the mouth, kind of...humans unlike other animals lack enzymes in the saliva capable of pre-digesting proteins but we have ...


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As a preface, it is important to point out that there is no evidence to support the claims made by your source. In fact, a large body of scientific literature suggests that the maximum amount of protein we can utilise is about 2.0 g/kg/day (0.9 g/lb/d), with approximately 1.5-1.6 g/kg/d (~0.7 g/lb/d) being optimum for most strength, power, and endurance ...


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You're fine with 1 gram per pound. Also I do 1 gram per pound of lean mass, because naturally if you're overweight you don't need to use your weight as a measurement. Here is what I eat: Fage yogurt(20 grams of protein, the 0% fat one has 18) Packaged or canned salmon(30 grams) Packaged or canned tuna(30 grams) Chicken(40) Turkey(40) Skim milk(fairlife ...


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