Why Are Proteins Important?


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Protein builds the framework of your body, including muscles, organs, bones, and connective tissues. In the form of enzymes, it helps your body digest food. As a hormone, it tells your body when to use food as a energy and when to store it as fat. It transports oxygen through your blood to your muscles and organs. As a antibody, it protects you from illness when viruses and bacteria attack. Hope this helped.

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