This is not what we want.
We want a healthy body, we want to eat tasty, not feel hungry all the time, and still burn fat continuously. Well we have to save our precious muscles very well. Moreover, we should ideally seek to have more muscle (eye, that does not get super muscular).
Maintaining muscle mass is achieved mostly through exercise, but that I will discuss in a future article. For now, Let us be agreed that the continuous intake of protein is important to minimize loss of muscle mass during periods when we decrease the amount of calories consumed with respect to maintenance levels.
In Creole: when we eat a little less looking down, I make sure to eat enough protein.
Other effects of dietary protein
You had mentioned in the article on protein diets, I summarized here:
Lasting feeling of satiety, because digestion of the proteins is slow.
Stability in blood sugar levels in the blood (and therefore in insulin levels). By maintaining stable insulin avoid cravings and have our body in a state conducive to burning fat.
High thermogenic effect. The thermogenic effect is the change in body temperature due to the ingestion of a meal. Protein has a thermogenic effect important because it takes energy to digest. The body has trouble digesting more calories digesting protein than other foods.