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[[Protein]]s are [[polymer]] chains made of [[amino acids]] linked together by [[peptide bonds]]. During human [[digestion]], proteins are broken down in the stomach to smaller [[polypeptide|polypeptide chains]] via [[hydrochloric acid]] and [[protease]] actions. This is crucial for the synthesis of the [[essential amino acid]]s that cannot be [[biosynthesis|biosynthesized]] by the body.<ref name=genton>{{Cite journal | last = Genton | first = Laurence | last2 = Melzer | first2 = Katarina | last3 = Pichard | first3 = Claude | title = Energy and macronutrient requirements for physical fitness in exercising subjects | journal = Clinical Nutrition | volume = 29 | issue = 4| pages = 413–423 | year = 2010 | pmid = 20189694 | doi = 10.1016/j.clnu.2010.02.002}}</ref>
 
[[Protein]]s are [[polymer]] chains made of [[amino acids]] linked together by [[peptide bonds]]. During human [[digestion]], proteins are broken down in the stomach to smaller [[polypeptide|polypeptide chains]] via [[hydrochloric acid]] and [[protease]] actions. This is crucial for the synthesis of the [[essential amino acid]]s that cannot be [[biosynthesis|biosynthesized]] by the body.<ref name=genton>{{Cite journal | last = Genton | first = Laurence | last2 = Melzer | first2 = Katarina | last3 = Pichard | first3 = Claude | title = Energy and macronutrient requirements for physical fitness in exercising subjects | journal = Clinical Nutrition | volume = 29 | issue = 4| pages = 413–423 | year = 2010 | pmid = 20189694 | doi = 10.1016/j.clnu.2010.02.002}}</ref>
   
Amino acids can be divided into three categories: essential amino acids, non-essential amino acids, and conditional amino acids. Essential amino acids cannot be made by the body, and must be supplied by food. Non-essential amino acids are made by the body from essential amino acids or in the normal breakdown of proteins. Conditional amino acids are usually not essential, except in times of illness, stress, or for someone challenged with a lifelong medical condition{{Citation needed|date=June 2013}}.
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Amino acids can be divided into three categories: essential amino acids, semen, non-essential amino acids, and conditional amino acids. Essential amino acids cannot be made by the body, and must be supplied by food. Non-essential amino acids are made by the body from essential amino acids or in the normal breakdown of proteins. Conditional amino acids are usually not essential, except in times of illness, stress, or for someone challenged with a lifelong medical condition{{Citation needed|date=June 2013}}.
   
 
Essential amino acids include [[leucine]], [[isoleucine]], [[valine]], [[lysine]], [[threonine]], [[tryptophan]], [[methionine]], [[phenylalanine]], and [[histidine]]. Non-essential amino acids include [[alanine]], [[asparagine]], [[aspartic acid]], and [[glutamic acid]]. Conditional amino acids include [[arginine]], [[cysteine]], [[glutamine]], [[glycine]], [[proline]], [[serine]], and [[tyrosine]].<ref name=nih1>{{cite web|title=Protein in diet|publisher=United States National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health|year=2009|url=http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002467.htm}}</ref>
 
Essential amino acids include [[leucine]], [[isoleucine]], [[valine]], [[lysine]], [[threonine]], [[tryptophan]], [[methionine]], [[phenylalanine]], and [[histidine]]. Non-essential amino acids include [[alanine]], [[asparagine]], [[aspartic acid]], and [[glutamic acid]]. Conditional amino acids include [[arginine]], [[cysteine]], [[glutamine]], [[glycine]], [[proline]], [[serine]], and [[tyrosine]].<ref name=nih1>{{cite web|title=Protein in diet|publisher=United States National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health|year=2009|url=http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002467.htm}}</ref>
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