Transmission of messages allow neurotransmitters, which are made up of proteins.
Proteins are nutritional substances found in foods of animal origin, nuts and legumes.
Your ability to see, hear, think and are starting to require continuous operation of brain cells and high-quality communication between them.
Transmission of messages allow neurotransmitters, which are made up of proteins. Your body uses protein to build new cells, maintain healthy tissue and perform basic bodily functions. The human body has a lot of protein:
- Proteins are present in the inner and outer membrane of every cell in the body.
- Your hair, nails and the outer part of the skin are made of keratin proteins.
- Muscle tissue contains myosin, actin and myoglobin. The bones contain protein, and bone marrow.
Red blood cells contain hemoglobin, a protein that allows the supply of oxygen.
- Plasma contains a protein, fat and fiber, which are known as lipoproteins.
In order to give the body an adequate amount of protein, it is necessary to pay more attention to food choices. Every day you should bring about 90 grams of protein, and 30 grams at each main meal.