Height Increase Supplements Part 33. PROTEINS
Everyone's protein requirements are different, depending upon your size, age and physical condition. A large, young person will require more protein than a small, older person. Proteins have different functions, and work in different areas of the body. There are basically two types of Protein, “Complete Protein” and “Incomplete Protein”.
1. Complete Protein – provides the proper balance of eight necessary amino acids that build tissues, and are found in foods of animal organ such as meats, poultry, seafood, eggs, milk and cheese.
2. Incomplete Protein – lacks certain essential amino acids and is not used efficiently when eaten alone. However, when it is combined with small amounts of animal source proteins, it becomes complete. It is found in seeds, nuts, peas, grains and beans.
Mixing complete and incomplete proteins can give you better nutritional value than either one alone.
Basic solvent for all the products of digestion. It is essential for removing waste from our bodies and 6 to 8 glasses daily is considered healthy.