The Big Protein Question when your Vegan



I found this lovely post on Young and Raw about getting enough protein on a Vegan diet.

I love this information

Ground beef is is around 24% protein, chicken breast is roughly 35% protein and pork is somewhere around 27% (depends on the cut and diet of the animal). The rest of the percentages in these foods is by and large saturated fat, which has been well established to be hazardous to your health when it comes from animal sources.
Broccoli is 45% protein, Spirulina is 68% protein, Spinach is 30% protein. The rest of the percentages in these foods is vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients that fight dis-ease, cancers and promote longevity.

Please check out the website its a great source of information.

We need to raise awareness! Too many people do not understand that vegetables are a source of protein and carbohydrates.

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An advocate of healing from within, Stella’s approach focuses on nourishing the whole person by clearing emotional & nutritional imbalance using Ying Yang techniques as the key to transformation and health. As a qualified nutritional therapist, tutor and 4th generation Tai Chi Chuan practitioner, with a history of childhood illness. Stella’s journey to health has been turbulent and full of discovery. Through trial and error, she has developed a system that brings balance to mind, body and spirit. Stella is a vegan and raw foods enthusiast and has a deep passion for creating delicious raw chocolates. Discover Stella's diverse knowledge and experience with a unified clarity into the art of nutritional, lifestyle, and whole­life balance.

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