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Protein: The Most Misunderstood Nutrient

Proteins are large biological molecules consisting of one or more long chains of amino acids. Proteins were first described by the Dutch chemist Gerardus Johannes Mulder and named by the Swedish chemist Jöns Jacob Berzelius in 1838. Today, protein is used as an excuse why someone shouldn’t become a vegan or vegetarian. Lack of is protein is “the reason people become anemic” when they don’t eat enough animal protein, meat, fish, eggs and/orProtein Chain dairy, which is partially true. See my video on this. Protein is only one of numerous nutrients required by the body for our health. It certainly is not the most important nutrients when you stop to consider how critical oxygen is for example. I believe the most important nutrient is Chlorophyll, in my opinion, for a number of reasons. Continue reading

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The Whole Food Raw Diet (How to Begin Moving Toward a Raw Food Diet)

By Dr. Bob McCauley Taste Rules The Importance of Fat In the Diet What is wrong with other Diets? How To Begin a Raw Food Diet Dr. Bob’s Food Pyramid There is no need to diet. In fact, the few … Continue reading

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Raw Foods and the Biggest Myth Ever

The biggest myth that has been perpetuated through the centuries and remains well established to this day is that a diet comprised mostly of cooked foods is healthy. As a species we have only eaten cooked foods for a very … Continue reading

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Replace Traditional Protein Sources with Spirulina and Chlorella

In general, cooked-food vegetarians don’t get enough protein in their diet, which is a major problem that can lead to fatigue and many other health problems. Often people will simply remove meat , fish, eggs and dairy from their diet … Continue reading

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