What are the pros and cons of plant-based proteins?

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What are the pros and cons of plant-based proteins?

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Pros of Plant Protein According to the World Cancer Research Fund, eating no meat เกม joker reduces the risk of developing prostate cancer by up to 35%. Helps to strengthen health. And reduce the risk of many diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and heart disease, so eating protein from plants can help reduce the risk of various diseases.Plant protein, found in nuts and grains Rich in nutrition It is considered a clean protein and does not cause disease. Because it contains beneficial and healthy phytochemicals Moreover, plant protein is easily digested and easily absorbed. Fewer calories than animal protein Good fats are greater than animal protein. No cholesterol More importantly, it can also help reduce the chance of colon cancer as well.

Disadvantages of plant protein
Protein that comes with plants Most of them do not come with the full amount of essential amino acids as meat. Only soy is considered the richest protein and most abundant of the amino acids the body needs of all protein-rich plants. In addition, eating plants containing protein to the same amount of protein from meat. Need to eat enough plant protein. To replace the protein required to receive each dayHowever, plant protein does not have any negative or harmful effects on your body, just make sure you get enough plant protein each day. Because information from the Institute of Nutrition Mahidol University states that people who receive insufficient protein in the body. There is a risk of developing muscle weakness. The body is tired, not refreshing. Low immunity Easily infected, slow wound healing, weak skin And hormone systems, enzymes, malfunctions and death risk when a long-term lack of adequate protein

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