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How to sculpt your body with the help of protein

 
 
 
 
 
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Do you like to exercise heavily? Do you like to work out? Do you want to look good on the beach? Do you want to burn some more calories? Do you want to sculpt your body? If yes, then you should understand that your workout plan will work only in combination with a proper diet and persistence, Pravda.Ru reports.

Protein is a natural food supplement that our body requires daily, and it is more valuable if it contains a more balanced amino acid composition in it.

Proteins are involved in maintaining the body structure, as well as in the process of division, growth, reproduction and recovery of body cells and muscle synthesis.

Our hair and nails are made of protein, which is called keratin. It includes sulfur and the more curled a person’s hair, the more sulfur it has.

Protein-rich foods can prevent hair loss. Before you hair falls out and can be replaced by new ones, it must have been growing for 2 or 3 years, and in its growth phase, protein plays a key role. Therefore, protein deficiency can cause thinner hair. Eat protein-rich foods and your hair will look and grow better.

Proteins provide us with 10 to 35% of energy. Each gram of protein is 4 calories.

Vegetable protein lacks some amino acids, but it is accompanied by low fat and cholesterol, and has a lot of fiber.

Quinoa, a very popular pseudo grain crops culture, contains all the nine essential amino acids, making it an excellent source of complete protein complex.

Protein must always be a part of our diet because the human body is not able to stockpile it. As all proteins have short life spans inside our body, it constantly need to be replaced.

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