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The kidney is "designed" to 1) not leak proteins and 2) to reabsorb any that do get into the urine.
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No, for example, egg whites are packed with protein. 1/4 Cup of Egg whites is about 30 calories and contain about 7 grams of protein
It should be able a 4/1 or 5/1 ratio from protein to carbs in protein shakes if you are bodybuilding. You will need the high rate in protein if you are interested in body building.
Depends on weight, age, and history plus amount of smoking it. If your huge and smoke a lot no way... If you have high metabolism you have a chance.
Urea is an endogenous product of protein and aminoacid catabolism, and consequently 20-35 g of urea is excreted daily in human urine in avolume of about 1 - 1.5 litres.
The average onion contains 1 - 1.5 grams of protein. Although "high" is a relative term, this is about twice as much as a carrot and about half as much as an avocado.
there is only 1 pair of organs that regulates anything, the kidneys.
High amount of protein intake can cause proteinuria. It means there will be a protein leakage in urine.Proteinuria(/proʊtiːˈnʊəriə/ or /proʊtiːˈnjʊəriə/; from proteinand urine) means the presence of an excess of serum proteins in the urine. The excess protein in the urine often causes the urine to become foamy, although foamy urine may also be caused by bilirubin in the urine (bilirubinuria), retrograde ejaculation,pneumaturia (air bubbles in the urine) due to a fistula, or drugs such as pyridiumProteinuria may be a sign of renal (kidney) damage. Since serum proteins are readily reabsorbed from urine, the presence of excess protein indicates either an insufficiency of absorption or impaired filtration.Diabetics may suffer from damaged nephrons and develop proteinuria. The most common cause of proteinuria is diabetes, and in any person with proteinuria and diabetes, the etiology of the underlying proteinuria should be separated into two categories: diabetic proteinuria versus the field.With severe proteinuria, general hypoproteinemia can develop which results in diminished oncotic pressure. Symptoms of diminished oncotic pressure may include ascites, edema and hydrothorax.
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