29 Dec '13, 9pm

If you're thinking about becoming a vegetarian, check out the no meat athlete

Thanks for the article. I always believed that our bodies are capable of producing the protein and other basic components of cell structures from the most commonly available and easily obtained sources of food, plants. As far as I know, for a great length of time, human ancestors were vegetarians. Some tribes started hunting and being cannibals, but most of the time human populations grew around river basins where there were ample forests and chance to grow plants. Farming (the plant kind and not the murderous cruel caged-animal kind) was the source of food for a great number of civilizations. Also, the scientific evidence is of humans evolving from primates which are usually (mostly) vegetarian. So, our bodies have inherent physiology to process vegetarian foods to extract what’s essential for our diet. That is unless we overwhelm our bodies with artificial foods and inco...

Full article: http://www.nomeatathlete.com/vegetarian-protein-primer/

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