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ingredia-america@ingredia.com 38 INSIDER September/October 2017 Soy is a complete protein, in that it has all the EAAs in an optimal ratio, but its level of leucine and other BCAAs is lower than ingredients derived from cow milk. ISSN noted soy phytoestrogens may inhibit mTOR. However, soy protein does increase MPS, possibly more than casein but less than whey. Achieving athletic goals with real micellar casein ingenuity i n g r e d i a - a m e r i c a @ i n g r e d i a . c o m Muscle recovery Increased satiety Excellent fluidity Sports Nutrition: Protein Esse ntial Amino Acids Level [mg per g of protein] Tryptophan 7 Threonine 27 Isoleucine 25 Leucine 55 Valine 32 Lysine 51 Methionine+Cysteine 25 Phenylalanine+Tyrosine 47 Histidine 18 Source: derived from Institute of Medicine (IOM) requirements Amin o Acids (mg/g of protein) / Product Name LYN SIDE ® Basic Yeast Pwdr-Hemp Organic 50% Dried Egg Whites NUTRALY S&5F SUPRO XT 219 CRYZATEIN SILK 90 - Organic AVONLAC 282 NUTRASOL 695 BEVGRAD BEVARAD CHIA WHITE PEPTIPLUS XB agglomerated Source Material Yeast Hemp Egg Pea Soy Rice Whey Casein Flax Chia Gelatin* Alanine 67 37 58 43 43 54 54 31 48 54 66 Arginine 48 120 54 87 75 77 21 37 100 112 80 Aspartic Acid 109 107 102 115 115 87 111 73 101 94 65 Cystine* 10 22 26 10 13 21 27 6 12 22 15 Glutamic Acid 177 167 133 167 190 174 165 197 214 138 112 Glycine 48 45 35 40 41 43 20 17 63 54 238 Histidine* 23 28 23 25 26 22 15 45 24 31 12 Isoleucine* 48 46 56 47 48 41 66 47 44 40 18 Leucine* 73 78 84 82 81 80 104 92 63 71 32 Lysine* 86 36 68 71 62 31 90 76 44 54 40 Methionine* 17 19 34 11 13 28 21 27 16 4 3 Phenylalanine* 42 59 58 55 52 53 28 42 50 58 21 Proline 40 47 39 43 51 45 66 92 38 49 93 Serine 54 48 69 51 52 49 47 51 49 58 36 Threonine* 54 38 45 38 38 35 73 42 39 36 13 Tryptophan* 10 9 12 10 13 14 11 16 20 40 123 Tyrosine* 36 42 39 38 38 47 27 49 25 27 6 Valine* 58 53 64 50 50 58 53 58 50 58 27 Comparison of Amino Acid Content of Popular Plant Protein Ingredients Essential Amino Acid Levels Needed for Complete Protein Chart source: Ralf Jaeger, Increnovo, SupplySide West 2016. Figures in red are below amounts needed for a "complete" protein (see chart below). *essential amino acids

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