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In this sense, anti-nutritional factors have the potential to convert protein into a non-carbohydratebased form of fibre. 2 Recommended versus actual protein intake There is considerable debate about the optimal levels of protein intake for humans, although it is generally accepted that protein needs vary based on age, weight, physical condition and athletic performance. The USDA provides recommendations in terms of grams of protein consumed per kilogram of bodyweight. 8 g/kg for adults (USDA, 2010, 2011a).