A brief introduction to the relevant knowledge of 80% plant protein!
80% plant protein is an important source of human dietary protein. Cereals generally contain 6%-10% protein, but the types of essential amino acids contained therein are not complete. Potatoes contain 2%-3% protein. Certain nuts, such as peanuts, walnuts, almonds and lotus seeds, contain higher protein (15%-30%). The protein content of legumes, such as some dried beans, can be as high as about 40%. Especially soybeans are more prominent in beans. It is not only high in protein content, but also high in quality. It is a good source of human food protein. 80% plant protein is the main source of protein in the diet of vegetarians, and can be used to make meat-like products that are similar in shape, taste, and taste to the corresponding animal food.
80% of the plant protein is mainly derived from rice noodles and beans, but the protein nutritional value of rice noodles and beans are different. The protein derived from rice noodles lacks lysine (an essential amino acid), so its amino acid score is low, only 0.3 to 0.5, and the degree of absorption and utilization of this type of protein by the human body will also be worse.
In summary, it is a brief introduction to the relevant knowledge about 80% plant protein.