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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 1:05 pm 
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Just out of curiousity...I know you must combine plant proteins to make them complete, but which do you combine with which? I think its grains and beans or vegetable with seeds...but not sure. Anyone know?


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Grains and legumes seem to compliment each other nicely, HOWEVER, nutritionist's disagree with this, but the nutritionists with a sports nutrition background seem to say that although it will present a complete amino profile, the bioavailability isn't that good, so fine, go ahead and do it, but don't rely on it as a sole source of protein.
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You can either combine them with animal-based proteins or a whey supplement.


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