Breitbart News reported: The latest installment in the green protein saga comes courtesy of the Food and Drug Administration.
A recent FDA press release revealed the FDA will be launching an initiative to help companies create and promote green protein in their products.
The FDA’s press release announced that the agency will soon release a new study to evaluate the effects of green protein.
Green protein is a form of plant protein that contains less than 1 percent protein by weight.
The green protein that is currently being studied is called green lentil protein, which is a variety of lentil and can be used in cooking.
The study is expected to provide further insights into how green lentils will influence the human body.
The FDA is calling for companies to develop their own green lenti protein blends.
Green lentils are a versatile food that can be prepared in several ways.
They can be boiled, fried, roasted, and used in soups, stews, sauces, and dips.
They are also a good source of vitamin C, B12, potassium, folate, vitamin K, and iron.
The government is looking to incorporate green lentic acid into all food products as a way to lower the risk of cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and other health problems.
Green lentils, which are commonly known as lentils or lentils grown on the same farm as wheat, barley, and corn, are the first plant protein to gain popularity.
They have become a popular alternative to grains, which have been shown to increase the risk for certain types of cancers, heart and lung disease, and many other conditions.
The lentils have a low glycemic index (GI) and are high in calcium and vitamin K. But, the high GI of lentils has been linked to a lower absorption of nutrients such as protein, fiber, and vitamins.
A 2012 study conducted by researchers at the University of Chicago showed that green lentics were linked to an increased risk of colon cancer in a group of people.
The researchers found that the consumption of green lentilia had a negative effect on the absorption of fiber and vitamins, which lead to an increase in the risk.
The University of Minnesota also recently released a study that concluded that green protein was associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes.
The USDA has released a report on green lentiles, as well.
The USDA and the FDA have been looking to improve their understanding of the effects green lentions can have on the human digestive system.
They will release a study on the effects and effects of different types of green proteins, such as green lentili and green lentica, next week.
The agency has also launched a website that will allow consumers to learn more about green lentile nutrition.