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protein SA natural anticoagulant the deficiency of which causes an increased risk of blood clotting within the vessels (thrombosis) and embolism. Protein S deficiency may be of genetic origin or may have other causes. It has been suggested that women with low free protein S may be at increased risk of thromboembolism if they are using oral contraceptives.
Patient discussion about protein S
Q. I get about 190 grams of protein a day. Is that too much protein? Have you ever seen a guy living only for food? No? Here I am. I get about 190 grams of protein a day. Is that too much protein? My weight is 183 pounds.
Q. Does the cooking have a negative effect on the protein content of the food? I have heard that high temperatures cooking breaks the protein, so does the cooking have a negative effect on the protein content of the food?
Q. Is it true that Casein protein can cause Cancer, or is harmful to the human body? Someone left a comment on my blog about Casein protein being bad for the body and that it could lead to Cancer. Is this true?