Top Sources of Plant-Based Protein, Pastured Animal Protein & Seafood

Top Sources of Plant-Based Protein
Sources of Plant Protein – Not Animal or GMO! Bee Pollen & Nutritional Yeast
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Publish date February 15, 2019
Last updated Thu 12 April 2018
By Zawn Villines
Reviewed by Natalie Olsen, RD, LD, ACSM EP-C
Why we drink Raw Milk & eat Eggs (non-GMO) & Pastured Animal Protein –
Servings per day…
5 Barley Loaves & 2 Fishes (EACH DAY)…
He (some say God) … Fed the Multitudes
Daily Bread – Non-GMO cereal, oats, quinoa, farro, buckwheat
& 2 servings of Omega 3 fish or Avocado…

Why we drink Raw Milk & eat Eggs (non-GMO) & Pastured Animal Protein – INDUSTRIAL FARMED FOODS –

Best foods Protein supplements Plant vs. animal protein Benefits and risks Summary
More and more people are interested in following vegetarian or vegan diets or reducing their use of Industrial Farmed animal products. A shift away from animal products is getting easier with more nutritious​ ‘plant protein’-based foods available.
A person may try a vegan diet for health, animal welfare, or religious reasons. In 2016, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics stated that a vegetarian or vegan diet could provide all the nutritional requirements of adults, children, and those who were pregnant or breastfeeding.
Even so, getting enough protein (Plant & Seafood) and essential Macronutrients, Micronutrients Phytochemicals vitamins and minerals can be harder for people who do not eat meat or animal products.
A person must plan ahead to ensure they get enough protein, calcium, iron, and vitamin B-12, which people on an omnivorous diet get from animal products…..Planning ahead can be a challenge with all the tempting ‘convenience’ foods available…However taking the easy way, invariably leads to cutting out Omega 3 & other ‘brain food’ that is destabilized for “shelf life”…

Convenience Foods are
‘Roasted’; instead of ‘Soaked’…
(Seed locks are ground up or roasted (Vital Gluten)
& Lectins (bitter in peel to deter predators)…
Allergy-causing INSTEAD of ‘soaking’ & RINSING THEM AWAY & making more minerals available for storage in the bone.

GMO Magnifies the volume of the Lectins & Gluten ‘in proportion’ to the Magnification of the food….Magnifying the disease!
Raw dairy with Beneficial Bacteria – destroyed in Pasteurization.Disease-causing​ – dead storage in the ​brain, joints, etc.…
Read on for a list of some of the best plant-based foods for protein. We also discuss the differences between animal and plant proteinS & whether plant-based protein powders can be good sources of protein.

But sound science has emerged to demonstrate that eating pastured​ meat​
Non-GMO RAW milk and eggs from pastured animals…
WILL PROVIDE THE body with more health-enhancing, disease-fighting​ materials THAN the Industrial-grade CAFO-raised protein..​.May 29, 2010

A new scientific review, a compendium of grass-fed beef benefits just published in Nutrition Journal, concludes that​ “Research spanning three decades suggests that grass-only diets can significantly alter the fatty acid composition and improve the overall antioxidant content of beef.”

This INDUSTRIAL ‘altered’ fatty acid composition REMOVED (“bad fats”) of Pastured-fed beef with the “good fats” found in Pastured-fed protein.
In fact, more and more research is showing that cattle, pigs & poultry raised on their natural​ pasture and grass-based diets yield meat that is lower in total fat and calories & food that is higher in good fats like Omega 3’s,
more concentrated with antioxidants such as vitamins E, C & beta-carotene
& with increased levels of other disease-fighting substances.

A good place to keep up with all the Pasture-fed research is at the Eat Wild website run by Jo Robinson, an investigative journalist and New York Times best-selling writer.

