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Protein deficiency
Is there any test to know the protein level in the body.or what are the signs of it's deficiency. Please guide
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U can go for protein test and any deficiency add protein rich food in ur diet . swelling ,edema is common sign of protein deficiency . Take protein as smoothies form , Contact me for coustamized diet plan through practo u will get good result definitely .
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Hi A total protein test is often done as part of your regular checkup. It measures the amount of two kinds of protein in your body, albumin  globulin. Serum protein  electrophoresis (SPEP) is a laboratory technique that's used to determine  the level  of some types of proteins  in a blood sample. The symptoms are given blow •Swelling. One of the most common signs that you're not getting enough protein is swelling (also called edema), especially in your abdomen, legs, feet, and hands. Skin, hair and nail problems. ... Loss of muscle mass. ... Increased risk of bone fractures. ... Bigger appetite and increased calorie intake. ... Risk of infections. ... Fatty liver. ...
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