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From: Rickard (213.66.46.188)
Subject:         Denaturated protein = bad?
Date: August 28, 2009 at 12:56 pm PST

In The 801010 diet it says protein denaturated by cooking is useless and toxic because the amino acids fuse together. That is something I haven't read anywhere else. In fact protein in egg seems to have much better digestibility cooked than raw (http://jn.nutrition.org/cgi/content/full/128/10/1716).

Are there studies available (preferably online) that support the theory that cooked protein is bad?

In school I learned that cooking protein breaks the natural bonds between amino acids that form the 3d structure in raw protein, rendering polypeptides that the exo- and endo-enzymes in the body can break down into amino acids. Is this wrong?

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