Monday, October 21, 2013

Protein Benefits

Type of protein based on its components

Based on its constituent components, proteins are classified into three types of protein that is simple, complex, and derivatives.

1. Protein (simple proteins)
Results of this type of total protein hydrolysis is a mixture that consists of only amino acids.

2. Protein complex (complex proteins, conjugated proteins)
Total hydrolysis results of this type of protein, in addition to consist of different types of amino acids, there are also other components, such as metals, phosphate clusters and so on (example : hemoglobin, lipoproteins, glycoproteins, and so on)

3. Protein derivative (protein derivative)
It is a bond between (intermediate product) as a result of the partial hydrolysis of native proteins, for example albumosa, peptone, and so on.Protein types based on the source

Based on the source, the protein is classified into two types namely animal protein and vegetable protein.

1. Animal protein is a protein in food ingredients derived from animals, such as protein from meat, milk protein, and so on.

2. Vegetable protein is a protein derived from plant foods, such as proteins from corn (zein), or wheat, and so on.
Types of proteins by function Based on the function associated with the carrying capacity for growth and for the maintenance of body tissues. Proteins into three proteins under perfect, perfect half, and imperfect.

1. Protein is perfect (complete protein)Referred to as the perfect protein when the protein is able to support the growth and maintenance of body tissues. This type of protein is the highest class of proteins in terms of their nutritional function, capable of supporting the growth and maintenance of body tissues that are worn or damaged unused. This is the type of protein needed by children who are growing (CHILDREN) rapidly. Children who do not show a good growth rate, can not be said to be a healthy child.

2. Protein half- perfect (protein half- full)Referred to as protein half complete if the network can support the maintenance, but not support the growth of the body. This protein is able to maintain the health of adults who no longer shows the growth of the body, but it still requires maintenance of damaged tissue or worn unused. But the type of protein that is not able to support this growth is not good for the kids who still need the growth. So this protein can not be given to children who are growing as the sole source of protein in the dish.

3. Protein is imperfect (incomplete protein)Referred to as the protein is not perfect when it is not at all able to support the growth of the body, as well as network maintenance. These proteins can not support any health care, because it is not capable of maintaining a network of UAS unused and broken, especially to support the growth of the body. Although consumed in large quantities, the quality of this protein will be burned to produce energy and not used for body protein synthesis is required for the growth and maintenance of tissues.

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