pretend that you ate the following foods today:
Breakfast: Oatmeal, blueberries, sausage, and a glass of milk.
Lunch: Quinoa, shrimp, asparagus, onions, an apple, and a sweetened iced tea
Dinner: Chili (made with pinto beans and veggies; no meat); saltine crackers, corn on the cob, Sprite soda and a slice of honey cake.
Snacks: Tortilla chips, bean dip, salsa, vanilla yogurt, granola, string cheese, bowl of grapes
1. Classify every protein source in the meals above as either complete or incomplete.
To answer this question, you need to know:
foods provide protein (more than 2g in one serving),
Where complete proteins come from, and
Where incomplete proteins come from.
2 . Treat each ingredient/food on the list as a single item, not as a combination.
If a food is not a source of protein (such as fruit and some vegetables), then it does not need to get classified above.
Answer Question 1 Below:
Looking at the above menu, the Complete protein sources are:
Looking at the above menu, the Incomplete protein sources are:
3. From the list of foods in the ABOVE menu, give two examples of combining two incomplete plant protein foods so that together a complete protein combination is made and all of the essential amino acids are provided by the combination.
Complementary Protein Combination 1?
Complementary Protein Combination 2?