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I am not a food expert, and have no expertise in this area. My review is limited to the products I personally have tried and bought. I have not been able to try any of the others. I also have never tested any of the products on animals or people.

I don't make these recommendations based on personal opinions, but because of my experiences as a nutritionist. My advice is based on the research I have done and based on the studies I have read and seen about protein. Protein is a protein source. You can eat protein with almost any meal. However, protein is a much more complex molecule than carbohydrates or fats. Protein is composed of a protein group, a carbohydrate group, an omega-3 fatty acid group, and a sugar group. The more complex the molecule, the greater the nutritional value and the greater the energy value. Protein is made by a process called protein synthesis. A typical protein protein supplement, like whey protein, consists of approximately 30 amino acids and is found in most protein powders. There are more than 400 amino acids that make up protein, and some of the more common ones are: Glutamine Glycine Proline Leucine Aspartic acid Lysine Proline Alanine Phenylalanine Methionine Threonine Aspartate Tryptophan Serine Aspartate Isoleucine Phenylalanine Valine Leucine Lysine Proline Isoleucine Lysine Alanine Tryptophan Lysine Valine Alanine Tryptophan Isoleucine Valine Aspartate Lysine Valine Methionine The amount of amino acids is very important.

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