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    actually just getting a lot of colour on your plate consistently will give you lots of protein.

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    What about nutritional yeast? I thought I read somewhere that it has 9 grams of protein per tbsp.

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    nuts, seeds, beans, sprouts, soaked brown rice(cooks as fast as white rice), whole wheat, hemp, raw greens... plus you don't even need as much protein as you think... any excess protein is converted to carbs via the kidneys.

    Also, I wouldn't buy into the inflammation hype. I'm more than positive that processed foods, diets lacking living enzymes, and lack of movement are the major proponents for inflammation, opposed to something that has supposedly gone undetected by humans prior to the existence of civilization; such as wheat, quinoa, beans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbloodyfeetx View Post
    Also, I wouldn't buy into the inflammation hype. I'm more than positive that processed foods, diets lacking living enzymes, and lack of movement are the major proponents for inflammation, opposed to something that has supposedly gone undetected by humans prior to the existence of civilization; such as wheat, quinoa, beans.
    Isn't most wheat these days processed or GMO? At least in the US I believe it is.
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