Animal Protein vs Plant Protein

Protein can come from animal - meat, fish, eggs and dairy - and plant sources, from soy, legumes, beans and seeds. These two types of protein both have benefits, but there are key differences between them. 
1. Animal Protein is Complete
One of the key differences between plant proteins and animal proteins is that animal proteins are complete, meaning they contain all nine essential amino acids. Animal proteins such as meat and fish contain certain essential amino acids that humans cannot create themselves and need to function.
2. Plant protein typically has less fat and cholesterol
Animal protein is more complete than plant proteins, but it also typically carries more cholesterol and fat. Plant proteins usually have no cholesterol or fat and can offer protein without these negative health effects. Some of the best sources of plant protein are soy products and seeds such as quinoa and chia. 
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