Proteins and health
There are 4 approved health claims for proteins. The 4 health claims have been approved by the Danish Health Authority on the basis of a large amount of scientific documentation.
- Proteins contribute to increased muscle mass
- Protein contributes to maintaining muscle mass
- Protein contributes to maintaining normal bones
- Protein is necessary for the child's normal growth and bone development
Adozan HøjProtein, Adozan Protein+Hot, Adozan Transparent, Adozan Cold/Warm and Adozan P-Boost are so rich in protein that they are designated as a protein source and must be claimed with the 4 health claims for protein.
Healthy people need 0.8-1.2 g of protein per kg of body weight.
During major operations and illness, the need for proteins increases and in some cases can be as much as 2 g per day. kg body weight. For a person of 70 kg, the protein requirement can thus vary from 56 to 140 g of proteins per day.
Protein contributes to increased muscle mass
Protein contributes to maintaining muscle mass
Protein contributes to maintaining normal bones
Protein is necessary for the child's normal growth and bone development