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High Protein Foods.

The second most abundant substance in the body (second only to water) and with functions as varied as providing structure and repair (& growth) of tissue (skin, bone, MUSCLE), to preventing and fighting infection, protein is suitably named (from the Greek word meaning "of first importance").

Proteins are made up of smaller sub-units called Amino Acids.

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Amino Acids
Dietary Protein
Nitrogen Balance
Protein Requirements

Protein Source Comparisons
Protein Efficiency Ratio (PER)
Biological Value (BV)
Net Protein Utilisation (NPU)

Protein Fractions
Protein Supplementation