By R. M. T. Dahlgren, H. T. Clifford, Peter F. Yeo
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55 gm/kg/day. 6 Amino Acid Requirements and Age 5 The use of amino acid patterns specific for different age groups is a much more logical approach to judging proteins for their nutritional quality than is the use of a single pattern. Single patterns heretofore proposed have been made to fit the requirements for amino acids of the preschool age child and they underestimate the quality of a given protein for the adult. We shall attempt to demonstrate here that, when proteins are properly scored against age-specific amino acid requirement patterns, their nutritional value is age dependent; that is, for example, a particular protein may prove very inadequate for the infant and still be very adequate for the adult.
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