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    Whey Protein "PIG SLOP"

    Correct me if Im wrong but, At one point in time whey protein was considered pig slop?
    Why all of a sudden in the past 10 years its the greatest thing since sliced bread.
    Sources and Reasons why i think there are better sources, NON DAIRY.
    1.Our bodies were not designed to digest dairy.
    2.Additionally, modern dairy products come from cows that are given a variety of hormones and medications and unnatural foods designed to keep them producing as much milk as possible. These chemicals are then passed to humans through dairy products. In short, dairy is not a healthy foundation to a diet. Dairy should be limited, if not eliminated in a healthy diet.
    3.Organic milk still has 59 bioactives hormones."COWS MILK IS DESIGNED FOR BABY CALVES"
    Whey proteins are noted for causing bloating, a symptom of the body’s difficulty in digesting it. Additionally, many who have taken whey powder protein as a part of body building have noted that the muscles built do not maintain, and disappear quickly if the whey protein is no longer used.
    4.Hemp protein closely resembles the protein of the human body.
    5.Brazil nuts are known as one of the most calorie dense types of vegan foods and they are also 50% protein. Brazil nuts have a high selenium content, which means it is a powerful antioxidant
    6.Chlorella and Spirulina are other forms of plant based proteins that are used by vegetarians and vegans. These are 100% whole foods from the ocean / plant kingdom. This type of protein is 100% assimilated by the body, is full of minerals and chlorophyll, and you will gain the extra benefit of having this assist your body in detoxification of heavy metals.
    7.The ‘new’ protein on the market – is a very silky smooth sprouted brown rice protein. This particular protein uses old world processes of combining the sprouted endosperm and the bran from raw sprouted whole grain brown rice. The unique process creates the first complete hypoallergenic protein which is made up of all 9 essential amino acids and the other non-essential amino acids in a perfectly balanced amino acid profile. This 85% protein is an easy transition from whey. It delivers more protein per scoop (16 grams) than hemp – and is very easy on the digestive system. Unlike other extraction processes their method of extraction uses neither chemicals nor acid hydrolysis. They use only organic enzymes during the process and the process is 100% organic compliant.
    8.Whatever type of plant-based protein is used, it is always best if the processing involved does not heat the ingredients. Avoid ingredients that are never heated over 90 degrees Fahrenheit.

    It is very common for those interested in bodybuilding to make the claim that a plant-based protein simply cannot assist in muscle growth in the same way as an animal derived protein (like whey). However, it is not difficult to observe that herbivore animals like gorillas or horses possess lean, strong muscles. In fact, many bodybuilders who have changed from whey to a plant based protein have noted that the muscle built from plant-based protein is more solid, very dense and much longer lasting.

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    Are protein powders even Paleo? Are they real food? Or isolated versions. Why don't we just eat something.

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    Paleo? No, overly processed. But many people still use the most simple/"clean" versions with minimal additives and flavoring for convenience.

    I could be wrong, but I didn't think plant protein was as bioavailable for most people as dairy-based protein is.
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    Lol! Because hemp and brown rice proteins are totally more paleo than dairy! You seriously think that hemp or rice protein is less processed or more appropriate to the human digestive system? You should perhaps stop reading the vegan propaganda. Your post smells suspiciously like a sales pitch.
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    All i gotta say is gluten free, Non GMO, Hypo-Allergenic, The ultimate superfood-Bio-fermented Raw sprouted whole grain brown rice proein.Complete amino-acid profile for 98.2% assimalilation..... sales pitch? I sell tshirts lol. Im not vegan Im omnivore.Its what we are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DetroitRemedy View Post
    Additionally, many who have taken whey powder protein as a part of body building have noted that the muscles built do not maintain, and disappear quickly if the whey protein is no longer used.
    Maybe it's because they are eating less protein. I would want to know if these body builders maintained the same level of protein intake and workout schedule, and then their muscles became smaller.

    In fact, many bodybuilders who have changed from whey to a plant based protein have noted that the muscle built from plant-based protein is more solid, very dense and much longer lasting.
    Again, are their muscles lasting longer while they are maintaining the same intake level of protein?

    These claims really mean nothing.
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    I mean, personally, I find that I do better on plant-based protein powders, but this post reeks of spam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarek View Post
    I mean, personally, I find that I do better on plant-based protein powders, but this post reeks of spam.
    just because i have an opinion im vegan or spam, lol thanks alot hahha

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    Dont you think we are getting enough protein in our diets. we wonder why everyones PH is all screwed up. crazy high acidic diets..milk meat dairy oh and milk still goes through Pasteurization and Homogenization. Isnt it illegal to sell milk that hasnt been through the process and please just trying to have a friendly debate.

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    Maybe you should try leaf curd. That is plant protein and you can make it yourself, if you dare. I prefer to have a steak, personally, as I don't consider protein powder to be "real food"(TM).
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