Digesting dietary proteins is the function of metabolism. Good sources of protein include egg whites, legumes, soy products, milk whey, fish and of course red meat.  There is an abundance of protein in the American diet and a deficiency is rare, There are a few strict vegetarians however who may not be eating balanced meals and therfore will be missing some of the essential amino acids.   Dietary proteins supply…
Vitamin E is the antioxidant vitamin. It’s really not a single compound but rather a group of individualized, fat-soluble compounds. I see them as a mini-library of compounds, much as I see many of the redundancies Nature built. Vitamin E is a group of similarly structured molecules. Vitamin E or tocopherols are antioxidants that effectively scavenge lipid radicals.  Nutritional sources of vitamin E include fruit, oils, green vegetables, nuts, wheat…
Proteins makes up the structural parts of the human body. Protein are made up of twenty (20) amino acids. Some are small and strait and others, convulted geometric miracles. Proteins are second only to water in abundance within the body. Proteins are part of functionally important molecules. Proteins are not stored in the manner of carbohydrates or fats. There is no reservoir of amino acids and their concentration of in…