Frugal Protein Sources (Part 2 of 2)

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Frugal Proteins Sources

Curation of frugal yet viable food protein sources for tough times. In this part 2 we’ll discuss the only last (one) remaining option before then the not-so-good ones to consider.

Based on five+ years of nutritional frugality.

Thoughts and viewerships appreciated.

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Citations

  1. Healthline article – Pea Protein Powder
    https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/pea-protein-powder
  2. – Gorissen SHM et al. (2018)
    “Protein content and amino acid composition of commercially available plant-based protein isolates.”
  3. Orgeron, ML (2014)
    “Chapter Eleven – The Impact of Dietary Methionine Restriction on Biomarkers of Metabolic Health”
  4. Fan, H. Et al (2021)
    “Implementation of dietary methionine restriction using casein after selective, oxidative deletion of methionine.”
  5. Dahl, WJ et al (2012)
    Review of the health benefits of peas (Pisum sativum L.)
  6. Agro Korn A/S  / Feed Navigator.com
    “Anti-nutritional factors in soy proteins”
  7. American Chemical Society.
    “Too Much Soy Could Lead To Kidney Stones.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 29 August 2001.
  8. – “Dirty Waters, Dangerous Fish”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6N2SX51d7w
  9. “Is Pangasius safe to eat?”
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSYaR8EeM7k
  10. Amirdivani S et al (2018)
    “Effects of transglutaminase on health properties of food products”
  11. Kieliszek M & Misiewicz A (2014)
    “Microbial transglutaminase and its application in the food industry. A review.
  12. Lerner A & Matthias T (2020)
    “Processed Food Additive Microbial Transglutaminase and Its Cross-Linked Gliadin Complexes Are Potential Public Health Concerns in Celiac Disease.”
So there ends my feature upload of 2021. Post your thoughts below!

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