Proteins in food, and the trick of complementarity

Proteins in food, and the trick of complementarity

Animal food in general is a good source of protein because it has a lot of highly bioavailable proteins and it also has a very high protein quality, all the essential amino acids we need, and in the right proportions. If you think about it, our requirement for amino acids roughly reflects the amino acidic […]

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Why Diet Might Be a Big Deal for Mental Health

[ ♪INTRO ] When it comes to physical health, mountains of evidence will tell you that a healthy diet is important. And it is. But a growing body of research is showing that diet is important for mental health, too. And before you click away, no, I’m not about to show you 10 superfoods to […]

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Construction of Protein Standard Curve – Amrita University

Construction of Protein Standard Curve – Amrita University

Construction of Protein Standard Curve Lowry’s assay for total protein is one of the most commonly performed colorimetric assays. This procedure is sensitive because it employs two colour forming reactions. It uses the Biuret reactions in which Cu2+ in presence of a base reacts with a peptide bond under alkaline conditions resulting in reduction of […]

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Genes to Proteins

Genes to Proteins

Nearly every traits we possess from hair and eye color, to height and shoe size is determined by our genes, genes are small segments of DNA that code for proteins. Proteins perform many functions in our body, some proteins serves as component of our cell membranes, other proteins make up the structures our bodies like […]

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Building Blocks of Protein

Building Blocks of Protein

[Buidling Blocks of Protein] Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins. They contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen. Some amino acids also contain sulfur. These elements come together to form amino acids. All amino acids have tetrahedral carbon, which is bonded by an amino group, a carboxyl group, a hydrogen group, and an R […]

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Nourish Silk Protein Conditioner Information

Nourish Silk Protein Conditioner Information

Hey guys. Today I want to share with all of you my new favorite hair conditioner and the conditioner I’m talking about is this Silk Protein Conditioner from Healthy Hair Plus and it happens to be the number one selling conditioner from Healthy Hair Plus. Now, I’m very excited about sharing this product with all […]

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The Deal with Protein

The Deal with Protein

People like to say all kinds of things about protein, like, you need to eat lots of it to build muscle, and lose weight. But dietary science is way more complicated than that! You can’t just eat a bunch of one thing to get buff or to be healthy. In fact, eating too much of […]

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4.  Kevin Ahern’s Biochemistry – Protein Structure I

4. Kevin Ahern’s Biochemistry – Protein Structure I

Professor Kevin Ahern: How’s everybody doing? You’re doing better than I am, huh? Okay, so we are moving our way through protein structure and one of the things I wanted to say something about, there’s a couple of things about amino acids I didn’t finish saying something about, so I’d like to make sure that […]

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TYPES OF PROTEIN (IN HINDI)

TYPES OF PROTEIN (IN HINDI)

CASEIN AND WHEY PROTEIN cheese making process seperates the 2 proteins whey gets digested in 20 mins casein gets digested in 3-4 hours whey is anabolic meaning fast acting casein is anti catabolic meaning slow digesting casein is anti catabolic meaning slow digesting both whey and casein are milk derived both have around 5.5gm bcaa […]

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