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Dr. Bobby Price

Plant-Based Pharmacist; Fitness & Nutrition Expert

Natural Protein

Natural Protein. Many people have a love affair with meat that borders addiction and obsession. The very thought of not having meat during one meal, let alone an entire day, sends them into a frenzy as if you were asking them to stop breathing. It has to make you wonder why a simple request creates so much anxiety. At one point in my life, I wouldn’t have responded any differently. Yet, despite the fact that I began my plant-based journey in 2011, and here I am, alive, well, and fit, people still don’t believe you can survive, much less thrive, on a plant-based lifestyle. Somehow, natural protein has become the first and last conversation whenever there is any discussion on the topic of nutrition. Most people embrace the idea that because we are made mostly of muscle, protein is much more significant than any other nutrient. But when did the words ‘meat,’ ‘muscle,’ and ‘protein’ become synonymous? And is animal protein really the best source of natural protein we can have? Let’s address these questions. Natural Protein. 

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Natural Protein. In 1838, the Dutch chemist Gerardus Mulder first discovered the chemical structure of proteins. The word ‘protein’ itself comes from the Greek word protease, meaning ‘of prime importance.’ This was a fitting description, considering it was also discovered that the muscles, skin, and organs are primarily made of natural proteins. Proteins are made of varying combinations of twenty amino acids, of which eight are called ‘essential’ because they must come from the food you eat (nine for children). The other twelve can be made by your body. These twenty amino acids are combined in several thousand chemical permutations that alter the functionality of the protein. Some of these functions include: enzymes essential for biochemical reactions like digestion, contractile proteins responsible for movement, antibodies that defend the body against foreign invaders, hormones like insulin that regulate glucose (sugar) metabolism, structural proteins like collagen and elastin in tendons and ligaments, and proteins that transport hemoglobin which carries oxygen through the blood. Natural Protein. 

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Natural Protein. No one can dispute the supreme importance of protein in all life. However, the belief that because our muscles are made of proteins, we’re required to eat massive amounts of animal protein to maintain and build muscle, is a total myth. Prior to the industrialization of our food supply, meat was crowned king because there was a time when only the rich, wealthy, and royalty could afford it. During these times, obesity and opulence were viewed as symbols of wealth and health. Even in America, up until the 1950s, the vast majority of Americans ate meat only on occasions like Sunday dinners and birthdays because it wasn’t affordable and wasn’t yet so deeply ingrained in our cultural tradition. Protein is without a doubt the most highly complex of all nutritional sources. There is a much higher energy requirement for digestive elimination of protein than any other macronutrients. Fruits can be easily processed in 20 minutes on an empty stomach, most vegetables, in 60 minutes, and whole grains and legumes can take up to two hours. Animal natural protein, however, takes a minimum of five hours to be processed. But this is only if it’s a suitable portion size on an empty stomach, not when in combination with other foods. Natural Protein. 

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Natural Protein. When meat is eaten with other complex macronutrients, the digestive time in the stomach will significantly increase due to the stomach attempting to metabolize proteins, fats, and carbohydrates simultaneously with both acidic and alkaline digestive juices, which will essentially neutralize themselves. This undigested food will then be passed on into the small intestines unfit for assimilation and utilization, and as a result will begin to rot and ferment, releasing methane gas and other toxins into the body, and creating disease instead of providing the intended nourishment for health. Because of this improper combining of food, most Western societies are constipated, overfed, and malnourished. As a case in point, the first recommendation by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for natural protein requirements was a whopping 125 grams per day, while today that requirement has been reduced to about 55 grams per day. Allow me to explain why even this reduced requirement is overstated. The cells in our body are in a constant state of synthesis and breakdown of the body’s proteins. Natural Protein. 

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Natural Protein. The proteins that are broken down are reduced back to their building block component amino acids and returned to circulation. Some of these amino acids are used to synthesize new proteins, some are used for energy, and others are eliminated. This continuous recycling of proteins in the body is referred to as protein turnover. Roughly 70%, or 200 grams, of the 300 grams of natural protein synthesized in the body daily is recycled. This is why our true biological requirement for dietary protein is so little. In addition, the human body only loses twenty-three grams of protein daily via perspiration, urination, hair loss, defecation, and skin shedding. This is not even equivalent to one ounce, yet it’s common dinner etiquette to eat a nine-ounce steak and call it protein replacement. The claims of danger related to low dietary protein are so farfetched that I can only think of two related medical conditions that exist, marasmus and kwashiorkor, and these conditions are virtually non-existent in Western societies. And no studies have ever confirmed either vegetarians or vegans contracting these conditions. What is of massive importance is that proteins are assembled in the body from amino acids, not from complete proteins. Natural Protein. 

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Natural Protein. All dietary protein must be digested and then broken down into its amino acid blocks for utilization. Animal protein is dead, denatured by cooking, and in the form of a complete protein, not an amino acid. When we eat animal natural protein, our body has to break those complete proteins down into amino acids, sift through the remaining by-products to determine what is usable, and then safely eliminate the remaining waste. This is the bottom line: Your body does not use natural protein directly from food. Our bodies make proteins from commonly available amino acids. It does not care where these amino acids come from. The amino acids from a lion’s heart (to use a romantic ‘warrior’ example) are exactly the same amino acids you get from ordinary chickpeas. To your body, they’re all equally good raw materials. The thing to remember is that in many other ways, foods like chickpeas don’t create the toxic by-products that animal protein does. The artificial synthesizing of products like creatinine and its protein peers for bodybuilding and high protein fad diets are not only misaligned with nature but detrimental to health. Natural Protein. 

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Natural Protein. Let me assure you there are no shortcuts to massive muscle gains and weight loss that are not without risks. However, you can rest assured there are natural protein options to both that are long-term in nature and can provide the same results minus the risk. Also on the list of non-meat eating notables from history are Leonardo da Vinci, Benjamin Franklin, Mark Twain, Albert Einstein, and Steve Jobs. Not a bad list to be on. Most of the current and past science on protein is not based on what nature demonstrates. Around the world, when we study blue-zone populations who live the longest with the highest quality of health, we find a plant-based lifestyle at the center of their fountain of youth. What we also discover is that heart disease, the number one killer of humans, is virtually non-existent for these populations. Natural Protein. 

 

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