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A little liver, oysters and seafood every week. Otherwise, vitamin and mineral supplements.
Proteins are the "building blocks" of the body, making bones, hair, nails, skin, organs, hormones, enzymes, antibodies... They should be the mainstay of meals for optimal health.
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