Protein is an important component of muscle, skin, hair, and nails, as well as antibodies, hormones, and cellular structures. With one is not sure as to how much carbohydrate and fat one can eat, protein has emerged as the most common macronutrient. In spite of that, the protein can still be misunderstood. Most of us know that protein only helps in muscle development. Our bodies break it up into amino acids and use these amino acids for the restoration and reconstruction of the muscles. But, that is partially true, protein does more than just building muscle. Protein is one of the three primary food groups and is composed of amino acids, which serve as “building blocks” cells. These cells need protein to expand and repair themselves. There are some natural sources of adding protein to your diet. Foods such as fish, poultry, eggs, legumes and dairy products are packed with proteins and can be added to our daily diet.[Read more]