Animal proteins are complete, more bioavailable, and come with fewer calories and carbs than plant proteins. But you can still meet your protein needs with exclusively plant protein sources if you wish. You need to deliberately mix plant sources, and aim for a higher overall intake. Peter Ballerstedt and Simon Hill discuss the pertinent details to help you make better protein choices.
Table of content:
2:41 Peter Ballerstedt, PhD
7:17 Protein intake and requirements for the human body
14:56 Addressing the issue with new protein products
27:15 Thoughts on growing crops for the livestocks
39:29 Simon Hill
46:39 “Protein aware” and the different protein qualities
51:51 About nutrient deficiency on plant-based protein
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