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Raw protein sources

#1 Postby Tacitus » Sat Dec 10, 2005 9:42 am

I was wondering what those of you here that adhear to a raw diet use as good sources of protein? If sprouts, do you know where I can find some kind of nutrient fact sheets, so I can monitor my protein amounts? Thanks

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#2 Postby Odidnetne » Sun Dec 11, 2005 5:55 pm

I eat lots of raw peanuts, raw broccoli, sunflower seeds and other types of nuts & seeds. A lot of them have nutritional facts, so you can monitor it like that, but look at the protein content of everything you eat, all fruits & vegetables do have (even minimal) protein.

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#3 Postby Kathryn » Mon Dec 19, 2005 10:24 am

Hemp protein powder is raw.

"Thor's Raw Power" is a new protein powder that contains all raw ingredients: brazil nut protein powder, hemp, maca and goji berry. You can get it at www.rawpower.com or www.superfoods.com or www.veganessentials.com .

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#4 Postby Hero » Mon Dec 19, 2005 1:23 pm

Kathryn wrote:Hemp protein powder is raw.

"Thor's Raw Power" is a new protein powder that contains all raw ingredients: brazil nut protein powder, hemp, maca and goji berry. You can get it at www.rawpower.com or www.superfoods.com or www.veganessentials.com .


how many grams of protein per serving? and how many servings in a $30 container?

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#5 Postby Kathryn » Mon Dec 19, 2005 7:36 pm

Hero wrote:how many grams of protein per serving? and how many servings in a $30 container?


The " Raw Power" powder has 16 servings per container, at 11 gm. of protein per serving (not a lot, IMO).

Hemp protein powder (which sells for $15.95 at my local health food store) has 15 servings per container (in the "Manitoba Harvest" brand), and 15 gm. of protein per serving.

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#6 Postby flanders77 » Tue Dec 20, 2005 2:46 am

Just don`t worry about protein. The whole debate is just waste of time. If you eat a great variaty of vegan UNPROCESSED food it is just not possible to get to little protein. When you get informed how the whole "high-quality-protein-debate" started (2 scientist, some rats and egg protein :wink: ) about 100 years or so ago, you will recognise that wasting your time with thinking about it is rather silly... :wink:
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