Where Do Proteins Come from?

Answer

Proteins are important nutrients together with fats, water, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins. Proteins come from various sources such as bananas, potatoes, brown rice, wheat bread and spinach. Proteins are found in the whole body in the skin, bones, internal organs, hair and even the blood.
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Proteins come from meats such as chicken, fish and beef. There are also vegetable proteins like tofu, vegetable burgers and soy foods. These along with beans and nuts are plant based proteins.
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