All protein actually came from plant
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All protein actually came from plant. Only plant has the ability to take nitrogen from the air.
That nitrogen breaks those molecules apart and incorporate that nitrogen into amino acid, and then make protein.
This means any protein you get from an animal is simple recycled plant protein.
Now question comes, what happened to those believers, who does not eat meat as they think, they are not plant based. Now belief in question. Hypocrates should watched, get facts and clarify by science before make up conspiracy theory.
Human brain constantly searching for truth, either we want it or not. as DNA of our body with 30 to 40 trillion cells is controlled by higher being, the Almighty.
You can create double standard in religion. Similar like cow is scarce animal for some religious group, but on the other hand they are the biggest exporter of cow meat on earth.
Same goes to cow meat made up of a plant, but eating plant a live being, deny eating animal meat.
Let’s go back to the bulk part is that human should decide as all proteins are made up of amino acids, although the amount and type of each amino acid varies based on the protein source.
There are around 20 amino acids that the human body uses to build proteins. Our body only product non-essential amino acid. In order us to survive we need essential amino acid. Essential amino acid only can be obtained through our diet.
Balance or right ration of amino acid in oud body is the key to maintain optimal health.
Plant protein sources, such as beans, lentils and nuts are considered to be incomplete, as missing one or more of the essential amino acids that your body needs.
Human consumption and uses of all good chain should be based on facts and science.
Same like we use medicine by the doctor’s recommendation.
True conclusion based on science and facts is that “Animal based (recycled plant) foods are the highest quality protein sources.
Plant sources lack and missing one or more amino acids, which makes it more difficult to get all the amino acids that your body needs.
Animal protein contains vitamin B12, vitamin D, the omega-3 fatty acid DHA, heme-iron and zinc, which is lacking in plant based protein.