Dietary proteins can be separated into two categories
High quality proteins which provide all of the essential amino acids at the levels required by the body. This includes common dairy ingredients such as milk protein concentrate, casein and whey protein, animal-based products and soy proteins.
These proteins do not contain are missing one or more essential amino acids and must be paired with other foods to create a complete protein. Some examples include pea protein, maize, wheat, rice protein, gelatin and collagen.
This information is intended for B2B customers, suppliers and distributors, and is not intended as information for final consumers.
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