Protein and amino acid requirements in human nutrition.

@article{Consultation2007ProteinAA,
  title={Protein and amino acid requirements in human nutrition.},
  author={Joint Who Fao Unu Expert Consultation},
  journal={World Health Organization technical report series},
  year={2007},
  volume={935},
  pages={
          1-265, back cover
        }
}
The World Health Organization and the Food and Agriculture Organization have worked to quantify the energy and nutrient needs of populations since 1949. This is the latest in a series of reports that aim to provide: updates on protein and amino acid requirements in health and disease for all age groups and pregnant and lactating mothers; recommendations on protein requirements in health and disease, including their implications for developing countries; recommendations on protein quality and… CONTINUE READING

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