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  1. I have now come to the conclusion that the health benefits of a mainly raw vegan diet make it the optimum diet for human beings. The amount of processed crap in the average vegan diet, such as meat analogues, not to mention the consumption of large amounts of soy and refined carbs are detrimental to human health.

     

    Sprouted quinoa and quinoa have excellent amino acid profiles and are highly conducive to training.

     

    Check out powerlifting champion Pat Reeves:

     

    http://www.veganbodybuilding.org/pat.htm#diet

  2. I would heartily recommend making your own almond milk, sweetening it with agave nectar. It is perfect chilled as a drink in it own right, or used on cereal such as muesli.

     

    Just take care to strain it through a fine mesh, to ensure the milk has no almond meal in it.

  3. http://www.nutrisport.co.uk/products/lrg/90PV.jpg

     

     

    This is supposed to be good.

     

     

    And this:

     

     

    http://www.livingiseasy.co.uk/images/OMEGA_NUTRITION_WHEY_FREE_ORGANIC_VEGAN_PUMPKIN_SEED_HIGH_PROTEIN_POWDER_OVER_63_per_cent_PREMIUM_PROTEIN_BY_WEIGHT_CONTAINS_ALL_20_AMINO_ACIDS_Naturally_concentrated_Great_taste_750g_o.jpg

  4. I mainly buy seitan 'mock duck' in cans, as wheat gluten powder is extremely hard to track down in the UK. I did recently obtain 2 big bags of it from an online company but have yet to make any seitan from scratch.

     

    As far as I am aware it is high in protein, but poor quality protein in terms of PDCAAS. Having said that, it shouldn't present a problem if combines with other foods that balance the amino acids. Seitan and quinoa is apparently a great combination, better still if combined with soy or other beans.

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