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ℹ Proteins are fundamental for the construction, repair and maintenance of the tissues in our body. They consist of hundreds or even thousands of smaller units that we call amino acids, which are connected by peptide bonds and form long chains. There are essential, semi-essential and non-essential amino acids. Essential amino acids are those that cannot be synthesized by the body itself and therefore must be acquired by consuming food. Semi-essential amino acids are created inside the body from essential amino acids, and non-essential amino acids can be obtained from certain types of food but can also be produced by the body. Proteins from animal sources are called complete proteins, as they provide the 8 essential amino acids ( leucine, isoleucine, valine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine and tryptophan ).  In a vegetarian diet, it is necessary to combine different foods so that all the essential amino acids are obtained, thereby providing a substitute for the function of meat.  See More


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    WIN Nutrition 100% Hi-Protein 2lbs (907g)

    The ideal amount of protein per day varies between 2 to 3 g per kg of body weight, depending on whether or not you do sport..

    The steak has got 50g of protein. As such, in order to satisfy your basic protein needs for a good health you would have to eat 5 big steaks per day, or 8 if you do sport.

    100% Hi-Protein Standard is the most practical way to satisfy your daily protein needs.

    • The most economic protein on the market
    • 20g of protein
    • 5 natural sources of protein
    • 5 different time releases
    • 80% concentrated protein
    • Essential amino acids
    • Avoids catabolism
    • Increases muscle mass
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