So animal proteins will be authorized provided they are produced from certain animals, chickens and pigs where there is no risk of any disease what we saw in the mad cow disease," he said.
What does AP stand for?
AP stands for Animal Protein
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We have 193 other meanings of AP in our Acronym Attic
- Analysis Paralysis (gaming)
- Analysis Propagation
- Analytical Psychology (Carl Jung)
- Anatomic Pathology
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Anchor Point (US DoD)
- Andhra Pradesh (India)
- Angina Pectoris
- Angoraphobia (Christmas)
- Animal Planet (television network)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A high intake of animal protein was significantly associated with increased risk of developing inflammatory bowel disease in a prospective study of 60,000 women aged 40-65 years, 77 of whom developed IBD.
Previously, the main production methods for L-Tyrosine invloved animal protein, such as hair or feathers.
This is also true to a lesser extent of shrimp aquaculture, although shrimp require less animal protein than carnivorous fish species.
So it makes sense to help protect our dwindling resources by reducing the amount of 'high impact' animal proteins and replacing all or some of them with 'low impact' vegetable and grain proteins.
Animal Protein Businesses: Domestic and International Responses, Risks and Repositioning," was co-sponsored by Rabobank International and Brakke Consulting.
Eating less animal protein and salt works far better.
The human body does not need that much animal protein to sustain life.