- It is better to get your daily protein requirement through natural foods rather than a supplement
- foods rich in proteins are eggs, non -veg like seafood, chicken, meats, soyabeans, tofu, soya products, sprouts, milk & milk products like paneer, cheese, butter milk, yogurt, nuts such ad almonds, pistachios peanuts
- if you are taking a protein powder the take it in recommended amounts as excess will put strain on kidneys & liver & can cause damage.
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