13 Sep 2007
Experts like to say, "It doesn't really matter." They claim that when you eat a balanced diet of everything-- you'll probably get enough amino acids somewhere in that diet. But, the authorities are talking about the average sedentary individual -- not a person embarking on an exercise program with personal individual habits, pocketbooks, likes and dislikes. It is reasonable to suggest that individuals may have amino acid deficiencies that are difficult to identify.