Combined Protein Totals?
Disclosure: I'm not a doctor and I don't play one on TV.
So I've been reading up about protein intake, and how different foods can combine to create what's known as a "complete" protein, i.e. they contain all the amino acids of a total protein molecule. Rice and beans is the canonical example.
But after looking at my protein intake for cronometer, I don't understand how the amino-acids are rolled up into a total. For example…
This looks to be telling me that I've had a huge amount of the main protein amino acids, but they only roll up to a total of 31%?
How does this work? Does Cronometer roll up amino-acids into the total or do only complete protein foods count?