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Amount of Protein in Beef, plate steak, boneless, inside skirt, separable lean plus fat, trimmed to 0" - zero mm fat, select, raw natural

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Proteins play an impressive role in our body. Simply put, without proteins we would not exist!

They actually keep us alive. They provide structure for our skeleton, hair, skin and they are important in almost all chemical reactions that take place in our body. Proteins also form the defense mechanism and protect us from infections and disease. Without proteins our muscles would not move, our eyes would not see and our blood would not clot.

So, to think that protein is merely good to build our muscles is a huge understatement. Also it is good to remind ourselves that protein is found not only in the meat, but also in milk, legumes, eggs, grains and vegetables. Proteins are made up of 20 amino acids, which are often referred to as build blocks of protein. These are further divided into non-essential (meaning our body can provide them) and essential (our body rely on dietary supply to obtain them). Protein is needed by all and to understand suitable source of protein according to individual needs and preferences is important in order to maintain good health. Recommended intake of protein for healthy females is 0.75 grams per kilogram of body weight and healthy males is 0.84 grams per kilogram of body weight.



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