The Nutritional Superiority of Pasture Raised Animals | HuffPost Life
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/the-nutritional-superiori_n_517707

Plant-based Proteins
The right plant-based foods can be excellent sources of protein and other nutrients, often with fewer calories than animal products.
Some plant products, such as soybean​s and quinoa, are complete proteins, which means that they contain all nine essential amino acids that humans need. Others are missing some of these amino acids, so eating a varied diet is important.
The following healthful, plant-based foods have ​high-protein content per serving:
Avoid – Most Modern American Industrial Farmed ….Tofu, tempeh, soy milk & edamame are GMO-(even if the label say Non-GMO) –
American labels are UNREGULATED & NOT POLICED…
Pass until Labeling laws are better regulated….
ALSO,​ AVOID BUYING…. until GMO is Banned …
Animal & People feed…Alfalfa, Corn -AVOID!!

FIND A BUTCHER CONNECTED TO A WILD OR LOCAL FARM…(PASTURED) MEAT SOURCE…

Dittmer’s have wild game…Pork & Venison…they smoke wild bacon with hickory…
It is delicious & these hogs free range on acorns, roots, lots of Omega 3!
That Industrial stressed to market, fed GMO, their meat cases are dry…far less bacteria growing on the…​.

In addition to Dittmer….See below Boyland’s

http://www.bolyardsmeat.com/
Bolyards Provisions in Maplewood, ​Mo

All pastured animals may ​supplement with GMO feed alfalfa….
have to ask if it is GMO…
Trust but verify…

Heritage Soy products such as tofu, tempeh, and edamame are among the richest sources of protein in a vegan diet…..
UNLESS THEY ARE GMO…

Plant Protein MIA! Where Did All the ‘Flours’ Go? GMO, Over-Milling-Crime of the Century! Symptoms of a Fallen Species!
Dee Hinkle on LinkedIn
Publish date February 13, 2019

Heritage Soy Baby formula​ of the 70’s produced children reading at 4 years of age & Stanford Graduates in 1990s​…

HERITAGE Soy products are among the richest sources of protein in a plant-based diet. The protein content varies with how the soy is prepared:
firm tofu (soybean curds) contains about 10 g of protein per ½ cup
edamame beans (immature soybeans) contain 8.5 g of protein per ½ cup
tempeh contains about 15 g of protein per ½ cup
Tofu takes on the flavor of the dish it is prepared in so that it can be a versatile addition to a meal.
People can try Heritage tofu, as a meat substitute, in a favorite sandwich or soup. Tofu is also a popular meat substitute in some dishes, such as kung pao chicken and sweet and sour chicken.
These Heritage soy products also contain good levels of calcium and iron, which makes them healthful substitutes for MODERN Pasteurized (UNCLEAN) dairy products…
Look for a Framer for Raw Milk & BUTCHER who has a reliable source for -Pastured’ Free Range ANIMALS for a healthier meat source…

2. Lentils
Red or green lentils contain plenty of protein, fiber & key nutrients, including iron and potassium.
Cooked lentils contain 8.84 g of protein per ½ cup.
Lentils are a great source of protein to add to a lunch or dinner routine. They can be added to stews, curries, salads, or rice to give an extra portion of protein.

3. Chickpeas (dry -soaked overnight & dehydrated)
Cooked chickpeas are high in protein, containing around 7.25 g per ½ cup.
Chickpeas can be eaten hot or cold, and are highly versatile with plenty of recipes available online. They can, for example, be added to stews and curries, or spiced with paprika and roasted in the oven.
A person can add hummus, which is made from chickpea paste, to a sandwich for a healthful, protein-rich alternative to butter.

4. Raw & soaked Peanuts
(to remove toxic mold) Not Roasted (Allergy causing )
Peanuts are protein-rich, full of healthful fats, and may improve heart health. They contain around 20.5 g of protein per ½ cup.
Raw Soaked -to remove toxic mold… (Roasting causes allergies) Raw Peanut butter is also rich in protein, with 8 g per tablespoon, making peanut butter sandwiches a healthful complete protein snack.

5. Raw-Soaked​ & dehydrated Almonds, any raw soaked nut or pumpkin-sunflower seeds (raw & soaked)
Roasting causes inflammation & allergies.
Almonds offer 16.5 g of protein per ½ cup. They also provide a good amount of vitamin E, which is great for the skin and eyes.

