High-protein diet consists in the increased protein supply in relation to the norm. The protein diet is easily digestible and is addressed to people suffering from certain diseases.
Many types of diets can be considered high-protein. “High protein” is a bit of a relative concept; there’s no clear rule.
- Chronic active liver inflammation
- Toxic liver damage
- Fatty liver
- Chronic nephrosis
- Hypochromic anemia
Goal of the diet:
- Providing protein for regeneration processes
- Tissue regeneration
- Producing immune bodies, enzymes and hormones
- The diet should be easily digestible
- Modification consists in the increased protein supply up to 2g/kg of bodyweight
- 2/3 of protein should come from animal products, such as milk, curd cheese, lean meat.