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High Protein Vegan Foods.

Veganism can be practiced for a variety of reasons, including health, animal welfare, and religious beliefs. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics stated in 2016 that a vegetarian or vegan diet could meet all of the nutritional needs of adults, children, pregnant women, and breast-feeding mothers. Certain fallacies, such as vegans and vegetarians not getting enough protein because they don't eat meat, are debunked by a vast selection of cruelty-free options for meat-free consumers. Continue reading to learn about some of the greatest plant-based protein sources. Many experts agree, however, that a well-planned vegetarian or vegan diet may supply all of the nutrients you require. That so, certain plant meals have substantially more protein than others. And higher-protein diets can increase muscular strength,...

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Food Chemistry and Human Nutrition

The chemistry was not really my favourite subject at school.  But when you attach food to anything it just becomes exciting and important. Food is a necessity since time immemorial and today, it becomes the utmost priority to safeguard food and reduce its wastage. This is where food chemistry topics and impact factor comes into the picture. In countries like India, food is available in abundance, much of it is processed and the use of chemical additives is common. In this scenario, much concern is related to cost, quality, variety, convenience and the effects of processing and added chemicals on wholesomeness and nutritive value. Food chemistry is a discipline of food science which deals with the composition and all the properties of...

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