Healthy Oils: Pastured Lard, Virgin Coconut Oil & Extra Virgin Olive Oil-All other (INDUSTRIAL FARMED)-Bottle Salad Dressings-MEDICARE TICKETS
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Publish date February 12, 2019

6. Spirulina
Spirulina is blue or green algae that contain around 8 g of protein per 2 tablespoons. It is also rich in nutrients, such as iron, B vitamins — although not vitamin B-12 — and manganese.
Spirulina is available online, as a powder or a supplement. It can be added to water, smoothies, or fruit juice. A person can also sprinkle it over salad or snacks to increase their protein content.

7. Quinoa (overnight soak) & can be ground into flour after dehydrating ….Or any of the Non-GMO Ancient Grains (soaked overnight with a medium – Apple cider vinegar kefir, lemon juice, etc.
Protein in commercial flour range from 1 to 4 grams…
1/2 the Protein Value – Dishonest Grain Millers tasing ‘MORE THAT THE PRESCRIBED AMOUNT’ to add to the Bottom Line!
Quinoa is a grain with a high-protein content, and is a complete protein. Cooked quinoa contains 8 g of protein per cup.
This grain is also rich in other nutrients, including magnesium, iron, fiber, and manganese. It is also highly versatile.
Quinoa can fill in for pasta in soups and stews. It can be sprinkled on a salad or eaten as the main course.
(or any Ancient Grain can be soaked – sprouted & Ground into flour – Commercial Over Milled flours are NOT SOAKED & USUALLY HAVE LESS THAN 4 GRAMS OF PLANT PROTEIN…

8. Mycoprotein
Mycoprotein is a fungus-based protein. Mycoprotein products contain around 13 g of protein per ½ cup serving.
Products with mycoprotein are often advertised as meat substitutes and are available in forms such as “chicken” nuggets or cutlets. However, many of these products contain egg white, so people must be sure to check the label. (EGGS MAY ME FED GMO CORN, SOY OR ALFALFA- MAGNIFIES the essential but in Excess cause allergies & weight gain)
A very small number of people are allergic to Fusarium venenatum, the fungus from which the mycoprotein brand known as Quorn is made. People with a history of mushroom allergies or with many food allergies may wish to consider another protein source.

9. Whole soaked Chia seeds (WHOLE – NO GROUND)
Chia and hemp seeds are complete sources of protein that can be used to make Plant protein smoothies (with soaked nuts, seeds & Ancient Grains or , Raw yogurts , etc.
Whole Raw Soaked Seeds (Not ROASTED-INFLAMMATORY) are low-calorie foods that are rich in fiber and heart-healthy Omega-3 fatty acids. Chia seeds are a complete source of protein that contains​ 2 g of protein per tablespoon.
Try adding chia seeds to a smoothie, sprinkling them on top of a plant-based yogurt, or soaking them in water or almond milk to make a pudding.
Chia seeds are available from some supermarkets, health food stores,

10. Hemp seeds
Similarly to Soaked & whole not ground) chia seeds, hemp seeds are a complete protein. Hemp seeds whole not ground) offer 5 g of protein per tablespoon. They can be used in a similar way to chia seeds. Hemp seeds can also be bought online.

11. Beans with Italian rice (farro – emmer)
Separately, Italian rice (farro – emmer) rice and beans are incomplete protein sources. Eaten together, this classic meal can provide 7 g of protein per cup.
Try Italian rice (farro – emmer) and beans as a side dish, or mix rice, beans, and hummus together then spread on Ezekiel bread, which is made from sprouted grains, for a savory, protein-packed meal.

12. Potatoes ‘Nightshade​ plant”- Peeled to Remove Lectins in the skin…
A large baked potato offers 8 g of protein per serving. Potatoes are also high in other nutrients, such as potassium and vitamin C.
Add 2 tablespoons of hummus for a flavorful snack that is healthier than butter-covered potatoes and increases the protein content. Two tablespoons of hummus contain about 3 g of protein.

13. Protein-rich vegetables
Many dark-colored, leafy greens and vegetables contain protein. Eaten alone, these foods are not enough to meet daily protein requirements, but a few vegetable snacks can increase protein intake, particularly when combined with other protein-rich foods.
a single, medium stalk of broccoli contains about 4 g of protein
kale offers 2 g of protein per cup
5 medium mushrooms offer 3 g of protein
Try a salad made from baby greens with some quinoa sprinkled on top for a protein-rich meal.

