Protein Propaganda

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Not all proteins are created equal. It’s important to know what protein is before you consider it important for body mass. The first step is to understand what constitutes a great source of protein.

Protein is medically defined as any large group of naturally occurring, complex, organic nitrogenous compounds. Each is composed of large combinations of amino acids containing the elements carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, usually sulfur, and occasionally phosphorus, iron, iodine, or other essential constituents of living cells. Twenty-two amino acids have been identified as vital for proper growth, development, and maintenance of health. The body can synthesize 14 of these amino acids, called nonessential, whereas the remaining eight must be obtained from dietary sources and are termed essential. Protein is the major source of building material for muscles, blood, skin, hair, nails, and the internal organs. Source: Mosby’s Medical Dictionary, 3rd Edition

Minerals

The minerals mentioned above such as iron, iodine, and sulfur are the key words in the definition of protein. According to the medical community, each compound of protein is composed of amino acids containing the elements carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, etc.

Minerals are the key to optimal health, not protein as we have been conditioned to believe. The human body is made up of minerals, 102 to be exact, and each contains a definite amount of electrons per atom, which gives the mineral an atomic structure.

In order to have protein, you must have the following twenty-two complete amino acids:

  • Alanine
  • Arginine
  • Asparagine
  • Aspartic Acid
  • Carnitine
  • Citruline
  • Cysteine
  • Dimethylglycine
  • Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid
  • Glutamic Acid
  • Glutamine
  • Glutathione
  • Glycine
  • Histadine
  • Isoleucine
  • Leucine
  • Lysine
  • Methionine
  • Ornithine
  • Phenylalanine
  • Proline
  • Serine
  • Taurine
  • Threonine

Anybody engaging in a high-protein diet for health purposes is usually misinformed and misguided. The pursuit and objective should be for minerals and mineral balancing in achieving and maintaining optimal health. After all, protein itself consists of minerals.

There is no part of an animal’s body that has the twenty-two amino acids required in a complete protein. Even though we may eat meat, we’re still not getting the desired protein we think we need to have for good health.

If the minerals outlined above can’t be acquired through diet, then supplementation must be considered in order for the body to function at optimal levels.

Alternatives

Most soy-based products are made of genetically engineered strains of soy and are highly processed, meaning that most benefits of soy are eliminated.

Soy, along with corn, is the most genetically engineered grain product on the market. While eating certain products that contain soy as an ingredient in moderation is okay, eating products that are mainly soy in makeup may not be so wise. After all, soy is indigestible in the human body. If you are going to eat soy-based products, look for the non-GMO (genetically modified organism) sticker or notice on the label.

Women should also beware of the false and deceptive advertising of soy’s alleged phyto-estrogenic properties. Soy is a bean and beans are not phyto-estrogenic in nature. The term phyto refers to being plant-based. The soy industry is touting the isoflavone properties of soy in the prevention of cancer, knowing American women are very vulnerable to the thought of developing female reproductive area cancers, especially breast cancer.

Seitan (wheat meat) is a better alternative for vegetarians as compared to soy. However, seitan too can pose a health risk to individuals who suffer from so-called celiac’s disease, caused by a sensitivity to gluten, which is the sticky protein substance found in grain products.

Solutions

Nature greatly provides everything you need for your human existence on earth. Great sources of bio-protein are:

  • spirulina (70%)
  • blue-green algae (65%)
  • chlorella (60%)
  • bee pollen (55%)
  • Irish moss
  • Dulse
  • Kelp
  • Alfalfa
  • Iceland moss
  • moringa (pods, leaves, seeds)
  • beans
  • avocados
  • nuts and
  • seeds

If you’re a vegetarian, how do you get your protein? The same way all true vegetarians get their protein-by eating the vegetation of the earth and sea. This includes:

  • grass
  • wheat
  • barley
  • oats
  • fruits
  • vegetables
  • nuts
  • seeds
  • herbs and
  • seaweeds

Thank you for reading!

