Nutrient-Dense foods- are foods that are rich in vitamins, minerals, and other important nutrients, without too much saturated fat, added sugars. and sodium. Examples include fruits, vegetables, whole grains, non-fat and low-fat dairy, fish and seafood, unprocessed lean meat, and skinless poultry, nuts and legumes.
Calorie- Dense foods- High in calories, low in nutrients. An EMPTY food. Nutritionally poor food choices and contain more calories than nutrients like vitamins and minerals. An example includes pastries, fast foods, oils, high fat dairy etc.
The correct answer is - incomplete proteins do not include all essential amino acids.
Proteins can be either complete proteins or incomplete proteins, complete proteins have all the essential amino acids required for our body whereas incomplete protein does not include all essential amino acids.
Animal-based proteins are generally known as complete proteins such as meat, poultry, fish, eggs, milk, and cheese. Quinoa and soy are two vegetarian sources of complete proteins as these are plant-based proteins.