14. Seitan
Seitan is a complete protein made from mixing wheat gluten with various spices. The high-wheat content means that it should be avoided by people with celiac or gluten intolerance. For others, it can be a protein-rich healthful meat substitute.
When cooked in soy (Non-GMO) sauce, which is rich in the amino acid lysine, seitan becomes a complete protein source offering 21 g per 1/3 cup.

15. Ezekiel bread (SPROUTED & NOT OVER-MILLED)…REMOVING OVER 50% OF PLANT PROTEIN…
Ezekiel bread is a nutrient-dense alternative to traditional bread. It is made from barley, wheat, lentils, millet, and spelt. Ezekiel bread is an excellent choice for bread lovers who want a more nutritious way to eat toast or sandwiches….
SPROUTED & NOT OVER-MILLED Ezekiel bread offers 4 g of protein per slice. Get even more protein by toasting Ezekiel bread and spreading it with RAW – SOAKED peanut or almond butter.

What about protein supplements?
Some protein powders are plant-based … BUT “ground to a​ Powder” oxidizes the protein & is no longer USEFUL TO THE BRAIN.…
Depending upon the plants used to make the powders,
They ARE NOT LIKELY IN a FORM USEFUL TO THE BRAIN…They become an INFLAMMATORY ‘BODY-ONLY’ EXCESS FOOD…The position of the American Dietetic Association is that while food supplements can help people meet their daily nutrition goals, eating a wide variety of nutrients rich in protein is usually a better strategy for meeting daily goals.

Some protein supplements are GROUND OR MILLED (MORE SURFACE AREA IS EXPOSED TO OXYGEN & ARE NO LONGER USEFUL TO THE BRAIN & may also be high in sugar or sodium to improve the taste, so it is important to read the nutrition labels.

Plant (Not Roasted but Soaked remove seed locks & Lectins) vs. Animal Protein Pastured or FREE RANGE – Not Disease-Causing​ Industrial Farmed
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics recommends a minimum daily protein intake of 0.8 grams (g) of protein per kilogram of body weight, or about 60 g for a person who weighs 165 pounds. People aiming to build muscle, pregnant or nursing women, and older adults may need more protein.
Animal products such as Raw or Pastured only –
NOT – Industrial Farmed (Fed GMO, Stressed to market & Laid to rest in a ‘Wet” meat case only to be destroyed in cooking​) meat,
& Non-GMO fed eggs (not GMO corn​, Soy or Alfalfa
& Raw milk (Heat altering-Pasteurization & Roasting (instead of Soaking & dehydrating) are naturally high in protein, which is an essential nutrient made up of amino acids. This makes it easier for people who consume animal products to meet their daily protein needs.
The human body creates 11 amino acids but must get another nine from food. Animal products are complete proteins, meaning they contain all the amino acids. Some plant products, such as soya beans and quinoa, are also complete proteins while others are incomplete proteins.
A person following a vegan or vegetarian diet should eat a varied diet of plant-based foods to get the required range of amino acids. This includes high-protein foods, such as NON-GMO tofu, NON-GMO tempeh, lentils, nuts, seeds, and quinoa.
OR
Finding Wild & Pastured Meat to SEASON PLANT PROTEIN without the​ danger of GMO & Heat Altered & Over Milling …
The U.S and increasingly the world​​, is in the grip of a real epidemic –Google: ‘Pasture Raised Meat Near Me’

We Shouldn’t Have to Wonder if Our Food is SAFE…
** Or a Local butcher (with ‘DRY’ meat case!
Unlike the Industrial Farmed ‘Wet’ meat cases growing bacteria, only to be ‘destroyed in cooking’ to be disposed of by the body in ‘curious’ storage places (skin, lungs, joints, brain (memory disease)

