After industrial revolution, our life style and eating habits both changed drastically. Our calories requirement reduced but our fat and sugar intake increased because of mass production of everything including food items. This gave rise to obesity, diabetes and heart problems. All due to our eating habits. If you eat sugar that is more refined, sweets and high calories diet, you will become diabetic in few years. Similarly, if you will consume more fats (Oil, butter, animal fats, and meat) your cholesterol level will increase and it will block your arteries. You will suffer with coronary heart disease.
People fail to understand that our life style has changed drastically in last hundred years. Most of the middle class and upper class people need not to walk anymore. We do not indulge in heavy work too. However, our calories intake, sugar intake and fat intake has increased considerably compared to our daily activity. Due to which we faced many problem like obesity, diabetes and heart problems. To avoid this problem, stop eating processes and refined product, fried items, junk or fast food and red meat with high fat. Also, stop drinking cold drinks, beers, wine and high-energy drinks. Replace these things with healthy alternatives.
Instead of leaving everything together, adopt eating everything in moderation. If you like to eat meat, eat one small piece (not more than 75 gm) a day as it gives you protein which is essential for your body. Eat a balanced diet. A balance diet must have protein, vitamins, carbohydrates and small quantity of fat. Drink lots of water slowly in regular interval. Many dieticians recommend eating small portion of meals five times a day rather big meals three times a day. Keep some space empty in your stomach for proper digestion.
Several food products contains proteins. However, not all Proteins are alike. Proteins are made up of amino acids. There are around 20 amino acids found in our body. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. They are organic compounds containing an amino group (-NH2) and a carboxy group (-COOH). As about twenty percent of the human body is made up of protein, amino acids make up a large proportion of our cells, muscles, and tissue.
Amino acids are integral to the biological processes that happen within our bodies, such as giving cells their structure, transporting and storing nutrients, as well as forming our organs, glands, arteries and muscles. They’re also essential for healing wounds and repairing tissue, especially in the muscles, skin, bones, and hair.
There are 23 proteinogenic (protein building) amino acids in total, and over 100 natural amino acids, which are non-proteinogenic. Of the proteinogenic amino acids, 9 are essential, 11 which are nonessential, and 3 of which are not found in the human body.
Essential amino acids are not produced naturally by the body, so they have to be obtained from the foods we eat. The 9 essential amino acids are:
Histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, and valine.
Foods containing most of the above amino acids are:
meat, fish, Chicken, eggs, cheese, dairy, beans, seeds, chia seeds, brazil nuts, oats, wheat, figs, whole grain rice, Peas, beans, legumes, onions, and cacao.
Whey protein is one of the few sources that naturally contain all 20 amino acids, making it a complete protein. Whey protein is a mixture of proteins isolated from whey, which is the liquid part of milk that separates during cheese production.
Milk actually contains two main types of protein: casein (80%) and whey (20%).
Whey is found in the watery portion of milk. When cheese is produced, the fatty parts of the milk coagulate and the whey is separated from it as a byproduct