Why Plant Protein is Better

Written by Sheri Goodman Graham

On September 19, 2022
Why Plant Protein is Better
This is the NUMBER ONE question I get asked: how can I get enough protein on a plant-based diet?

Research has shown that all plants contain protein and at least 14% of the total calories of every plant are protein.

Broccoli contains more protein per calorie than steak and, per calorie, spinach is about equal to chicken and fish.

Where do you think animals get their protein from? Plants!

Not only do plants contain protein, they are packaged along with health-promoting phytonutrients and fiber which you cannot find in animal foods.

Plus, opting for plants enables you to bypass many of the disease-promoting components associated with the consumption of animal products, such as:

👎🏻Saturated fat
👎🏻Heme iron
👎🏻Neu5Gc
👎🏻Stimulation of insulin-like growth factor-1
👎🏻Antibiotics
👎🏻Carnitine
👎🏻Chemical contaminants formed from high temperature cooking of animal products, such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, heterocyclic amines, and advanced glycation end products.

…and so many more less-than-optimal elements.

Take it from me – plants are better source of protein.

Want to learn more about how to transition into plant-based eating?

Send me an email or click the button below to schedule a complimentary call!

With love,
Sheri ❤️

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2 Comments

  1. Kevin Wayne

    Do you work with clients wanting to reduce their high blood pressure naturally?

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    • Sheri Goodman Graham

      Thank you for your message. I will reach out to you directly.

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