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  • meats
  • The purity of the protein and the extent of the emulsifying and solubility capacities of the NUTRALYS® line make them suitable for use due to their functional properties (meats, fish) as well as nutritional properties (protein enrichment in all types of food). (roquette.com)
  • Intake
  • The study, "Higher Intake of Vegetable Protein Is Associated with Lower All-Cause Mortality in Chronic Kidney Disease" (Abstract 4058), will be presented at ASN Kidney Week 2013 November 5 to 10 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. (nephrologynews.com)
  • Research shows that compared with animal protein, vegetable protein intake in patients is linked with lower production of such toxins. (nephrologynews.com)
  • To investigate, a team led by Xiaorui Chen, from the University of Utah, studied 1,104 CKD patients in the1988-1994 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey III and asked them about their animal and vegetable protein intake. (nephrologynews.com)
  • After controlling for various factors such as age, smoking, and BMI, the researchers found that for each 10 gram increase in vegetable protein intake per day, participants had a 14% lower risk of dying by the end of 2006. (nephrologynews.com)
  • isolates
  • This process ensures that pea isolates with more than 80% protein (on D.S.) are obtained with a high level of functionality. (roquette.com)
  • animal
  • To improve evidence-based guidance for dietary guidelines and health claims development, we propose to conduct a series of systematic reviews and meta-analyses of the effect of plant-based protein in exchange for animal protein on blood lipids, glycemic control, blood pressure, body weight, uric acid, markers of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD), and kidney function and injury. (clinicaltrials.gov)
  • The investigators will be able to explore whether the effects of replacing animal-based protein for plant-based protein hold true across different sexes, age groups, and background disease states and whether the effect depends on the protein source, dose, or background diet. (clinicaltrials.gov)