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Author: Jane Inglis
ISBN: 0876147805
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Publisher Carolrhoda Books (July 1, 1993)
Language English
Category: For Children
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eBook Proteins (Food Facts) download

by Jane Inglis


Describes the different kinds of proteins, where they are found, and their importance to human growth and nutrition. Includes activities and recipes.

Describes the different kinds of proteins, where they are found, and their importance to human growth and nutrition. Describes the different kinds of proteins, where they are found, and their importance to human growth and nutrition. Format: Library Binding. ISBN13: 9780876147801.

Explore the miraculous precursor of life with our list of interesting protein facts. Proteins found in certain foods are often the cause of allergies because the structure of a protein may trigger an immune response. Proteins found in certain foods are often the cause of allergies because the structure of a protein may trigger an immune response

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Protein Facts for Kids. Learn interesting information about what chemical compounds make up proteins. Find out the answers to these questions and much more with our fun protein facts for kids!

Protein Facts for Kids. What foods are high in proteins? How do proteins work in our bodies? Find out the answers to these questions and much more with our fun protein facts for kids! Protein is a long chain-like molecule that is made up of small units known as amino acids, joined together by peptide bonds. The word protein is derived from the Greek word 'proteios' which means "primary" or "in the lead".

Foods which lack one or more essential amino acids are termed low biological value (LBV) protein or 'incomplete' protein, which are those which come from plant sources. Since different types of plant protein have different limiting amino acids, a combination of plant proteins creates HBV protein mixtures. For example, the limiting amino acid in wheat is lysine, while that in pulses is methionine but a diet containing both wheat-based foods and pulses will provide sufficient quantities of both lysine and methionine to meet requirements for protein synthesis.

Describes the different kinds of proteins, where they are found, and their importance to human growth and nutrition, and includes activities and recipes