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Home : Food and Nutrition : What Is In Your Food : Protein

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  • Guidelines for a healthy diet - MayoClinic (protein)
    Nutrition for kids — See the current recommendations for protein.

  • Protein Rich Foods
    Common protein rich foods that your kids may be eating and learn if your children are getting enough protein in their diet.

  • How Food Works - Protein
    A protein is any chain of amino acids. An amino acid is a small molecule that acts as the building block of any cell. Carbohydrates provide cells with energy, while amino acids provide cells with the building material they need to grow and maintain their structure. Your body is about 20% protein by weight. It is about 60% water. Most of the rest of your body is composed of minerals (for example, calcium in your bones).

  • Powerful Proteins
    Frequently asked questions about proteins

  • What's In Your Food - Protein
    Proteins form the body's main structural elements and are found in every cell and tissue. Your body uses proteins for growth and to build and repair bone, muscles, connective tissue, skin, internal organs and blood.


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