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    Q: I read your article on protein. Will I lose muscle mass if I cut the protein out? I have already done away with meats and I don't want to become skinny. How do preserve my muscle tone with out taking the whey protein?

    A: You can still receive your daily required value of protein from vegetarian sources, such as avocado, almonds, and pumpkin seeds. You can also add vegan protein powder to smoothies.

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    Q: Is necessary to continue food combining after completing FULL BODY DETOX in 20 Days? For example can you consume sweet fruit with sub acid & acid fruit also starches and vegetable (beans) proteins together? I learned in Nutrition that starches (rice) and beans are complete protein when combined together that our body needs. Are you at risk for protein deficiency if consuming vegan diet?

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    IT'S YOUR CHOICE! OF COURSE IT'S BEST TO CONTINUE TO DO SO. IT'S UP TO YOU, BELOVED! I PERSONALLY DON'T RECOMMEND IT. NOT TRUE! YOU CAN'T GET PROTEIN FROM COOKED FOODS REGARDLESS OF WHAT THE FOOD IS. OF COURSE NOT, UNLESS YOU ARE IGNORANT TO PROTEIN, REAL PROTEIN, HOW AND WHERE TO GET IT.

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    Q: What do you tell someone that believes that eating meat is better than eating products not made of meat such as wheat pasta, brown rice, etc. My wife eats way too much meat, and she always says that she needs it for the protein. She doesn't work out or exercise regularly so I see it as just an excuse to continue the same old behavior. She's 5'6" and 205lbs and I think she should weigh 140 - 145 max. She's 43 years old and suffers from high blood pressure and swelling in the legs.

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    We provide you with all the ammo you need in our free articles. Read the articles WHAT IS MEAT?, PROTEIN PROPAGANDA, THE DANGERS OF EATING MEAT, etc. You'll have all the ammo you need to counteract or retort any meat-eater's argument about eating dead animal flesh!

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    You may not consume wild game, fish or whey protein. However, you can try the Vegan Protein to mix with smoothies. Spinach, kale, and raw nuts and seeds are also good sources of protein.

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    As long as the nutrition bars are made from RAW FOODS, they are ok. Please check the ingredients label to make sure they are within the parameters of the cleanse guidelines.

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    Greetings & Namaste,

    First, thank you for being U-activated!  So many potential energies unable to convert into kinetic activities because of our Earthly baggage(s).  Personally, I haven't found the right formula to keep my beautiful curves, which is the major reason I am not vegan/raw now.  In my perfect world, I'd have a great-tasting, non-dairy,wheat & gluten source of protein, juiced exotic veggie/fruit smoothies, yummy raw nuts/raisins, and absolutely no meat- the fountain of youth, literally, running thru my body!  As i'm sure the cognitive wheels of your expertise are spiraling ready solutions, I ask that you also factor in social-economic status, and workout regiment. From my perspective, the price of health food is aggresively over-inflated compared to the affordability of processed and junk foods; add to that a general inaccessibility to the impoverished & disenfranchised, and dysfunctional eating psychologies impregnating entire families (for generations). I prefer high energy, high impact, anaeorobic & weight-lifting training activities.  So, you can see a petite person's dilemma.  Thanks so much for your time and thoughts.  Ms. Tiffany Janine"

    Being raw or vegan does not have to be hard or expensive. The most inexpensive food are rice and beans. If you are budget consciense you should gravitate towards those foods. Stach based foods are super cheap. You should check out the book "eating vegan on 4 dollars a day" or any of Dr. Mcdougal's programs. 

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    Yes, the Full Body Cleanse comes with a dietary regimen prescribing an all-raw foods diet (fruits, vegetables, raw nuts and seeds). This means no meat, dairy, grains, or processed foods.

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    Q: I have spoken to you in the past about my health problems. I mention to you that I have a kidney disease and you recommended your FULL BODY DETOX, in which I went through the process. What do you think about amino acid? Do you think amino acid will harm the kidneys?

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    NATURAL SOURCES OF AMINO ACIDS WILL NOT HARM YOUR BODY.