Though I agree, Quinoa is a complete protein and it is not from animal origin.<quoted text>
Thank you! Well said..
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#108 Aug 5, 2009
While quinoa contains all essential amino acids, it is still limited due to low levels of Methionine, Cystine, and Tyrosine. If you eat a lot of quinoa, eventually, absorption of other amino acids will be limited by the lack of Methionine, Cystine, and Tyrosine.
However because it can be found in other foods, in sufficient quantities, it would be possible to maintain healthy levels if you supplement quinoa with vegetable proteins high in those 3. Tyrosine is easy enough to find, but plants containing decent amounts of methionine and cystine tend to have very very low amounts of total protein at all.
#109 Aug 26, 2009
Too late for me, just scarfed down 3 hot dogs!
#110 Aug 26, 2009
#111 Aug 27, 2009
I got a weiner for you coward liberals!!!!
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