There is a myth that vegans don’t get enough protein. It’s not hard at all for a vegan to get the amount of protein needed. Society believes that you must eat meat and animal products to get protein. It’s simply not true! Here’s a question for you to ponder. How do cows grow so big from eating grass?
What is protein?
Protein does not equal meat.
Protein is a nutrient. It’s a nutrient just like water, oils, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Together, they make up the six basic nutrients that your body needs to function at its best. So get it out of your mind right now that protein equals meat. It doesn’t. (By Any Greens Necessary, page 14)
What protein does
Protein is an important nutrient that grows blood cells, bones, hair, skin, nails, hormones, muscles, enzymes and other parts of our bodies.
Find out how much protein you need.
Here’s a video of a YouTuber showing you where vegans get their protein. As you see in this video, vegans don’t have a hard time getting protein in their diet.
Recommended reading By Any Greens Necessary.
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