The Importance of Protein

Protein is an important component that makes up all the cells and tissues of the human body. Protein is involved in all important components of the body. In general, protein accounts for about 18% of the total body mass, and the most important thing is that it is related to life phenomena.

Protein is the material basis of life, is an organic macromolecule, is the basic organic matter that constitutes cells, and is the main bearer of life activities. Without protein, there is no life. Amino acids are the basic building blocks of proteins. It is a substance that is closely linked to life and to various forms of life. Protein is involved in every cell and all important components in the body. Protein accounts for 16% to 20% of the body’s weight, that is, a 60kg adult has about 9.6~12kg of protein in the body. There are many kinds of proteins in the human body, and their properties and functions are different. However, they are composed of more than 20 kinds of amino acids (Amino acid) in different proportions and are continuously metabolized and renewed in the body.