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People who use a high-protein diet for weight loss typically aim to get 25–30% of their daily calories from protein; in other words, a 1,500–1,800 calorie per day diet would include 95–135 grams of protein. Most people who use hemp protein to reach this goal use one or two 30-gram servings, with each serving providing about 15 grams of protein, but there is no standard established intake.
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