Are the proteins that Chronometer reports Complete or both Complete and Incomplete? Thanks.
You can look at the amino acid content. If those 9 essintial amino acids are present, it means that food has complete protein. There are only 2 amino acids missing from the Cronometer database (Glutamine and Asparagine), and both are nonessential.
I apologise for my misspellings, as English is not my native language.
Thanks Marus! So that means that the **Total **Protein figure given opposite "Protein" on the diary page indicates total complete protein Plus non essential protein?
Yes, total protein includes all amino acids. All that matters is to make the target for those 9 essential amino acids. Then you cand say that you ate complete protein.