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Master Thesis

Les protéines végétales : intérêts et limites

Abstract : In recent years, the interest of plant proteins in the human diet has been growing. The PNNS (National Nutrition and Health Program) recommends rebalancing the ratio of plant protein to animal protein in our diet, in equivalent quantity from both sources at a ratio of 1:1. It is therefore important to know the nutritional properties of these proteins but also their limits. In this thesis, the different parameters of nutritional measurements of plant proteins are discussed. The impact of plant proteins on key periods of life is discussed. Several opinions differ and are presented in this thesis. Risks and effects on specific populations and their protein needs. But also the involvement of the dispensary pharmacist as an advisor, with scientific knowledge, and his ability to inform his clients / patients in protein supplementation. The opinions of learned societies on the effects of plant proteins during key periods of life are discussed, from pregnancy to the elderly. Also, the impact of plant proteins on athletes, where several studies are listed, as well as available dietary supplements.
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Claire Botella. Les protéines végétales : intérêts et limites. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2021. ⟨dumas-03210847⟩



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