Participation in Forum on March 18, 2019
Martin Smith It was exactly what I said. That was the reason that I mentioned: "The only way the same variety of soybean grown conventionally or under the "so called" organic conditions is if there is a change in the DNA structure of the protein of the variety". My citation was exactly due to the fact that different varieties may present small differences in their protein composition - More glycin ...
Participation in Forum on March 17, 2019
I agree that protein content of soybeans may vary depending on variety, fertilization level, degree of maturation of the grain and some other environmental conditions. However, the proportion of the different amino-acids in the protein will not be different between the conventional and organic organic. The only way the same variety of soybean grown conventionally or under the "so called" organic c ...
Participation in Forum on February 27, 2019
I believe that in choosing organic acids it is important to consider the Ka of the acid.Normally, a mixture of organic acids of different Ka works better than a single acid. This mixture of different Ka organic acids guarantees acidification of all parts of the upper digestive tract.
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