Nutrition’s Lindsay Malone shares importance of including protein in one’s diet

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Women’s HealthLindsay Malone, registered dietitian and an instructor in the Department of Nutrition at the School of Medicine, shared why protein is important in one’s diet. “Protein is an important nutrient for your immune system, building structures like muscles, bones, and tendons, and also for keeping you full and satisfied throughout the day,” she said.