- Protein is considered one of the important macronutrients which are utilized by every cell of our body.
- Proteins are made up of 20 long chains of amino acids which gives it it’s structure and function according to their order form.
- Protein comes from seafood, eggs, nuts, seeds, soy products, beans, peas, milk, cheese, and yogurt.
FUNCTION OF PROTEIN
- Proteins play a major role in blood clotting
- Helps in the synthesis of hormones
- Balances fluid
- Transport and stores nutrients
- Helps in undergoing biochemical reactions
- Acts as a messenger between cells, tissues, and organs
- Provides energy to the body
- Maintains PH.
HAZARDS OF PROTEIN
- Protein deficiency may occur due to anorexia nervosa
- In advanced stages of cancer
- Certain genetic disorders .
SYMPTOMS OF LOW PROTEIN INTAKE
- Weak muscle
- Brittle hair
- Skin lesions
- Growth deficit
- Loss of muscle mass
- Hormonal imbalance
PROTEIN RELATED DISORDERS
The child faces problems in gaining weight, edema of hands and feet, bulging of abdomen, loss of appetite, lean thin appearance, and emaciation.
A condition resulting from severe malnutrition who lack energy as well as a protein food. Common problems that occur are diarrhea, stomach shrinkage, dehydration and severe weight loss , dry hair, and wrinkled skin.
Caused by an abnormal build-up of amyloid and tau proteins in and around brain cells. This results in loss of memory and inability to learn new things, short attention span, and inability to think logically.
- Huntington disease
It is a hereditary disorder that causes nerve cells in the brain to break down. A person has problems with slurred speech, seizures, frequently falling, rigid movement.
Group of diseases where there is an accumulation of abnormal amyloid proteins in organs and tissues.
Increase level of protein in the urine more than 150mg/day resulting in kidney damage.
Mainly occurs due to severe dehydration, kidney stone, hypotension, multiple myeloma, pre-eclampsia, trauma, poisoning.
Symptoms commonly noticed are shortness of breath, tiredness, frequent urination, nausea and vomiting, lack of appetite, and swelling of face, ankles,legs.
Doctors use dipstick tests to confirm the diagnosis. Also, creatinine levels, ultrasound, and CT Scan can confirm the diagnosis.
Treatment differs according to causative factors such as dietary changes, weight management, blood pressure medication, diabetes medication, and dialysis. Pentoxifylline in diabetic patients having proteinuria.
- Deficiency of Protein C and Protein S
Inherited disorder which causes abnormal blood clotting .It causes redness ,pain tenderness and swelling in affected parts .
- One of the best system which treats according to its holistic approach considering totality of symptoms.
- Homeopathic remedies have created wonders in children who lack protein in their diet based on its individualisation.
- Homeopathic remedies not only full fills the demands of proteins but also helps in improving symptomatology.
- Children have shown positive results
Great emaciation, weakness, ravenous appetite, marasmus, impaired nutrition, alternate diarrhoea and constipation.
- Calcarea Carbonicum
Scrofulous infants , rapid emaciation with dry skin, well marked debility , restlessness, irritability, defective nutrition , enlargement of glands voracious appetite.
- Natrum Muraticum
Marasmus from defective nourishment, dry mouth , scurfy skin, oozy eruptions , excessive thirst, ravenous appetite, lean thin child .
- Aethusa Cynapium
Restless, anxious child, continuous keeps crying ,dry mouth, cholera infantum, great emaciation and weakness of lower limbs ,fingers .
- Cinchona officinalis
Debility from exhausting discharges, from loss of vital fluids, anasarca, slow digestion, hungry without appetite, great emaciation in lower extremities, and dry skin and hair.
Homeo Care Clinic
Dr. Vaseem Choudhary along with his team has treated many patients successfully of protein related diseases so if you are seeking for your cure please visit our center for further assistance.