10KeyThings Protein guide


  • What are Proteins?

Proteins are present in muscle, skin, bone, hair and almost every other body part; it is a vital component in building and repairing body muscles, cells and tissues.

  • What are the Sources of Proteins?

Some good sources of proteins include ‘fish, nuts, beans, chicken, egg white, meat, turkey’.

  • How much Proteins should I take?

It is recommended that the calories from proteins should account for 15 to 20 percent of one’s calorie intake. An average adult is recommended to consume at least 0.8 grams of protein per kg of total body weight. A person who does intense physical training is recommended to take 1 to 1.5 grams of protein per body weight.

  • What can happen if I Dont take Proteins?

Protein deficiency leads to Edema (improper collection of fluid under the skin), thinner hair, and weight loss, ridges in nails, pale skin and slow healing.

You may also like to check on the following, in case, you are unknowingly missing a vital nutrient in your diet that can have significant impact on your kids or your health:

Beginner’s guide to:

Calories Carbohydrates Fats Iron
Vitamins Fibre Trans Fat Zinc
Cholesterol Folic Acid Calcium Sodium
Chromium Magnesium Selenium
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