The answer is NO! Plants have all of the protein you need without the killing of animals.

Every Plant has all 200,000 identifiable proteins, including grass, this is why cows, horses and other vegetarian animals are so strong and big.

Oh yeah I hear you say…”but they’re built different to us!” Well, what about Gorillas? They have the exact same anatomical structure as human beings, they’re stronger pound for pound than any other animal, and yet all they eat is fruit and leaves! Amazing Huh.

In order to make the protein your body needs, it must obtain the protein building blocks, the amino acids, from the proteins in food.

Vegetables and grains are full of protein’s, as are nuts, legumes, eggs, and raw organic dairy, fermented dairy, cheese, yogurt, keifer and etc.

Green vegetables are all rich in protein, and relatively low in calories. They provide generous amounts of most micronutrients with no cholesterol and virtually no fat.

Approximately 51% of the calories from spinach are protein, beans (27%), lentils (36%), chickpeas (33%), peas (30%), and kale (22%) provide the greatest opportunity to acquire protein

 

  Broccoli, frozen,
chopped boiled
  Kale,
cooked
Beef short Loin,
Porterhouse Steak,
separable lean & fat,
1/4” fat, broiled
Calories 100   100 100  
Weight (g) 357 (12.6oz)   358 (12.6oz) 30 (1.0oz)  
Protein (g) 11.1   6.8 6.5  
Fat (g) 0.4   1.4 7.7  
Carbohydrate (g) 19.2   20.2 0  
Fiber 10.8   7.2 0  
Cholesterol 0   0 21.6  
Calcium (mg) 118   258 2.4  
Iron (mg) 2.2   3.2 0.8  
Magnesium (mg) 46   64.4 6.0  
Potassium (mg) 507   816.2 76.5  
Vitamin C (mg) 143   146.8 0  
Thiamin (mg) 0.2   0.2 0  
Riboflavin (mg) 0.3   0.3 0  
Niacin (mg) 1.6   1.8 1.2  
Vitamin B6 (mg) 0.5   0.5 0.1  
Folate (mcg) 200   46.5 2.1  
Vitamin A (IU) 3609   48763 0  
Vitamin K (mcg) 315   2924 0  

Source: Data was obtained from Nutritionist Pro Nutritional Analysis Software, Version 4.7, Axxya Systems , Stafford TX, 2012.

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