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Proteins

Proteins

Proteins

Proteins

Proteins are long chains of amino acids. Protein helps in growth and development of our body. They are also an energy source for the body.

Milk, meat, vegetables are main sources of proteins

About 20% of the portion of our diet should be from Proteins

List of Amino Acids

Alanine
Alanine is a non-essential Amino Acid

Asparagine
Asparagine is a non-essential Amino Acid

Aspartic acid
Aspartic acid is a non-essential Amino Acid

Arginine
Arginine is a non-essential Amino Acid

Cysteine
Cysteine is a non-essential Amino Acid

Glutamine
Glutamine is a non-essential Amino Acid

Glycine
Glycine is a non-essential Amino Acid

Glutamic acid
Glutamic acid is a non-essential Amino Acid

Histidine
Histidine is an essential Amino Acid

Isoleucine
Isoleucine is an essential Amino Acid

Lysine
Lysine is an essential Amino Acid

Leucine
Leucine is an essential Amino Acid

Phenylalanine
Phenylalanine is an essential Amino Acid

Methionine
Methionine is an essential Amino Acid

Serine
Serine is a non-essential Amino Acid

Proline
Proline is a non-essential Amino Acid

Tryptophan
Tryptophan is an essential Amino Acid

Threonine
Threonine is an essential Amino Acid

Tyrosine
Tyrosine is a non-essential Amino Acid

Valine
Valine is an essential Amino Acid

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