Propeller For a Healthy Lifestyle- Protein - Prism Around Gurjeet

Propeller For a Healthy Lifestyle- Protein

Hii peeps,

I recently attended an informative blogger meet on 29th September 2018, organized by Dupont and Ebix and my weekend was so insightful, grabbed all knowledge about protein. I love to share what I have grabbed from there and share with you as sharing is caring I want my Friends to stay active, fit and healthy.

Blogger meet

What Protein Does?

Protein builds, maintains, and replaces the tissues in your body. your body uses protein to make hemoglobin. Other proteins are used to build cardiac muscle.  In fact, whether you’re running or just hanging out, protein is doing important work like moving your legs, carrying oxygen to your body, and protecting you from the disease.

Protein Digestibility-Corrected Amino Acid Scores (PDCAAS)

PDCAAS method, is a measure of a protein’s ability to provide adequate levels of essential amino acids for human needs. PDCAAS is calculated using an amino acid profile and true digestibility of a food protein. Dupont Danisco isolated protein(ISP) has a PDCAAS score of 1.00.

The protein consists of amino acids, and amino acids are the building blocks of protein. There are around 20 amino acids.
The nutritional value of a protein is measured by the number of essential amino acids. Different foods contain different amounts of amino acids. That’s why it is important to eat the right amount and the right kind of protein to get its health benefits. Generally:

You can have protein from animal products and plant products

 

Animal products such as meat, eggs, and milk are naturally high in protein, which is an essential nutrient made up of amino acids.

Some plant products, such as soya beans and quinoa, are also complete proteins while others are incomplete proteins. However, plant proteins usually lack at least one amino acid.

Even at my home face battle on animal and plant proteins goes. My 8-year daughter hate eating Non-veg even I am vegetarian but my hubby forces him to have non-veg so that she get high protein. But this battle will end now, As with help of  Mr. Indranil Chatterjee, Mrs. Karuna Jaikrishna & Mr. Sujith Sathyadas from DuPont Nutrition & Health and Dr. Namita Nadar from Fortis Hospital through light on Soy Protein goodness and myth we have in mind regarding protein. Soy protein is equivalent to animal protein. This information gave me a sigh of relief.
My daughter will be happy now with a promise of having soy protein daily. Yes, children ages 4 to 13 need about 45 grams of protein for every pound of body weight on daily and adults should consume 50 grams of protein a day.

A person following a vegan or vegetarian diet should eat a varied diet of plant-based foods to get the required range of amino acids. This includes high-protein foods, such as tofu, tempeh, lentils, nuts, seeds, and quinoa.

Protein rich diet

Benefit Of Protein

1. Weight Maintenance and Satiety

Protein-rich diet gives the feeling of fullness, or satiety more than high carbohydrate diets. When it comes to losing weight, protein is the king of nutrients. It helps to preserve lean body mass particularly important if you’re cutting calories to lose weight, raising metabolism, and increasing satiety. Dieters are gobbling down protein bars in hopes of quick weight loss like me.

2. Muscle Growth and Repair

If you see Bodybuilders are snatching, grabbing, and gulping down protein shakes do not be surprised because It is advisable to  Eat protein within an hour after exercise to fuel muscle growth. After workout body allows for maximum absorption of amino acids. protein help in muscles mass

3. Active Lifestyle

It’s not that young mind and heart need protein but also aged people need protein diet too. In your 30s, you start to lose muscle mass and function. The cause is age-related sarcopenia or sarcopenia with aging.
People who maintain a sedentary lifestyle following diagnosis of sarcopenia may have greater and faster muscle mass loss. If measures aren’t taken can be left bedridden.
Best way to Treatments for Sarcopenia is to do exercise and have a protein-rich diet.

4. Heart Health

The authorized health  of the claim addresses only soy protein and reduced risk of coronary heart disease, and some soy foods may be beneficial to heart health because they are a source of soluble fiber and low in saturated fats,”
25 grams of soy protein a day, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease

5. Dairy Alternative

Soy protein is a good alternative for Lactose intolerance or allergic to dairy children. At least they get full protein from the soy protein which they use to get from dairy products.

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40 thoughts on “Propeller For a Healthy Lifestyle- Protein

  1. This is such an informative post about proteins. Yes the debate over veg and non veg diet for proteins makes round in our home too. Good to know various veg options too.

    Cheers
    MeenalSonal

  2. A Protein rich diet would be really good, but Carb – Craving is a real thing because we Indians never have a meal without roti or rice 🙁
    I have tried cutting down carbs, it has not worked for me – but this post has made me aware that I should try it again because of all the benefits!

  3. Never know that soy protein has many Healthy benefits. This post clears many doubts about soy protein. Indeed good source Protein especially for vegan

  4. Amazing and insightful post. Very useful benefits of Soy Protein for the nutrition. Soy protein is one source of all essential amino acids. This is so informative event of Soy Protein by #Dupont #EbixIndia Great thoughts.

  5. Sounds like a really informative event. I love Soy Protein.. soybean is a great source of protein alternative for those who do not eat non vegetarian food. Great post!

  6. I recall the baby weight wasn’t increasing and it was then that the Dr said that I go on a protein rich diet, being a vegetarian the best source was soy and since then it is louve

  7. Being a vegetarian I rely on protein supplements and finding the right one is very difficult. Going by your review I Feel this is just the right choice for me too. Would definitely give it a try.

  8. So, I have been told by my gyneac that young girls shouldn’t have high amounts of soy protein as it may lead to early puberty. I am a vegetarian too and I totally understand that plants are not a great source of protein. I cook soybeans or soy granules once in a while. I mostly rely on dals and grains for protein and a dietary supplement given by my peads. Thanks for sharing this information, Gurjeet. #surreads

  9. For vegetarains getting the required protein from food can be challenging. Soy protein is a great nutritional source and can be experimented with too.

  10. I had to stop eating non veg food at the age of 8 due to some disease and I grew protein deficient! I take soy protein everyday now and it is really helping! Good post… Really informative!

  11. A much needed talk about proteins as we Indians have a very carb rich diet and protein is an important building block of our body.

  12. I often have arguments with my non-vegetarian friends on sources of protein coz acc to them only having non-veg will give my protein and I always try to convince them that food items like soya, cottage cheese etc ate rich sources of protein.

  13. Really its great event with all learning about Soya protein right! Protein plays an imp role for our health and we should know the proper use of it.

  14. As vegetarian I am always in search of such options to help my kids in their growing years a big shout out for the awesome product

  15. Never much likes soy protein but I think it’s high time I give it a second thought, esp as m a nursing mom. Thanks for the post, so much info on proteins is sure to come in handy. #LiveItYoungReads

  16. An extremely informative post. Since it helps in building mass, lean body weight and in repair, it’s a main component of sportspeople too. Will check out the brand. Thanks for the share.

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