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 Thomas Rau, MD on Proteins and Amino Acids

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MessageSujet: Thomas Rau, MD on Proteins and Amino Acids   Dim 28 Déc - 16:43

Proteins are often referred to as the building blocks of your body. that's because proteins drive every hormonal and metabolic function in your body, and every cell is maintained by and new cells build from different proteins. of course, not all cells are alike... that's because proteins in turn are constructed from different amino acids arranged in varying configurations. so it's more accurate, and practical from a nutritional point of view, to think about our dietary needs in terms of individual amino acids....

you can eat a variety of foods during the week or over several weeks. after digestion, your liver mixes and matches to come up with just the right blend of amino acids necessary to build the proteins your body signals it needs.

In addition, your body can make the proteins its needs. recent scientific studies have shown that among its many functions, the liver actually synthesizes new amino acids from old and damages proteins that are being discarded. that why Dr. Raw's way recommends you eat only 40 to 50 grams of protein a day; no more is needed. if a part of your body calls for an amino acid not readily available from food, the liver can make it up...

Even if you ate almost no protein, you could get most of what you needed from your own body for months, except for the eight amino acids your body cannot construct. these vital building blocks, which must be acquired through food, are called the essential amino acids. for proper optimization and use of proteins to maintain health and guild and repair cells, you must ingest these essential amino acids, because your body cannot produce them from scratch.

essential amino acid requirement are not large. each day, all you need is a maximum for 15 to 20 grams. ... what is important then is not just how much protein, but what kind of protein. and there are much better sources of high-quality protein than meat. my diet prescribes meals containing foods like peas, corn, beans, avocadoes. soy products, chestnuts and quinoa which are properly balanced in proteins and rich in these essential amino acids. so assuming you are getting enough of the essential amino acids, much of the remaining protein is no only superfluous, but counterproductive.

what happens to the extra protein you don't use? your liver acts as the trash collector, "digesting" as much as it can, which produces ammonia, a substance toxic to humans. normally, the liver converts this ammonia to urea and passes it off to the kidneys, which dispose of it in urine. too much protein actually puts a strain on the kidneys. for every 50 grams of protein digested, your body must contribute 3 cups of water to dilute the resulting uric acid that is excreted. that's why you urinate frequently after eating meat...

when there is so much protein being processed that the system cannot handle it all, ammonia backs up into the blood, leading to both hyperacidity and a toxicity so great that if it continued, a person could collapse an eventually die.
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MessageSujet: Re: Thomas Rau, MD on Proteins and Amino Acids   Mar 30 Déc - 1:39

saviez-vous qu'il y a dans une tasse de:
lentilles: 18 g de protéines
lait : 8 g
brocoli: 6g
riz: 4g
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