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2021-07-09 17:43:33 UTC
I know protein has 19 amino acid. I wanna ask what happens if i have a food with 5grams of protein, which has only 14amino acids, and 10grams of a food which has the left amino acids which were not in the previous food, how many grams of good quality protein would i get. Also, would time between those 2 meals be a factor towards calculating the grams of protein which my body will synthesize?
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2021-10-11 07:43:06 UTC
<p>&gt;would time between those 2 meals be a factor towards calculating the grams of protein that my body will synthesize? </p><p><br></p><p>It's a difficult question to answer because the body makes strange things in a different part of the time/day. It depends on the speed, stress and previous nutrition day, and many more.</p><p><br></p><p>&gt;I know protein has 19 amino acids.</p><p><br></p><p>On average! and it depends on the quality of the protein</p><p><br></p><p>&gt;I wanna ask what happens if I have food with 5grams of protein, which has only 14amino acids, and 10grams of food that has the left amino acids which were not in the previous food, how many grams of good quality protein would I get.</p><p><br></p><p>I can not answer this question, because I'm not a doctor, but the grams that you talking about are average, this means that it is totally correct what you are saying. BTW, if you easy protein, like chicken/fish you will get all the quantitative amino acids that you need</p>
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2021-10-19 08:34:16 UTC
<p>take the suppliments :)</p><p>&gt;would time between those 2 meals be a factor towards calculating the grams of protein that my body will synthesize? </p><p><br></p><p>It's a difficult question to answer because the body makes strange things in a different part of the time/day. It depends on the speed, stress and previous nutrition day, and many more.</p><p><br></p><p>&gt;I know protein has 19 amino acids.</p><p><br></p><p>On average! and it depends on the quality of the protein</p><p><br></p><p>&gt;I wanna ask what happens if I have food with 5grams of protein, which has only 14amino acids, and 10grams of food that has the left amino acids which were not in the previous food, how many grams of good quality protein would I get.</p><p><br></p><p>I can not answer this question, because I'm not a doctor, but the grams that you talking about are average, this means that it is totally correct what you are saying. BTW, if you easy protein, like chicken/fish you will get all the quantitative amino acids that you need</p><p>0</p><p>0</p>
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