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what type of food nutrient benefits the muscle?

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Dr. James Shoemaker
40 years experience General Practice
Low-Fat Protein: Lean meats, eggs, low fat cottage cheese and white fish or shellfish are more balanced in their Amino Acid content, and much less expensive than whey supplements. Vegetable sources do not even come close to the Amino Acid composition of human muscle, although they are a good source of fiber. But which would you rather look like, a vegetarian primate like a sloth, or a carnivore like a cheetah?
Answered on Jun 24, 2014
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