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01. The main source of [protein] in their diet is from fish and other seafood.
02. Peter Medawar once observed that the human mind treats a new idea the same way the body treats a strange [protein]; it rejects it.
03. People who are vegetarians must take care to get enough [protein] in their diets.
04. Nuts and legumes are non-animal foods which are high in [protein].
05. Fish is a major source of [protein] in the Japanese diet.
06. The ocean offers an almost unlimited source of [protein] in various forms, most of which are not yet present in the North American diet.
07. Children suffering from a lack of [protein] in their diets develop huge swollen bellies.
08. The jellyfish is made up of 95-97% water, 3% [protein], and 1% minerals.
09. Certain insects contain 30 percent more [protein] than beef.
10. About 14 percent of the world's [protein] consumption comes from fish.
11. Studies show that the effects of exercise on athlete's [protein] needs are minimal.
12. One kilogram of soy flour contains approximately the same amount of [protein] as two and a half kilos of meat.
13. Segments of DNA molecules are patterns for the production of [proteins].
14. Many species of insects are lower in fat, and higher in [protein] than beef, lamb, pork, or chicken.
15. Most adults in North America get all the [protein] they need in their diets.
16. If you eat animal products (milk, cheese, eggs, fish, meat), your diet will contain plenty of [protein].
17. Most varieties of seaweed contain between 10 and 20 percent [protein], and are rich in fiber and vitamins.
18. The diet of many people in the poorer areas of the world does not supply enough [protein].
19. Inadequate [protein] can lead to various health risks in women.
20. Health experts suggest that the average person should make [protein] 15 to 20 percent of their diet.
21. A healthy meal should include high-quality [proteins], such as fish, eggs or chicken.
22. Sir Peter Medawar once suggested that the human mind treats a new idea the way the body treats a strange [protein]; it rejects it.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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