** Find a farm or ranch near you on our Eatwild Missouri map. 
** or Visit our Missouri Beyond the Farm page for a list of local markets, stores, restaurants & buying clubs that sell Free Range – ‘Pastured’ products.
http://www.eatwild.com/products/missouri.html
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It is the most comprehensive source for grass-fed PASTURED meat & RAW dairy products in the United States and Canada.
Products include: Beef, Pork, Lamb, Veal, Goat, Elk, Venison, Yak, Chickens, Ducks, Rabbits, Turkeys, Eggs, RAW Milk, RAW Cheeses, Wild-Caught Salmon and more!
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REASONS TO ‘AVOID’ CONVENTIONAL “INDUSTRIAL FARMED” MEAT:
‘PASTURED’ FARM ANIMALS…
NOT ‘INDUSTRIAL’ STRESSED TO MARKET,
FED GMO ALFALFA , SOY, CORN
& INCUBATING ‘BACTERIA’ IN MEAT CASES (NOT DRY) … 
ONLY TO BE DESTROYED in COOKING
& CAUSE DISEASE – BECAUSE THEM MUST BE STORED IN BODY IN ‘CURIOUS STORAGE’ PLACES…

Choose PASTURED SOURCES states by name…
The U.S. ranks as the MOST OBESE country in the world. In the average country tracked by the OECD, about one-fifth of the population is obese.
United States (the ‘LAST STRONGHOLD’ in the World … NOT to ‘BAN’ GMO)
From 1976 to 1980, just under 1 in 7 American adults, or 15.1 percent, were OBESE

Benefits and risks of a vegetarian or vegan diet

In the average country tracked by the OECD, about one-fifth of the population is obese.

United States (the ‘LAST STRONGHOLD’ in the World … NOT to ‘BAN’ GMO) From 1976 to 1980, just under 1 in 7 American adults (many Vegans are obese due to consumption of GMO alterations of natural grains & vegetables (not peeled) , or 15.1 percent, were OBESE) Benefits and risks of a vegetarian or vegan diet A meat-free diet can lower the risk of heart disease, some cancers, and type 2 diabetes.

A diet free of INDUSTRIAL FARMED animal products requires planning and research to ensure a person’s nutritional needs are met.

For some, this is a benefit, as it encourages them to think about their diet and understand the nutritional content of the foods they eat. For others, it can prove challenging and lead to nutritional deficits.
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetic notes that a vegetarian or vegan (FREE OF HEAT ALTERED, PASTUREIZED & ROASTED NUTS & SEEDS & GRAINS – OVER-MILLED & NOT SOAKED) diet can lower the risk of some diseases, such as certain forms of heart disease and cancer, and may promote weight loss.
A study from 2014 looked at the nutritional intakes of 1,475 people and found that people with a vegan diet consumed less saturated fat and less dietary cholesterol than those on omnivorous (NOT GMO OR INDUSTRIAL FARMED) diets.
But they also had the lowest protein, calcium, and energy intake scores. Vitamin B-12 levels were normal, possibly because people used fortified foods. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics stated in 2016 that people on vegetarian or vegan (OR A NON-INDUSTRIAL FARMED) diets are at a lower risk of various illnesses, including: ischemic heart disease certain cancers type 2 diabetes hypertension obesity A study from 2017 looking at over 70,000 women found that those with a diet higher in healthful plant-based foods had a lower risk of coronary heart disease.
A vegan diet tends to be low calorie, making it easier for vegans to manage their weight (UNLESS THEY DO NOT PEEL ALL VEGETABLES, ESP GMO OR USE OVER-MILLED & NOT SOAKED GRAINS).
Because many processed foods are not vegan, a vegan diet may preclude many unhealthful, high-sodium prepackaged foods.
Another 2017 study found that a vegan whole foods diet could significantly reduce inflammation in people with coronary artery disease. This suggests that a vegan diet may improve heart health.

Summary Going vegan or vegetarian requires some planning.

With the right protein-based plant (ANCIENT GRAINS & SEAFOOD food), however, people who avoid animal products can eat balanced diets that support a healthy body and reduce the risks of some diseases.

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Summary
Going vegan or vegetarian requires some planning. With the right protein-based plant food, however, people who avoid animal products can eat balanced diets that support a healthy body and reduce the risks of some diseases.
It is important to discuss dietary portions with a doctor or nutritionist, since vegan or vegetarian diets may lack some vital nutrients, necessitating the use of dietary supplements or learning how to include certain foods that are high in these nutrients.
Some of the plant-based proteins listed in this article are available for purchase online.​​

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