Rice, beans, and the “myth” of protein combining

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Position paper on meatless diets from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics that says same-meal protein combining is unnecessary:

WHO report on dietary amino acid requirements:

Literature review on amino acid deficiencies and what they to do you:

Study showing rice might be a better source of lysine than previously thought:

Literature review linking high protein consumption (beyond established minimums) with successful weight management:

Scholarly book on the global ubiquity of rice and beans:

John McDougall’s 2002 letter in the Journal of the American Heart Association debunking protein combining (not peer-reviewed, but influential in many subsequent works on this topic, including my own):

1982 revision of Frances Moore Lappé’s “Diet for a Small Planet”:

2017 portrait of Lappé by Rrrowe:

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