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Heat or alkaline processing products, including Maillard browning products and D-amino acids, have been reported to inhibit protein digestibility by one-quarter in animal models. The antinutritional factors widely distributed in plant foods, such as glucosinolates in cruciferous vegetables, oxalates and goitrogens in vegetables and tree nuts, and trypsin inhibitors in legumes, may decrease nutrient digestibility even more than processing. , 2005). This has led to questions about the high PDCAAS scores for soy protein, which contains trypsin inhibitors.
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