22 Amino Acids is a Complete Source of Protein
If one chooses meat as a major protein
source, excess urea, uric acid, fatty deposits
and mucus is likely results.
Health & Wellness
In the past, in countries where famine was widespread, one often heard of efforts to “fill the protein gap.” What was commonly considered protein deficiency is simply general malnutrition – a lack of all nutrients. As soon as a sufficient quantity of calories is available in virtually all traditional diets, “protein deficiencies” vanished. Protein deficiency, however, is still possible in those with sufficient calorie intake.
Signs of Protein Deficiency
Body tissues, deteriorate. Leading to hemorrhoids, weak muscles and nails, hair loss, slow healing of wounds, and a general lack of energy and strength.
Mental concentration and emotional stability degenerate. Immune response suffers, leading to allergies and infections.
Harmonize work; rest when weary, and exercise regularly.
Avoid stressful and worrisome situations.
Do one thing at a time, mindfully.
Avoid all intoxicants and refined foods. Especially harmful is refined sugar. Also, avoid excesses of concentrated sweetness and coffee.
Chew food thoroughly. Large amounts of protein-rich foods are not necessarily better; small amounts, taken more often usually have a more beneficial effect.
HIGHEST SOURCES OF PROTEIN
The micro-algae have been a relatively new source of nutrition in the mainstream of industrial civilization during the last thirty years, although they have been used by certain traditional peoples in Latin America, Africa, and elsewhere for millennia. They will become increasingly important throughout the planet if other food supplies dwindle. Already Spirulina cultivation projects are underway in various parts of the world, particularly where there is malnutrition.
Spirulina, chlorella, Danuliella, Borojo (not algae), and wild blue-green (Aphanizomenon flos-aquae) micro-algae are the richest whole-food sources of protein, provitamin A, and chlorophyll. Some forms are thought to contain every nutrient required by the human body, although specific nutrients are present only in minute quantities. Micro-algae vary in nutrient content, depending on the variety and the way they are cultivated. Ordinarily, food primarily either builds the body up or cleanses it. Judging from their protein levels, these micro-algae are building foods, yet they are also good cleansers and purifiers of their chlorophyll content.
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