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The role of protein in hormone/enzyme functions?
How protein assists with immunity?
The protein needs of an infant or toddler compared to an adult?
The importance of protein in maintaining fluid/electrolyte and pH balance?
Amino acids and how they relate to athletics?

Any good websites on this imformation.

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