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This dish is high is protein and fibre and low in salt and fat. The Sun (2016)They are now seen as high in protein and low in sugar. The Sun (2016)There are trials of drugs to cut toxic protein that destroy healthy brain tissue. The Sun (2016)The white stuff is a top source of essential protein. The Sun (2017)Cheese is rich and high in protein, which is needed for muscle growth and repair. The Sun (2016)Each meal comprises lean protein, healthy fat and vegetables. Times, Sunday Times (2017)When you digest a protein, essential amino acids are absorbed. Times, Sunday Times (2017)This is high in protein, so it's filling but low in carbs. The Sun (2016)Those on higher protein had better kip. The Sun (2016)Boer goat has a flavour between beef and lamb and is an extremely healthy source of protein. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Are protein supplement drinks good for serious sports people? The Sun (2012)Present in all natural food especially those rich in calcium and protein. The Dictionary of Nutritional Health (1986)Researchers found fat men on a high protein diet felt less hungry if they had three meals. The Sun (2010)Without antibiotics there would be supply problems of animal protein. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These are great for protein and give essential minerals. The Sun (2010)This is thought to be because a high protein intake may contribute to bone loss. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)Protein from animal sources contains all the amino acids we need in one place. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)The milk gave them a cheap supply of protein that is essential for growth. Times, Sunday Times (2007) Foods rich in protein tend to satisfy the appetite most effectively. Times, Sunday Times (2012)By now you will readily see why we do not want to enrich fasting drinks with protein or use special protein drinks. Successful Fasting -the easy way to cleanse your body of its poisons (1990)They come in three batches, one with five per cent protein. The Sun (2008)Eat it with protein, healthy fats and vegetables for a maximum nutritional punch. The Sun (2015) Protein shakes gone to his head, probably. The Sun (2014)Low fat or high protein: which diet really works? Times, Sunday Times (2012)That said, elite athletes may find protein drinks an easy way of boosting protein intake. The Sun (2012)Protein - one of the building blocks of body tissue. The Sun (2016)I would like to eat some protein and some healthy food. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Sugar, fat and protein molecules are taken through the cell membrane where they are processed by the mitochondria into energy. The Beat Fatigue Workbook - how to identify the causes (1988)Any diet that is restrictive in terms of carbs, fat or protein is not going to work in the long term. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The consumption of all the food groups affects the blood sugar in various degrees, for fats and proteins can also be partially converted to glucose. Diets to Help Diabetes (1983)
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British English: protein /ˈprəʊtiːn/ NOUN
Protein is a substance which the body needs and which is found in meat, eggs, and milk.
...a high-protein diet.
- American English: protein
- Arabic: بْرُوتِيـن
- Brazilian Portuguese: proteína
- Chinese: 蛋白质
- Croatian: protein
- Czech: bílkovina
- Danish: protein
- Dutch: proteïne
- European Spanish: proteína
- Finnish: proteiini
- French: protéine
- German: Protein
- Greek: πρωτεΐνη
- Italian: proteina
- Japanese: 蛋白質
- Korean: 단백질
- Norwegian: protein
- Polish: białko
- European Portuguese: proteína
- Romanian: proteină
- Russian: белок вещество
- Spanish: proteína
- Swedish: protein
- Thai: โปรตีน
- Turkish: protein
- Ukrainian: протеїн
- Vietnamese: chất đạm
Definition of protein from the Collins English Dictionary
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